This 1985 Porsche 911 Carrera coupe is a backdated RSR tribute that has been extensively modified since it was acquired by the current owner out of Sacramento, California in 2012. Exterior work included a longhood conversion and a repaint in Viper Green, along with the installation of steel fender flares and fiberglass RSR-style bumpers. The 3.2-liter flat-six was reportedly resealed and features MSD ignition, a Steve Wong chip, SSI heat exchangers, and an M&K stainless steel exhaust. Shifting is through a 915 transaxle, and additional modifications include staggered Braid wheels, Bilstein shocks, Elephant Racing bushings, ST seats with tartan inserts, and more as outlined below. Approximately 4k miles have been added since completion of the build, and this backdated 911 is now being offered for sale in California on behalf of the current owner with partial service records, build photos, and a clean Maryland title.