The patina look is alive and kicking.
There’s something about the that makes us swoon and people pay big bucks for the chance of owning a car with the fabled blue and orange coloring. priced somewhere north of $300,000 and that now commands closer to $600,000. But we’ve also seen car styling experts apply their skills in creating projects for a range of motors. And this latest example might just be the best of them all.
Based on the magnificent machine that is the , Dutch outfit has given the range-topping 911 a totally unique look, combining the famous baby blue and orange colors of the with a patina style rust and corrosion effect we've previously seen done on a . The majority of $100,000 sports car owners want their rides looking pristine. The owner of this 911 GT3 RS obviously had other ideas. What motivates someone to spend money on making their ride look like it’s been rotting away in a garage, or has just come back from a world tour through some extreme climates? We’re not too sure, but you have to appreciate the work done by the wrapping experts.
Even up close, the car looks like it’s had a rough time while in all actuality, there’s a perfectly good looking body underneath. Obviously once the owner gets tired of the look, he can simply remove the wrap and forget it ever happened. But we think there's plenty of life left in this beaten up .