It may have been monikered as a 911 but, in truth, the #26 AG 911 shared very little with that iconic model. It wasn’t even rear engine. The GT1 actually shares more in common with the 962, borrowing its water-cooled, twin-turbo flat-six and most of its rear end. It was also the first carbon-fiber chassis Porsche developed. These elements merged into a package that delivered a 0-60 time of 3.3 secs and 0-100 in six seconds flat. A top speed of 194 mph didn’t set any records but ranked it among the fastest of the era. Regardless, it was a blazing success from its inception, winning the GT1 class at its debut at Le Mans and delivering Porsche its record-breaking 16th overall triumph at Le Mans.