The 1980s was a weird time for everyone, I reckon.

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Some truly wacky automotive designs and supercars were birthed during this period and Porsche's 930-generation 911s were given a very unique treatment. Dubbed the Slantnose, these very rare 911s were characterized by their differentiated front ends and some other touches, such as the "whale tail," slated venting behind the doors and blacked out wheels.

2015 SEMA Show

As it's tough to by an original factory car, there have been plenty of conversion kits sold over the years.

But what if you wanted to enjoy the Slantnose look on an all-new Porsche? Well, if this is what you've been wishing for, you've GOT to check out what Agent 001 spotted at the 2015 SEMA Show. An all-new 991 Targa 4 GTS was seen equipped with some Slantnose touches. There's just one problem: It's missing the Slantnose!

The SEMA Show Photo Galleries are sponsored by Lexus.

2015 SEMA Show

#SEMA2015: The #SEMAShow Brings BACK The Old-School Traits Of The Porsche 911 SLANTNOSE With A Twist

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