Bruce Meyer drove his Le Mans-winning Porsche 935 to Luftgekuhlt this weekend.
The Kremer brothers, Erwin and Manfred, began preparing Porsche 935s in 1976, tearing the cars to pieces: "they probed for weaknesses," said Speedhunters, "improved, evolved, machined and twisted 911s into new, uncompromising racing battleships." The result was so successful that they sold their Kremer K1s—and later the K2, K3, and K4—to racing teams outright. This very Kremer K3 won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1979, outright—with Klaus Ludwig, and Don and Bill Wittington, it beat out a crowded field of 55 entrants, most of them being 934s and 935s themselves. And because it was the Whittington brothers, who were up to no good, Meyer nearly had his 935 repossessed by the DEA. Sort of.