Porsche 911 Outlaw Magnus Walker Style

I ran across this little bit older video on Vimeo today. I’ve long been a Magnus Walker fan (come on…who doesn’t love that guy?!) and his take on the Porsche 911. I love the mix of Outlaw 911s along with true restoration projects protecting the originality of a car. He feels like a sort of everyday, normal Porsche guy.

This particular video is about a 1978 Porsche 911 SCHR Magnus picked up to prove a Porsche 911 SC is a great first-time buyer 911. It’s his answer to an often asked question about where to start one’s Porsche habit.

This particular car had been a track car for 10 years, and already included a number of upgrades he would have performed. Magnus mentions that he feels track cars are worth considering since owners tend to take care of a car they’re going to drive at high speeds on a track. Something I hadn’t thought of.

Crank up the sound and let this video delight your eyes and ears…and dream of your own affordable 911 story.

Blind Backflip Over Speeding Formula E Car

I’ve seen some crazy videos over the years having to do with cars and the stunts people try and pull in, on, and around them. We’ve seen some stunts in a similar vein to this one in plenty of movies, and I have no doubt I’m not the only one who’s wondered if he could jump over a speeding car if it were coming straight at me. Hollywood stuntman, Damien Walters, decided to show us how it’s done, only in an unexpectedly unique way. He does a backflip over a Formula E car speeding straight at him from behind. That’s right…he can’t see the car coming.

I have a lot of respect for the people who can come up with, then actually execute on these crazy things most of us only daydream about on a sunny day.

For those that would argue this has nothing to do with European Cars, you’re absolutely right. But who cares?! This is one heck of an amazing video!

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Quixx Gives Your Car Some Surface TLC

Paint Scratch Remover Kit

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