Dr. Erik Brandenburg, a rallye and Porsche 911 enthusiast entered the 2007 Transsyberia Rallye with a 911 Safari he´d build himself over the time of 2 years. Not only he entered the rally, but at one point he headed ahead of the factory-prepared Cayenne. At the end of the automobile marathon he finished in ninth position and decided after the race to make three more copies identical to the one he used on the rally.
One of them is for sale today. So, it’s the Porsche 911 from 1976, adapted to all kinds of rally challenges. Under the hood there is an engine from a later model, a 3.2-liter power unit with 230 horsepower and shorter gears. Off-road tires are placed on 16-inch wheels.
The suspension is adapted to the challenges of the rally, and this car can fly up to twenty meters, while landing does not have major consequences for the integrity of the vehicle. Below, the car is protected by a stainless steel plate.
This car has 144,000 km on its odometer and is currently located in Belgium. The owner sells it, and it can be yours for €130,000 ($148,400).