If you have ever shipped a car, you know how many variables can go wrong. For every reputable carrier, there are a dozen sleazy haulers who can’t even figure out a manual transmission. The 911 GT3 RS was and is Porsche’s premier naturally aspirated track car. Back in 2011, the 3.8 liter made 450 horsepower, which is impressive even by today’s standards.
But engineers decided it wasn’t enough, and they bored & stroked the flat-six to 4.0 liters. The result was 493 horsepower. This was stretching the limits of technology at the time, so only 600 examples of the GT3 RS 4.0 were built. Since then, collectors have fought over them. Accidents happen, so what you are about to see might make you cry. In the latest upload from VINwiki, an owner tells us what happened to his car in on the way to its new owner. Tell us your car transport stories in the comments below and have a great weekend!