The hot rod of European sports cars, the 911 is one of the most flexible platforms ever produced. From Le Mans to rally racing, there isn’t a place the 911 hasn’t won, often over more exclusive, powerful competition. That is the spirit that rally driver Amy Lerner was looking for when she purchased this car for the 2021 Dakar Classic rally. Originally built by Henrard Racing in Belgium, this 911 ran the 2013 Dakar Classic-Morocco and 2013 and 2014 Historic Morocco races. The car was built with heavily upgraded suspension, skid plates, a 260 horsepower, 3-liter flat-six, and wrapped in the classic Rothman’s livery. Lerner drove the car to 15th overall and 2nd in class in 2021 and finished 35th overall in the 2022 Dakar Classic. Not just a style exercise, this is a real race-prepped 911 built to tackle the harshest conditions on the planet.