In 1988, Dr. Friedrick Christian Flick ordered a highly-customized version of Porsche's top model — the 959 — through the Special Wishes. Only 284 959s were made, and about 20-25 were had the exclusive customization Porsche's Special Wishes could provide. Dr. Flick ordered his 959 in black, one of only three to come from the factory in that color, with black wheels and a caramel leather interior. Dr. Flick also specified all three interior options and a special steering wheel. All interior surfaces were cover in leather, from the air vents to window switches, along with black carpeting. The car was serviced at the Porsche factory during Flick's ownership, before being sold and coming to the US. Now converted to better-performing 959 S specs, the car includes all of its "Komfort" parts. Perfectly maintained and with just 26,000 miles, this is one of the rarest 959s ever made.