Now the term “replica” has a very poor connotation to it. When people think of replicas, they tend to think of the kit cars of the late 1980s-early 1990s. However, the cars being built by Seduction Motorsports are anything but the faux-rari’s from the 90s.
For Seduction Motorsports, they saw what others were doing in the Porsche 550 Spyder replica industry and said no thanks. Those companies used low cost parts, VW Bug chassis, and all manner of cheap ways around building something that paid homage to the original. It was a nightmare, essentially.
If they were going to build their own Porsche 550 Spyder, they only knew one place to turn— the world of racing. And by doing so, Seduction used parts that would make any racing driver happy. The body is hand-laid fiberglass. The chassis is DOM tubular track-inspection approved steel. The cars have aluminum floors, stainless hardware, RideTech fully adjustable front and rear suspension, disc brakes, Pirelli tires, and a total of five different engine options to complete a turnkey Porsche 550 Spyder.
Seduction Motorsports cars are works of art, and since they aren’t the real thing, you 1. don’t have to worry about a massive price tag, and 2. can actually drive them without worrying about crashing a priceless piece of history.
Seduction Motorsports offers a complete “Roller Package” that starts at $35,499. This includes the body, chassis, and pretty much everything else besides the engine. For a “Turnkey” solution, it tacks on an addition $6,000-$16,000 depending on the engine you get.
However, it’s the thrill of sitting in one of these Porsche’s that really makes for an experience. Imagine rolling down the coast, the sun and wind in your hair, rolling around PCH like you’re James Dean; I guarantee you’ll never see the term replica in the same light again.
Photo Credit: Seduction Motorsport