When Porsche released the 911 Turbo-based 935 in 1976, it was unlike any 911 the company had offered. Designed for the FIA's Group 5 racing class, the 935 was the most extreme version of the 911 Porsche had come up with, and it showed on the track *212; culminating with a Le Mans win in 1979. This 1976 911 Turbo was purchased new and immediately delivered to Kremer Racing for their 935K package. Fiberglass bodywork similar to the 935 factory race cars was added, along with power-adjustable bucket seats, engine modifications, and a quad-tipped exhaust system. The car has all its original Kremer mods along with service records and a recent service refresh that included pulling the engine. With its color, custom bodywork, and history, this is one of the most unique 911s available.