What started out as a relatively simple refurbish quickly became a complete rebuild when this 1984 Porsche 911 entered the Kelly-Moss facilities in Wisconsin. A long-time Porsche collaborator and race team, Kelly-Moss' Director of Operations Andy Kilcoyne purchased the car to flip — but the project quickly took on a life of its own. Over 10 months, nearly every piece of the car was torn down and either rebuilt, replaced, or redesigned. The wheel wells were increased 2.75 inches while keeping the stock radius to fit the larger wheels and tires, and five inches were removed from the inside of the front to keep a tight steering radius. The front and rear bumpers are custom-built, along with a roll cage and roof rack, and a carbon fiber and kevlar roof helps keep the weight down to just over 2,500 pounds. LED lighting and flat black paint keep the car just understated enough to accentuate the offroad mission statement this 911 was built for.