It was fashioned by parts manufacturer D-Zug as a mobile testbed and brand ambassador of sorts, but now it appears Mjolner and D-Zug have cut ties. The epic Frankenstein creation is now listed on eBay, ready to terrorize a new 911 enthusiast.
Expectedly, the no-nonsense 911 is a bit of a celebrity in the Porsche tuner world. The car featured in the March 2015 issue of Porsche Panorama magazine, and has earned a substantial online presence. Earlier this year, Projekt Mjolner sold at Auctions America’s Fort Lauderdale event for a high bid of $70,000. Today, the asking price is substantially more—$109,000. Then again, it is one truly bonkers 911 Turbo.