Words by Tim Wong
A couple weeks ago at the Evasive Motorsports dyno day, Matt and I met up with Jordan Adkins and Amir Oz Bentatou. We were all about to head out for some dinner and ended up doing a quick shoot of Amir’s Porsche 911S. I didn’t really get in to talking too much with Amir about his car so this isn’t much of a full fledged car feature as this car has already been featured on sites like Stanceworks, but it was nice to see it up close.
I have seen Amir and his Porsche at the tracks on multiple occasions until I finally officially met him recently. This car was clearly built with track use in mind if not all he had in mind. With a mentality like that, it certain shows in the build. 911 is the perfect choice for this as it has been one of the most successful performance vehicles in history.
The interior has a very performance based design to it with the Key!s racing wheel and Stack gauge cluster not to forget the Bride Low Max racing seat and roll cage.
The wideness of a 911 never fails to impress and Rennspeed RSR flares really exaggerate the curves nicely. It’s also hard not to notice the Martini Racing livery on the rear deck lid which I’m guessing came from another 911 which isn’t surprisingly with a mix and match build like this.
This car has a very appealing flair to it with the style and mentality toward building it. I will be sure to catch up on this build in the future to see the progress then.
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