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The Porsche 911 G model, recognized for its exhilarating blend of style and performance, spans the years 1974 to 1989. Particularly in the 1984 model year, the 911 transitioned from the SC to the Carrera, boasting a robust 3.2-liter engine that initially delivered an impressive 231 horsepower. This transition was marked by the introduction of Bosch's fully electronic Motronic engine management system, elevating the vehicle’s technical prowess.

A significant aspect when sourcing a base for backdating is the distinction in engine power between European and U.S. models, primarily due to the stricter emission standards enforced in the U.S. at the time. This led to the inclusion of a catalytic converter in U.S. models, reducing their power output to 207 horsepower initially and later to 217 horsepower. In contrast, European models retained the more powerful 231 horsepower engine, making them particularly valuable and sought-after for backdate projects.

The cost of a backdate conversion for the Porsche 911 G model starts at 199.000 €. This price includes the acquisition of the appropriate base, execution of car reconstruction guidelines, customization and modernization of the interior, as well as engine work and potential power increases. Full payment is required upfront. Our approach ensures meticulous attention to every detail, meeting the expectations of even the most discerning Porsche enthusiasts.

At our facility, we specialize in the meticulous craftsmanship of backdate conversions for the 3.2 Carrera Coupe, Targa, and Cabriolet. Understanding the nuances between different regional models is crucial in our process of locating and acquiring the ideal base vehicles. We manage the intricate search and acquisition, ensuring each base vehicle not only reflects true Porsche heritage but also aligns with the specific performance criteria essential for authentic and revered backdate projects. Let us handle the detailed search and transform your vision into a reality, blending classic aesthetics with modern performance.



Exploring the classic era of the Porsche 911, the models from 1989 to 1993 stand out not just for their near-identical G-model body shapes—minus the bumpers—but for their technical distinction and substantial new parts—about 80% of the vehicle!

This period saw the continuation of the air-cooled six-cylinder boxer engine, which boasted a displacement of 3.6 liters, producing 250 PS in both the Carrera 2 and Carrera 4 versions. For those craving even more power, there were turbo versions available: a 3.3-liter engine delivering a robust 320 PS and a 3.6-liter option pushing out 360 PS.

Most enthusiasts seek these as Coupés, though personally, I have a soft spot for the Targa, and we're also open to crafting the Cabriolet, Coupé & Targa admittedly requires more effort and a detailed search. The cost for a backdate project on a Porsche 964 starts at €249,000. This fee covers finding the right base, detailed car reconstruction, interior modernization and styling, and, if desired, a power boost. Full payment is required upfront, ensuring each project phase is finely tuned to meet even the most demanding Porsche aficionado’s expectations.

In the spirit of "Bad Boys", revamping these classics is not just about restoration; it’s about preparing them for the high-octane adventures to come—just what will you do when we build for you?


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