The Porsche 911's first race was the 1965 Monte Carlo Rally. The next year Porsche was selling an optional rally kit for the 911, and factory rally cars would be made until the early '70s. Add to that the 959 and the famous 964 with Rothman's livery, and the 911 is no stranger to rally racing. The Syberia RS takes this long rally history and brings it into the modern age thanks to a massive rework by German suspension specialist H&R. H&R removed the original mounting points, enlarged the wheel arches, and created an entirely new system based around the new ride height and Hankook all-terrain tires on 16-inch Fuchs wheels. The owner has kept details on the under-hood part of the build under wraps, but exterior touches like a roof rack, rally lights, and a custom center-exit exhaust hint that it goes as good as it looks.