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Machine Revival Unveils Its 1982 Porsche 911 “MR26 Void” Restomod

  • Dec 5, 2023
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Machine Revival Unveils Its 1982 Porsche 911 “MR26 Void” Restomod

Over the last decade or so, the bar has massively been raised in the world of custom Porsche 911s, with outfits like Singer and Theon Design consistently pushing the automotive envelop. And one of the latest bespoke 911-based creations to break cover — and once again raise the bar — is Machine Revival’s MR26 VOID build.

Starting out as a 1982 G-Series 911, though the completed custom is a far cry from its former self. Riding on 16” Campagnolo wheels, the car wears a custom set of carbon Kevlar bodywork with lightened bumpers, bespoke LED lighting, an exposed carbon deck-lid, and flared fenders at all four corners. Representing the French-American shop’s 26th completed build, this ’82 specimen is powered by a custom-tuned 3.0-liter flat-six with individual throttle injection, custom fuel mapping, and a one-off stainless steel exhaust culminating in a central-exiting pipe set in a bespoke mesh grille. Mated to a five-speed manual gearbox, the engine now cranks out a respectable 297hp. Further performance upgrades have been unlocked via the addition of an advanced dynamic-controlled suspension, six-piston front calipers chomping down on drilled ventilated discs, and four-pot units out back. 

Juxtaposed via its gold-finished wheels and custom gold mesh grilles fore and aft, the car comes cloaked in a deep gloss black paint job. Fortified via a custom four-point roll-cage, the interior of the MR26 Void is nothing short of a work of art — in both figurative and literal senses. Decked out in carbon fiber and wool felt paneling, the build’s cabin sports a custom steering wheel, a die-cut aluminum shifter and black- stained ash knob, a perforated aluminum pedal board, an aluminum pedal set, and set of carbon fiber bucket seats with tattoo-inspired contrasting gold illustrations and Alcantara-upholstered seat pads. The interior’s stock instrumentation has also been replaced with bespoke items decorated in the same gold tattoo-inspired illustration style — a motif that also adorns the build’s door panels. Thanks to the project’s extensive use of carbon fiber, the entire build now tips the scales at just 2,054lbs at the curb. 

The 1982 Porsche 911 “MR26 Void” By Machine Revival is currently for sale through the MC Automotive Group in Boca Raton, Florida, with an asking price of $325,999. 

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