Posted by Cody on May 2, 2021
This 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe has been refinished by artist Dominic Besner and collaborator Yves Thibeault as number three in the Art Cars Project, wherein different artists have completed uniquely painted Porsche 911s in cooperation with the Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec in Canada.
A bull with a nose ring decorates the hood of this 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe and certainly makes it a one of a kind. The horns of the bull extends over the fenders and on to the doors.
The artwork was done with oil-based paint and some of the techniques involved airbrush, hand brush, spray paint, felt-tip markers, and finger-painting.
The exterior may be custom painted, but the interior remains in its original form. I didn't notice any signs of cracks or warping on the dashboard and all of the components appear to be present as well. Both front seats show an expected amount of wear and I didn't notice any rips, tears, or discoloration in the leather.
This 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera only has 66,289 original miles and is of course equipped with a manual transmission.
If you're looking for a more unique piece of art to add to your collection then this could very well be the car that you're looking for. Use it as an art piece at home and easily turn all the heads to any meets that it's taken too.
In total there are supposed to be eight Porsche 911s planned for the Art Cars Project, and the fifth one is said to be in progress right now.
This vehicle is currently located in Monterey, California and if you're interested in this vehicle you'll have to reach out to the seller to inquire about the asking price.