We may not understand the first 5 minutes of the video, but you can see the child-like excitement of meeting Mr. RWB. There is a universal language that we all can understand in the passion and building of beautiful cars. It must be pretty exciting to have him come to your country just to build you a car no one else will have. I have express how much I love the business practice behind RWB, but it’s shows just how dedicated he is to keeping each RWB car as perfect as the last he built.
With all the Rauh-Welt hype and explosion I think we all forgot what a normal 911 looked like. We shouldn’t ever forget how beautiful this car in it’s natural formal. And with a decent drop and classic set of non-aggressive BBS LM’s, it’s a look that will never go out of style. So lets take a second here and remember that we don’t need to throw on a super duper widebody to make the 911 look beautiful. Although I can’t argue that RWB is doing it right.
Rauh-Welt has completely blown up in the past year. For some time I was worried it would be too overwhelming for the artistic builder. Before all his fame, he wasn’t building only Porsche’s. There have been a couple theme’d cars looking like the flat black 964 that was Nakai-San’s first and last 964. This beautiful AE86 was done right. I’m sure he approves. Badass!
Unless you have been living under a rock you have seen billions of photos of the new RWB USA cars. There are three already in Cali, one being built in Texas, and rumors of one to be built in Maryland. This is great. The only thing is that I’m worrying the artist Nakai-San is being worked to exhaustion. I mean he’s everywhere. I’m not doubting that he can’t work very, very hard. He has already proven that. It’s just worrisome with SSOOOO many cars being planned. The best of luck to him.
Here is a picture of two of the three in Cali.
And here is a short video of Mark Arcenal’s own RWB. I can’t think of anyone else to deserve one. These cars are so MEAN looking.
There’s no other word to describe Nakai-San but inspiring. His work ethic and drive just doesn’t stop. I mean, going from Japan to EVERY Rauh-Welt shop opening around the world tells you something about his character. He wants every car carrying his company name to be perfect, the way he created them. This video is the perfect example of someone who is not only living a dream but is absolutely determined to make sure every Rauh-Welt creation is perfect and flawless. Passion is the only thing that would let anyone work until 4am every day, and he’s got tons of it.
I hope that most people know about Ruah-Welt. It has to be one of the sickest, craziest Porsche tuners in the world. If you don’t know about this tuner, take a second and google it, trust me it’ll be worth it. He builds the sickest widebody’s I have ever seen on Porsches. And they all fit and look OEM. Oh and did you see the wheel fitment????? Correct me if I’m wrong, but the rears here are Work Meiser 18×13 with a negative offset on top of spacers. The one pictured below is his newest addiction to his collection. Most of the cars he builds are naturally aspirated, so I am assuming this one is too. Best part is that they hold track days for their customers. I would post some of the other Rauh cars, but would be just too much dope overload for one post. But you can just image seeing 50 of these cars on the track together. Best part is they just made a part of their website for the US. Sick!
Its a piece of art. Hopefully we’ll see Rauh-Welt cars in the states soon.
Thanks to Speedhunters for the pics