2011 Porsche Cayman S Race Car


This 7,000 mile 2011 Cayman S PDK is one of the most highly developed Porsche 987 race cars we have ever seen. It has nearly every advancement possible while still maintaining eligibility for Porsche Club Racing in the highly competitive GTB1 class. A low mileage car that is extremely fast, this car holds the GTB1 track record at Road America. In addition to expected suspension and body race modifications, upgraded highlights include Carbon Fiber Hood, Doors and Rear Hatch, BILT Racing Quick Fill Fuel System, KW 3-Way Adjustable Shocks, Stop Tech World Challenge Trophy Cup Brake Kit, PMNA Cup Car Control Arms and much more listed below. For detailed information, please contact Geoff Isringhausen or Geoff Isringhausen Jr at 877-364-6093.

Features and Modifications

  • Carbon Fiber Hood, Doors and Rear Hatch
  • Plexiglass Rear Window
  • BILT Racing quick fill fuel system with fueling bottles (new in 2016)
  • KW Three way adjustable shocks new in 2016 - $10,000
  • Rolled front fenders and steering stops to accommodate larger wheels and 275/645/18 tires
  • Electric driven power steering conversion by BILT racing new in 2016
  • Stop Tech World Challenge Trophy Cup Brake Kit new in 2016 ($8000)
  • Custom Radiator inlet ducts with channels for front brake cooling
  • Porsche oversized coolant to oil heat exchangers for both PDK clutches and gears
  • PMNA Cup car control arms new in 2016 ($4,000)
  • 7-Speed Porsche Doppelkupplunk (PDK)


2012 Porsche Cayman R Race Car


This 2012 Cayman R PDK with 1,445 miles is a fresh build racecar that has never been raced or damaged and has original paint. It comes with a clean Illinois title and is a carfax 1-owner car. It has only a few test and sorting hours on the car since the conversion 245 miles ago. The Cayman R is an optimal platform for 987 racecar conversions. This car being equipped with the optional Sport Chrono Package has both Sport and Sport Plus buttons for the fastest shift times and most aggressive throttle response. This car is ready to race in the still growing and competitive GTB1 class in PCA Club Racing. For further details, please contact Geoff Isringhausen or Geoff Isringhausen Jr at 877-364-6093.

2014 Porsche Cayman S


2014 Porsche Cayman S fully developed race car by BILT Racing (2016 PCA Championship-winning shop). This car is as new as they come with only 312 total miles. Never been raced and only track tested two days. Everything is new and ready for 2017 season. One of our great customers, being a true car fanatic, took on the project and has now turned his attention in another direction. Take advantage of this new fresh build without the time investment of commissioning your own project. For more information, please contact Geoff Isringhausen or Geoff Isringhausen Jr at 877-364-6093.

Features and Modifications

  • New Porsche PCCB Calipers (installed 7/24/17)
  • Front and rear 350 mm Girodisc rotors
  • Pagid RS29 brake pads
  • BRS Roll Cage Painted Red
  • International X driver-side door bar
  • Easy entry and escape-side door bar
  • Roll Bar Padding
  • Master Cut off Switch
  • 10 Gauge Master Power Wire
  • FIA Fire Suppression System with Manual Pull
  • Power Auxiliary Fuse Box
  • Carbon Fiber Dash Plate
  • KMP 981/991 PDK Paddle Shift Steering Wheel with quick disconnect kit
  • Momo Daytona EVO Competition Drivers and Passenger Seats mounted on Porsche Factory Sliders
  • Schroth 6 point harness Drivers and Passengers
  • 14 inch convex rear view mirror
  • GT3 Forged Front & Rear Control Arms
  • Tarett Solid Inner & Outer Bushings
  • Front Arm Dive Links
  • TPC Front & Rear Sway Bars
  • Tow Hooks
  • Front Hood and Rear Trunk Latches
  • Wheel Studs
  • Getty 981 3pc Front Splitter FRP
  • CSF-7060 Center Radiator
  • Cayman Gen 3 wing base
  • BRS Carbon Fiber Wing, Finished Gloss with Endplates
  • BRS Wing uprights Painted Red
  • Stock Rear Hatch with Getty 981 GS wing Base FRP
  • Forgeline rims, matte transparent red with Pirelli race tires
  • KW Competition 3-way Race Porsche Cayman S Coilover Set
  • BRS Motorsports Toe Rods
  • COBB Tuning Tuner 981 GT4 Stage 1 17 hp increase
  • Dyno Tested for 100 octane race gas tune by Steve Mason
  • LN Engineering Magnetic Drain Plug with Gasket
  • BRS Race Exhaust with Headers
  • HeaderSheild Thermal Management System
  • Porsche Cayman S PDK gearbox

