Whether it’s a base Carrera or a GT2, the 911 is by definition an exciting sports car, but leave it to Porsche and its customers to always find new ways to spruce up the iconic rear-engined machine. Case in point, this new GT3 wears a special livery harkening all the way back to 1985 when a private 956 triumphed at the grueling Le Mans 24-hour endurance race.
We’ve seen retro-flavored 911s before with visual nods to Porsche race cars, but this one was actually commissioned by Paolo Barilla, the very same Italian race car driver behind the wheel of the 956 some 36 years ago.
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