The team at Kelly-Moss have outdone themselves with their latest build, transforming a classic 1984 Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera into the ultimate safari off-roader.
Dubbed "Willy" by Kelly-Moss Director of Operations, Andy Kilcoyne, this Porsche 911 has been totally stripped and rebuilt from the ground up with a whole host of new features fitted to the old school cool 1980's sports car. The most noticeable addition is the BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 tires, enabling the off-road behemoth to traverse any environment it's thrown in to.
Other improvements made during the 10-month rebuild include a modified stock aluminium front bumper with 9eleven LED headlamps and a 30-inch LED light bar, a carbon/kevlar roof with custom racks and roll cage, reinforced joints and Elephant Racing suspension and a rebuilt 3.4-litre engine dishing out 340 horsepower.
The inside has seen the glovebox removed along with all unnecessary knobs, switches and levers being integrated into the PDM & Keypad, creating a basic yet functional dashboard offset by leather racing seats and black interiors.
The eye-catching Willy has been finished with a matte grey paint job and could be yours for half a million Aussie dollars, as Kelly-Moss has put this brutish beast up for sale.