-SEE WHATS GOING ON BELOW.
loving every last pixel: keeper of the flame.
You're an inspiration to me, I hope everything goes well for you :D
I own an '06 997 but drool when I see your cars! How I wish I could own just one 1960s 911. You are definitely an inspiration man!
You are living every Porsche enthusiasts dream, keep up the amazing work!
AGREE WITH ALL THE PREVIOUS STATEMENTS. YOU ARE AN INSPIRATION. IT IS GREAT TO SEE SOMEONE WHO IS PASSIONATE ABOUT A PARTICULAR THING AND SELF EDUCATES HIMSELF TO SUCH AN EXTENT THAT HE BECOMES A SELF TAUGHT "EXPERT". ROCK ON DUDE! JUST WONDERING, WILL YOU STICK TO ONLY RESTORING 60'S AND EARLY 70'S 911 OR WILL YOU BRANCH OUT TO LATE 70'S EARLY 80'S 911S? THE 911SC'S WERE STILL BEAUTIFUL CARS. THEY WERE THE 911'S OF MY GENERATION..OH, HOW I LUSTED FOR ONE.
Love the red 72STR 001. Any more info on this build?
lovely. but you're standing next to a silver 991! (pics 5-6) i am hoping that's yours as well.
I'm a young French, and you make me dreaming !Stay as you are !
Hi Magnus,I love your silver car with the blue strip. The one that is in your videos, it sounds great and just sits on the road. "right". Do you still have it?
Hello we have a Midnight Blue 1989 911 C4 which we store for the winter. We had a few things worked on 2 years ago, replaced some seals etc. When we went into the garage in the spring we notice the majority of the oil had leaked out under the car. We have a pan there because it has been known to leak a very small amount when sitting for an extended period of time but this was a large amount. We don't have many choices for where we can take the car and the larger centres in Calgary and Edmonton don't have the time to even call us back. The closet Porsche dealership is in Saskatoon Saskatchewan but our experiences with their other owned dealership is not good. My husband is very frustrated and has even talked about selling the car! We need some advice and hoping you can help or direct us. Thanks