It was the 1970s when Porsche decided to change the headlights from their race cars, creating vehicles with better aerodynamics. From that moment, customers dreamt of driving cars resembling to those seen on racetracks, like Le Mans.
In the 1980s, due to the high demand, a well-known company offered to car enthusiasts conversion kits for Porsche 930s, based on the winning Porsche 935 race car which had a "flat nose". The success of such conversion kits finally prompted Porsche to offer to a few selected clients a “Flachbau” option on the 930 Turbo through a new "Sonderwunsch" program of Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur, an atelier developed at Porsche for special customer requests.
Since then, only 948 of these extraordinary cars have been produced.
The 930 Flachbau was hand built, and equipped with a performance kit called WLS in Europe, which increased the power to 330 hp. A few clients were allowed to heavily customize the interiors of their Flachbau as well, such as chassis #791 exhibited at THE AUTOMOTIVE GALLERY by LARUSMIANI. This car is nicknamed “935 junior” in honor of the car made for Mansour Ojjeh that inspired the entire Flachbau project.
The 100% cotton white t-shirt with a print designed by LARUSMIANI's creative division is included inside an exclusive Larus blue collector's box.