The Porsche 911 Carrera is the second of many “art cars” that will come forward, thanks to a Canadian museum. The details are online at Bring A Trailer. The point of the vehicle was to draw attention to the beautiful illustrations by Canadian painter Jean-Pierre Lafrance. He put paint on the car with the help of Yves Thibeault, a specialist. Thibeault incorporates airbrush techniques as well as finger-painting and other such methods. The 911 also likes to use a 3.2-liter flat-six as well as a five-speed manual transmission. The bidding itself sits at $57,000 with only four days remaining. Plenty of new cars have white, black or silver coats for paint jobs.
However, the Porsche 911 Carrera is actually beneficial in using a more integral style.
To see this 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera coupe, the art car itself is listed for sale on Bring a Trailer for a helluva paint job. The Porsche itself comes in a line of 911s custom in paint jobs for the Art Cars Project, showcasing several artists decorating the iconic style of the German Sports Car as a collaboration with the Museum National Of Beaux-Arts, Quebec, in Canada.
The vehicle is officially titled “Masterpiece II.” Such an abstract look comes from allowing for the essence of the Porsche to bleed into the work. Really just marinate and proclaim that this 1989 Porsche 911, with 217 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque is just about the most chic vehicle around. Additionally, there’s a five-speed manual transmission that possesses 205/55 and 225/50 Dunlop Sp Sport 5000 tires. Each around the sixteen-inch Fuchs wheels, in the front and back respectively.
In addition, the interior comes with Mahoghany leather upholstery and takes into consideration power-front seats, air-conditioning, cruise control, power windows and a Blaupunkt cassette stereo system. And a nifty but wide sunroof to boot. The vehicle is likely to rise in price as the odomoter only shows around 114,00 miles.