This car asks far more questions than it answers. Originally built to race in the 24 Hours of Lemons series by Vali Motorsports, it's clear that this car's theme is "Does that even run?" and holy hell does it run. In as-shown spec it is running a 300-horsepower 3.6-liter flat six [it's certainly not a GT3-spec engine as is claimed in the video, though] while the stock 2.7-liter is swapped back in for Lemon-ing. This brass knuckle Boxster is a strange amalgam of steampunk, Mad Max, rust, and tack-welded aluminum. If you look at it for too long you might catch tetanus. I think I should probably hate it, but somehow I don't.
A 3.6-powered Boxster is one of the more fun experiences I've ever had with plenty of power and torque. I imagine this one in its stripped-down configuration weighing a bit less than stock is probably even more fun. It looks to me like there is a good bit of stuff on this car that could still come out to lose even more weight, like the machine gun, for example.
You can watch Vali Predescu explain a bit more about this car, and shred its tires in the Hoonigan Burnyard by clicking play on the video above. It's a weird little car, but it sure sounds good, in spite of how it looks.