FRIENDS: The Rhyfall classics and Street performance cars
My Old classmate and friend Stefan told me a few times about their rebuilt warehouse and the fact they’re now storing beautiful classics in there, so when he asked me for a visit i surely agreed. 🙂 Check out their website on https://www.rhyfallclassic.ch
Well i thought to find a few cars in the corner of that warehouse, but actually they totally rebuilt the inside and now have a beautiful place full of old memorabilia and stuff – great!
This is Stefan’s personal ride. an Ex Works Porsche 3L Turbo. Please forgive me if i’m wrong with the details. I Know everything about japanese cars but i really don’t know too much about european vehicles.. what a shame 🙂
He and his dad use to drive their porsches at some local Classic hillclimb races, that’s why a rollcage and OMP seats are installed inside:
Here we have his dad’s Porsche – another beauty:
The building has three floors, on the ground floor you’ll find some kind of garage with tools and lift for the usual work on oldtimers:
On the second floor there are their porsches stored, as well as some old Benz’s…
I’m pretty sure you know these too, even if i messed up the whole pic (sorry, guys :D)
and this nice martini racing livered Porsche:
Speaking of Martini racing livery, there is a littler corner in hommage to the world famous Lancia Delta Group B rallye cars – one of my very few european favorites:
Group B rallye cars just had so much more style than the “ken block cars” these days 🙂
Another corner was themed “Barn find” and they put an old dusty Austin Sprite cabriolet there. A real Barn-find! Looks more like a museum – right?!
There was also some sort of “clubhouse” made in classic Chalet-style. really beautiful work with much love to the details. with all those classic advertising shields and stuff:
On the third level a lot more cars are to be found – like this classic alfa romeo:
… Or this pretty fast deTomaso:
In another corner there where a few secret and probably bit more expensive cars sleeping:
Then there where also some cars i might know better. Some fast and of course all blown Japanese legends from the Street performance shop that shares some space:
like the RB26DETT equpped Skyline R34 GT-R and the MKIV Supra JZA80 with 2JZ-GTE twin turbo behind..
As well as a “slightly” modified twin with single-turbo conversion and fully rebuilt engine underneath the carbon hood. Produces something between 800 and 1200PS depending on the pressure. as far as i know.
this one was a special one for sure too 🙂
Well im pretty sure i missed a few cars and details, but i’d like to thank Stefan for the hospitality and tour. Probably my fairlady will find a home here in a few yers (well i don’t think they have any spare-space until then :D). But im not sure if my old rusty shell deserves a place between these legends… I’ll leave you with this pic: