Frank Cassidy’s mom was a badass chasing bank robbers in a ’83 Targa. Naturally, he got hooked on fast 911s, and the result is a fast RSR-style track machine.
When your mom picks you up from kindergarten in a 1983 Porsche 911 Targa, only to continue the day by chasing down a team of bank robbers using all the grunt of that flat-six, your fate is pretty much set. You’re going to be a 911 man or 911 woman.
The thing about the modern edition of Porsche’s finest is that you really need to work hard to make it properly light. The lightest factory 911 today? At 3116 lbs., the GT3, with the manual gearbox and the Touring package. You know what’s lighter than that? Every older 911, as long as you go for a two-wheel drive version.
Cassidy’s RSR-style build is named after one of Andy Warhol’s femme fatales for some reason. More importantly, it also has a cage, an insanely wild rear track, and the noise to make GT3 drivers take notice.
No mistake in the wet with this one.