For anyone familiar with historic race cars, the Porsche 935 probably needs little or no introduction to you. The Porsche 935 emerged from the highly successful 1970’s Porsche 911 Turbo. The car certainly made a statement right out of the gate, winning 123 of the 370 races it entered. Some of those historic wins included the 24 Hours of Le Mans 1979, 1,000 km of Nurburgring and at Sebring.
With all the success and praise, the Porsche 935 never actually received a road legal production run from the factory. There was a single car that did eventually receive road legalization, that car was owned by famous entrepreneur Walter Wolf. The car was converted by Kremer Racing with valuable input from Ekkehard Zimmermann. This unique Porsche 935 shared the 2.85 liter twin-turbo, twin spark 6-cylinder boxer engine slightly detuned to deliver 740hp at 8,000 rpm through a 4-speed 930/30-gearbox.
The now road legal Kremer K3 is now offered for sale with just 10,124 km on the odometer. Mechatronik are the sellers who confirm that it comes with the original Vehicle Registration Certificate, the customs papers for Switzerland and EU import docs. It is certainly the most unique Porsche for sale on the market today! Wolf had to go to the trouble of registering the car in Alberta, Canada so whether or not it qualifies for road registration in Europe is another question.