The Porsche Carrera GT marked Porsche's first supercar designed specifically for the street. A mid-mounted V10 taken from Porsche's stalled F1 engine program made 603 horsepower, and the body and chassis were made from carbon fiber, making the Carrera GT a technological tour de force that still puts up impressive numbers in today's supercar world. Every car regardless of pedigree needs a restoration at some point, and the owner of this 2003 Carrera GT decided it was time for a refresh — and there's no better Porsche expert than Porsche themselves. The car was completely disassembled and the carbon fiber body and chassis were stripped and recoated to eliminated the yellowing of the clearcoat. The magnesium wheels were plated in silver, as polishing would weaken the alloy, and coated to prevent tarnishing. Oak Green paint was chosen for the exterior, a color Porsche hadn't offered since the 70s, making this rare Porsche an even more unique car.