1976 934 Turbo RSR
Built to meet Group 4 FIA rules, the Porsche 934 was a race car that closely resembled the street car that it was based upon, the 930. Despite having a large single turbo and being notorious for being a handful to drive, many were campaigned with great success. Only 31 examples were ever built. Weight requirements dictated that some of the regular street car items, such as power windows and carpet, remained. This car was recently imported to the U.S., mechanically restored and upgraded by Canepa to street-driving specifications.