Apple CEO at the time Steve Jobs sponsored a race car back in 1980, and it ran for one season. That car was the Apple-themed Porsche 935 K3, and one beautifully made replica could be yours if the price is right. This is based on a 1969 Porsche 911 and powered by a 3.8L twin-turbo flat-six built by Bob Holcomb generating 700hp, mated to a six-speed transaxle. Read more for two videos and additional information.
Its double-wishbone suspension geometry was sourced from a 993 GT2. It features the same retro Apple-themed livery as the real race car, complete with the same rainbow color scheme as well as the Apple logo, paired with 18-inch BBS wheels. The vehicle itself is being offered by Atlantis Motor Group, a dealer based in Boca Raton, Florida. One caveat: the asking price is $499,000.
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The original was operated by Dick Barbour Racing, a team that had Apple as its main sponsor for its 1980 season, due to an interest by Jobs and Wozniak in the team, according to a profile of the vehicle by The Drive. The roster included Bob Garretson, Bobby Rahal, and Allan Moffat on the team, with the car itself bearing not only the Apple Computer name, but also its rainbow colors,” said the seller.