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Richard Schickman is the Founder of The RSR Project in New York where he re-creates and builds high-quality Porsche RSR tribute cars. His lifelong passion for Porsches is the catalyst that pulls him from his day job in real estate, to the garage where he creates dream cars for clients. What started as a hobby is quickly growing in to a business. When Porsche released the 911 Carrera RS in 1973 it was a means of getting their RSR homologated for Group 4 racing. Today it’s become a cult classic for Porsche enthusiasts and Richard builds cars to his client’s tastes and budgets. Richard will build you a dream car with various engine sizes, interior features, and numerous details making your dream RSR possible.  

SHOW SPONSORS  

Covercraft

Christopher Kimball Financial Services

SUCCESS QUOTE 

“Never give up.”

CAREER & LIFE CHALLENGES 

The first Porsche he set out to build in to an RSR was filled with challenges.

AH HA MOMENT

Realizing there was a market for the cars he built after the first one sold.

FIRST SPECIAL CAR

A 1974 Camaro Z28

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

Drive your cars.

RESOURCES

TRE Motorsports

Justin at Euro Interiors – 914-649-1814  

Speedsport Tuning

BOOK RECOMMENDATION

How A Man Thinketh by James Allan

PARTING WORDS OF ADVICE

Always keep your hustle on and never give up.

WHERE TO FIND RICHARD

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