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Cars

April 28th, 2016

Porsche owners bond with their Porsche’s have been known to go to the extremes of pampering their beloved possession, as they take precious care of their cars. Thus owning a Porsche it seems, is a thing of some intricate and sophisticated type that needs you to be a bit more of a lover than you usually could be. However, we are certain that this sort of Porsche owner’s way of life hasn’t reached a Swedish owners door yet, for he has got his, brand new £130,000 top spec Porsche 911 GT3 RS made it look like it’s had a nasty altercation with the god of rust itself.

Faded Martini Livery Porsche 911 GT3 RS Front Three Quarter

And just when we had started thinking that we have seen it all from the world of Porsche 911 GT3 RS customisation, our eyes got treated with this stunning example of a car wrap up in these pictures. The Porsche in the these photos has taken the whole customised livery thing to a new level together by recreating the iconic Martini Livery that the racing Porsche’s in the 70’s used to race with and then converting the original livery into a distressed or a disintegrating look to create this stunning Faded Martini Livery Porsche 911 GT3 RS.

Faded Martini Livery Porsche 911 GT3 RS Rear Three Quarter

This Faded Martini Livery Porsche 911 GT3 RS can truly be considered to be a global affair since the basic design for the customised livery came from a Florida-based graphic design firm known as Skepple, the Vinyl used for the wrap up came from France and the wrapping up was carried out by a Swedish company called as WrapZone. It is interesting to note that, WrapZone is known for created such faded or deteriorating look sort of vehicle livery, however, this faded Martini livery Porsche GT3 RS is their best work by a fair margin.

Faded Martini Livery Porsche 911 GT3 RS Cracked Bumper

 

The base car was a white Porsche 911 GT3 RS which was converted to this distressed looking Faded Martini Livery Porsche 911 GT3 RS, by a design that mimicked a cracked front bumper, scorch marks along with the Rusting and fading Martini Logo and the attention to detail in this distressed livery is eye-popping spectacular. Efforts like these tell us just how passionate and deeply captivating this world of car customization can be, and it is an art form in itself.

Faded Martini Livery Porsche 911 GT3 RS making process

While this is just a wrap-up job, an immensely incredible one at that, the visual changes are still reversible if the owner of the car due to some unknown reasons decides to change this epic livery, however, it makes us think, out of the 2,000 GT3 RS units Porsche is producing each year how many of them will keep their stock factory look?

Faded Martini Livery Porsche 911 GT3 RS is Godly

As we dwell upon the answer of that question, do let us know what you think of this Faded Martini Livery Porsche 911 GT3 RS in comments below.

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