2006 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup


Here is an amazing 2006 997 GT3 Cup car modified for top performance. The 911 Designs built and installed engine is a work of art. It consists of 104 MM Mahle pistons and cylinders and a custom made stroker crankshaft, titanium valves, RSR heads and camshafts. This is a best of the best -- no expense spared motor. The car has raced three weekends since install of motor as well as a test run by us at Autobahn Country Club. It performed flawlessly. Transmission shifts easily, clutch engages properly as does the autoblipper. Eurosport inspection showed only minor adjustments needed. See work orders and dyno run included with images which reported 467 HP at the wheels! The torque curve is also steeper than a standard engine that delivers awesome pull from low RPM. This car would race in GT1 in PCA and could be a contender for the overall win. All at a much lower costs than the competition. See record from 911 Design and bbi Autosport for engine install and trouble shooting. Note in pictures image of custom work on intake manifold to accommodate RSR heads. Very well done! For more information, contact Geoff Isringhausen or Geoff Isringhausen Jr at 877-364-6093.

Porsche Unveils Updated 911 GT3 Racecar

The star of the Porsche press conference at the 2016 Paris Motor Show was supposed to be the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid; however, it was upstaged by something nearer and dearer to racing fans’ hearts:  the latest generation of the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup.

The 1200-kilogram (2,600-lb.) one-seater is powered by a four-liter flat engine delivering 357 kW (485 hp) and variable inlet and outlet camshaft control. A range of enhancements improve engine performance while reducing maintenance costs. A valve drive with rigidly mounted rocker arms and a central oil feed is being used for the very first time. What’s more, an integrated oil centrifuge is used to optimize oil de-foaming in the engine. A crankshaft with significantly increased rigidity has also been installed.

Front apron and rear end improve the downforce of the new 911 GT3 Cup

A new front apron and a new rear end improve the downforce of the new 911 GT3 Cup and therefore enhance traction and performance. The prominent 184-centimeter wide rear wing has been retained from the predecessor model. The wheel dimensions are also unchanged: One-piece 18-inch racing rims with a central locking mechanism are used – with 270-millimeter Michelin racing slicks on the front axle, and a massive 310-millimeter tread on the rear axle. The intelligent aluminium-steel composite construction ensures maximum rigidity and a lightweight body.

The engineers have also once again focused specifically on driver safety during development. The driver is protected by a solid safety cage and an innovative, bucket-style racing seat that is molded particularly heavily around the head and shoulder area. The enlarged rescue hatch in the roof, in line with the latest FIA standard, makes it easier to provide initial treatment and recovery following an accident.

Porsche manufactures the 911 GT3 Cup on the same production line as the 911 road car in its main plant in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen. The basic race tuning is performed at the Weissach motorsport center, where vehicles are also thoroughly tested by a professional race driver prior to delivery to the customer.

The new 911 GT3 Cup will be used in the 2017 race season, initially exclusively in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, which is held alongside the Formula 1 races, and in the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland, as well as in North America.

Some 3031 units of the 911 GT3 Cup have been built in the 996, 997 and 991 model lines since 1998. This, the company says, makes the cup racing car from Stuttgart the most-produced and most-sold GT racing car in the world.

2012 Porsche Cayman R Race Car

Here is one of our 2012 Porsche Cayman R PDK Racecars for sale. This is a great car that has never been bumped or crashed in any way. For more details on this build click below.

2010 Porsche Cayman S

This 2010 Porsche Cayman S comes to us from a local client with a one owner vehicle history. The previous owner added many aftermarket accessories to enhance the performance of this beast on the track. See full equipment list for more details. 

2007 Porsche Cayman GT 3.8 (SOLD)

Virtually everything new or refurbished on entire car, yet never previously crashed. Use since build limited to testing and sprint race at Road America PCA. See equipment list for upgrade details.

2010 Porsche Cayman S Race Car (Sold)

Most successful Cayman Interseries car, driven by Lee Davais, Ryan Eversley and Tom Bloom. It was last raced in June 2014 at Autobahn/NASA enduro where it finished in first place. Its fastest race lap was 1:30.9 on Autobahn's South Track driven by Ryan Osiecki.

2008 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup

The car was purchased in 2012 by a driving enthusiast with no interest in racing. He had the means and desire to correct all issues that came with this car which was in need of sorting out. He enjoys track days and was intrigued by 997 Cup cars and wanted to experience one. He has now had that experience and is ready to move on to other vehicles without the extra support a Cup car calls for.

The One You've Been Waiting For

If we were forced to use only one word for this one it would be this: STUNNING. Thankfully our praise is not limited to just one word for this 2005 Carrera GT with only 4,800 miles. If you're reading this, there is a good chance you already know about the Carrera GT and it's heritage. For those of you that don't here is a quick summary.