German tuner McChip-dkr has modified a Porsche 993 GT2. Now, the car is not only restored but it’s also transformed into a street-legal track racer.

The German team stripped the GT2 down to the bone and rebuilt it piece by piece. Therefore, the car has a 3.6-liter engine bi-turbocharged flat-six that has received a new engine block with an output of 604 hp (450 kW) and 847 Nm (625 lb-ft). It features rebuilt K26 turbochargers, an ECU tune, and a custom exhaust system with sport catalysts.

Inside we will find Recaro bucket seats, safety cage, a detachable racing steering wheel, a STACK display equipped with data recording and video system, a race-spec shifter, and panels made from carbon fiber.

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According to McChip, the build took more than 800 hours of work to complete with the cost reaching €200,000 or about US$265,000.

Source: McChip