At the ripe old age of nine years old, Paul Stephens clocked his first 100 mph run in a Porsche 911. Since then he’s competed in all the major races, racked up a bunch of wins and established one of the most respected independent Porsche race brands out there. In order to celebrate ten years of the Le Mans Classic, his team is building 10 individually numbered Paul Stephens Le Mans Classic Clubsport 911s that will be delivered on the anniversary in 2020. The officially-licensed cars are fuse period style and modern technology in the same perfectionist way you’d expect to find from anything bearing the Stephens name. With a 300 bhp, 3.4-liter flat six that’s been modified and paired with an ECU mapped in house, the Le Mans Classic Clubsport does 0-60 in 4.4 seconds on its way to a top speed of 170 mph. Each one of the limited edition Porsches will be finished in white metallic with contrasting Le Mans Classic details in either the M471 Lightweight or M472 Touring variants.