Luftgekuhlt brand, founded by two-time Le Mans class winner Patrick Long and creative director Howie Idelson, has released the LuftAuto, a rally-style Porsche 911 from 1985. This one-of-a-kind car was made specially for the Autumn Leaves Project, a charity dedicated to pancreatic cancer research, where it fetched a whopping $275,000.

The LuftAuto features a rebuilt 3.2-liter engine, lightweight Recaro bucket seats, a lifted suspension, off-road lighting, a roof rack with spare tire, new Pirelli P-Zero Rally tires, custom fog lamps with headlight grills, and custom powder coated front and rear bumpers.

Learn more about Luftgekuhlt and the LuftAuto Porsche 911 here.