With track-focused examples from RUF Automobile and Kremer Racing, Atlantis Motor Group is your one-stop-shop for the world’s rarest Porsches.
Responsible for supplying sunny South Florida car collectors with some of the most exclusive, expensive, and powerful supercars and hypercars on the planet, Atlantis Motor Group specializes in selling pre-owned, low-mile, late-model exotic and luxury cars. Its extensive inventory includes examples from world-renowned manufacturers like Ferrari, Lamborghini, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Aston Martin, Porsche, and Mclaren. Beyond sales, Atlantis Motor Group provides a suite of premium services, including secure, climate-controlled storage to preserve the pristine condition of your vehicle and a full-service department dedicated to the meticulous care of your automotive investment.
As part of its ever-growing inventory of collector-grade cars, Atlantis Motor Group prides itself on continuing to stock its showroom with rare aftermarket Porsche motorsport builds. The classic track-inspired examples come courtesy of pioneering Porsche builders such as RUF Automobile and Kremer Racing. Having drawn inspiration from similar Porsche specs that spent much of their lives on the competitive racing circuit, Atlantis Motor Group’s lineup of classic upgraded Porsches stand out as road-legal examples awaiting the chance to put a smile on the face of a lucky new owner. View all of Atlantis Motor Group’s significant Porsche performance cars featured in this special by clicking the link below.
1979 Porsche RUF 930 Turbo
This absolutely stunning 1979 Porsche RUF 930 Turbo is presented in its original color of Petrolblue over Brown. This car was imported into the US in 1982 and was owned by the same owner until 2007. The car comes with 4 inches thick of records including the original importation documents.It was converted to a RUF turbo in 1988 by The authorized RUF dealer Exclusive Motorcars in NJ. The conversion includes RUF Wheels, RUF 3.4 L BTR engine kit, RUF Intercooler, RUF 5 speed Transaxle, RUF Turbo Camshafts, RUF K27 Turbocharger, RUF 4 pipe muffler, RUF 200 MPH Speedometer, RUF Tach, RUF 3.4 Turbo Pistons/Cylinders, RUF Oil Coolers, and RUF Adjustable Boost. This 1979 Porsche RUF 930 Turbo has been well serviced its entire life and was restored in the last few years.
1978 Porsche 930 Kremer
This is a real deal 1978 Porsche 930 Turbo converted by Kremer at their facility in Germany in 1980. With a 3.5L turbocharged engine built by S-Car-Go Racing of San Rafael, CA, the kit includes Twin Plug Heads, Knife Edge Crankshaft, Pauter Rods, 100mm Mahle Pistons, 3.6 Oil Pump, S-Car-Go Intercooler, Proto-Motive Ignition, Web GT2 Evo Camshafts, 930 TransGuards Diff & Close Ratio Gears, S-Car-Go Big Brembo Brake kit, S-Car-Go Roll Cage, and 935 Centerlock hubs with BBS wheels. Dyno’d at over 600HP to the rear wheels, this street-legal track monster is anticipating a happy new home for a lucky collector.
1990 Porsche 964 911 Carrera 2 Race Car
This track-ready 1990 Porsche 964 race car began life as a 911 Carrera 2, using a fresh dual plug 3.6L naturally-aspirated RS America engine with zero operating hours. In addition to engine upgrades like Pauter connecting rods and equal length headers, the 911 race car comes fit with a short gear ratio RS America G 50 5-speed manual transmission with a new clutch and approximately 10 hours on it. Additionally, this Porsche 964 911 Carrera 2 features 18 inch three-piece BBS Wheels with Hoosier slicks, big red brakes, a 100L fuel safe fuel cell, Moton adjustable shocks with reservoirs, new seats and belts, a removable steering wheel, a new windshield, new door seals, and new Lexan side glass with slides. Freshly serviced with Motul fluids, this 1990 Porsche 964 911 Carrera 2 Race Car is ready to make its anticipated track debut once again.