One of the rarest Porsches ever is the 993 series Speedster — only two genuine units were built. This is a problem, as the 993 is considered by many to be the pinnacle of the 911, the last of the air-cooled flat-sixes. Gunther Werks specializes in the 993, continuing to develop the engine and chassis and extracting modern super car levels of performance from the platform. Gunther Werks next project is a natural evolution of their work: A 993-based Speedster. Blending elements from the RS racing-spec 911s, the 933 Speedster sits low and wide with aggressive wheel flares to cover Fuchs-style forged wheels. Under the rear bonnet is a 4-liter, air-cooled flat-six, and the interior is constructed from weather-proof materials — a detachable roof can be deleted during the build process. Carbon fiber body panels and modern electronics round out the package. Only 25 units will be built, starting in early 2022.