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Monday, February 17, 2020

This rare car is another form of Porsche 944

Rarity is one of the special values ​​that become one of the benchmarks in the world's automotive to determine the car's price. Obviously, with scarcity, will certainly add to the uniqueness and special taste of the car and give the owner its own prestige.

Imagine, if you drive a car with only 5 units in the world, and of course, it would be very different if you drive with ordinary cars that are often found on the streets. Surely it would be more fun and maybe increase your confidence if you could drive that rare car.
The Heynsdyk 2500 SF is an open sportscar built based on Porsche 944 in a limited number of only 17 units. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2UGyOKK)
One example of a good rare car is a roadster made by a sports car manufacturer from the Netherlands named Heijnsdijk Sportscars. Maybe just by looking at the company name some of us have never known it, let alone the car produced by it. It guaranteed, must be some of you have never seen it before. But unfortunately, the company reportedly went bankrupt and stopped all of its business activities in 2012.

Yes, the company has ever made a sportscar known as the Heynsdyk 2500SF, and it said has a synergistic design between classic and contemporary styles, and arguably combines the design of the BMW Z series with the Wiesmann Roadster, which was later given accents in the style of antique racing cars of the 1940s and 1950s. And the result? Quite unique and looks different from other exotic roadsters ever!
The Heynsdyk 2500 SF has the 2,500 cc, 4 cyl, 163 HP engine, and 5-speed manual gearbox. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2UGyOKK)
The first prototype was carefully hand-modeled in steel by Heijnsdijk Sportscars' founder Ronald Heijnsdijk. Not for nothing that he won the second price in the category innovation during the Dutch Design Week in 2008.

Who would have thought from behind its body, there's a Porsche famous sportscar, which is more precisely the Porsche 944. Well, the Heynsdyk 2500SF is actually a kit car, which was built on the basis of the 1980s Porsche 944, and still using the frame, and of course drive by its original engine.
The Heynsdyk 2500 SF is said able to accelerate from 0 to 96 kph in just 6 seconds. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2UGyOKK)
And what makes this 2500SF figure different from the Porsche 944, is that Hensdyk built it by using galvanized steel, so making it lighter and sturdier than the original Porsche 944. However, this car uses an engine with a capacity of 2,500 cc from the Porsche S version. This engine can spew power up to 163 horsepower which then easily makes the 2500SF accelerate from 0 to 96 kph in just 6 seconds.
However, another major advantage of Heynsdyk 2500 SF is the price! If you buy the kit only, the price was only around $ 20,000, and of course, you have to buy a Porsche 944 or 944S first. If you want a complete package? It's cost you around $50,000! As quoted from ERclassics, it is known that this Dutch automotive company built this sports car in a limited number of only 17 units.

Although sold at a fairly high price. In our opinion, you can buy a new BMW car series by spending that money. But if you still want to own this unique car, of course, that will be an equivalent value for a rare car isn't! *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | SUPERCARS.NET | ERCLASSICS.COM | FRANKYEMTLAAAAT! | THE COOLIST]
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