Misha 911 produces the highest-quality body kits to transform your
Porsche from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Recognized in the
Porsche community for excellence in design, quality workmanship
and outstanding service, we are dedicated to creating your dream
Misha 911 is the result of Misha Rade Djordjevic's extraordinary
passion for designing unique and visionary parts for Porsche. What
started as a passion quickly turned from a hobby into a thriving
business. Misha designs and creates most of the parts for his own
Porsche first and only sells parts that he himself would use.
His Porsche transformations have been featured in popular car magazines,
car shows and internet forums, and have earned him a reputation
in the Porsche community for excellence in design, quality workmanship
and outstanding service.
Today Misha 911 offers exceptional, innovative wings and body kits
to enthusiasts at affordable prices and also supplies parts to Porsche
tuning shops including Speed Gallery, NR Auto, SharkWerks, EVOMS,
TRE Motorsports, 3C and Wheels Experts.
Whatever your needs, Misha 911 can help you create your dream Porsche.
From the moment that Misha first laid his eyes on a Porsche in his
childhood in Europe he was captivated. Two decades later, and a
world away, he finally took the keys to his very own Porsche and
immediately began transforming it into his dream machine.
He had ideas for what his ideal Porsche would look like and began
designing the perfect 996. He found everything that he wanted except
for the rear wing. Misha simply didn’t like any of the wings that
were available, OEM or aftermarket. Not wanting to compromise, he
decided to make his own.
After months of design, testing and revisions, Misha brought together
GT3 and GT2 wing elements to form the prototype for an exact perfect
wing for his narrow body Porsche 996 C2. The GT2M wing was born.
Word of the custom Misha wing project quickly spread and the result
was that the first GT2M wing produced never made it onto Misha’s
car. Instead, it ended up on iForged blue 996 widebody displayed
at the SEMA auto show. Thus, the GT2M wing found its way into the
halls of the world’s premier automotive trade event in 2004, and
the rest is history.
Pictures of GT2M wing on iForged blue Porsche 996 widebody displayed
at the SEMA 2004 auto show
The response to Misha's creation was overwhelming. With requests from
prospective buyers, Misha soon launched a production facility and began to
design even more innovative Porsche body kits. Already, Misha 911 has earned a
reputation in the Porsche community for high-quality products and outstanding
Originally dubbed 996Wings.com, the company’s name and web site was eventually
changed. Most people referred to his designs as ‘Misha Wings’ and so the name
was changed to Misha911.com.
Pictures of Misha's black Porsche
996 C2 with GT2M wing
Misha’s next project was nothing short of monumental. In early 2006, he took on
the conversion of his Porsche 996 Carrera to build a complete wide-bodied 997
Turbo, which was not yet available in North America at that time. He knew it
wouldn't be an easy project, but nobody had tried it in the USA so Misha decided
to go for it.
The 996 and 997, although appearing somewhat similar to the untrained eye, are
quite different with almost no common body panels between them. The only body
panels not replaced or modified on this car were the roof and the doors. Based
on an OEM 997 hood, Misha produced new front fenders to mount onto the 996. For
the rear end, both rear quarter panels were cut away to make way for acquired
OEM 997 sheet-metal. After months of daily trips to the body shop and revised
designs, most of the body panels were hung. The crowning glory was the unique
new design GTM wing and GTM front bumper.
Unfortunately the car was not ready for the SEMA 2006 show and the new GTM kit
could not be introduced on Misha’s 997 Turbo conversion. Instead the GTM body
kit prototype debuted on Speed Gallery's new black Porsche 997 Turbo in HRE
booth at the SEMA 2006 show.
Pictures of GTM kit on Speed Gallery's black Porsche 997 Turbo displayed in HRE
booth at the SEMA 2006 show
In early 2007, almost a year after it was conceived, Misha was finally able to
fire up the flat-six and get the first US-built 997 Turbo conversion out for a
test run. The level of attention the car received from Porsche enthusiasts and
people on the streets was beyond anything Misha could have anticipated.
Pictures of Misha's Yellow Porsche 997 Turbo conversion with GTM body kit
With phenomenal response to Misha’s yellow Porsche 997 Turbo conversion and GTM
design, new GTM products were developed for 997 and 996 models.
Misha’s intent has always been to work with, and not against, the classic fluid
lines of the 911 design. With an extraordinary commitment to detail, Misha is
passionate about what he produces and wouldn’t sell anything that he wouldn’t
put in his own car. Misha’s passion has evolved into a successful business and
Misha 911 now offers a full range of parts and services--from wings and body
kits to consultation on design and build--to help Porsche enthusiasts build the
cars of their dreams.
Designed with passion. Built with style. Fit to perfection. All at affordable
European Car magazine - GT2M wing
on iForged blue Porsche 996 widebody