Porsche debuted the first 911 Turbo in 1975, and since then, the three words *212; "Porsche", "911", and "Turbo" — have become inseparable. This 1975 Porsche 911 is not one of those original turbocharged cars — this is a tribute that's in a whole other league, something more on par with the legendary 935 race car that dominated endurance racing in the mid-'70s and early '80s. Starting life as a 1975 911S, the car was modified by Patrick motorsports with RSR-style steel fenders and older "long hood", along with 934/935-style mirrors and round taillights. A ducktail spoiler was handmade for the engine cover, and the entire car is covered in a one-off color created by a famous designer. A 964-era 3.6-liter flat-six has been increased to 3.8-liters with twin turbochargers, making over 550 horsepower at the wheels with more available. A real one-off that would make even the vaunted Singer 911s blush, the is a Porsche tribute that you won't find anywhere else.