Featured: This Green 911 Is The King Of San Francisco

This Green 911 Is The King Of San Francisco

By Michael Banovsky
November 3, 2015
9 comments

Photography by Vincent Perraud

Spectacular vistas, beautiful light, an iconic classic car, and changeable conditions aren’t quite enough to deliver a memorable photo shoot. And that’s where Vincent Perraud comes in.

With Instagram user @ozsnaps’ Porsche 911T, they set off to capture a few moments with the car in locations near San Francisco. Their time was spent enjoying plunging shoreline roads with pristine tarmac with a few dusty sections thrown in…sections just begging to be torn up by an impromptu doughnut.

Next time, we’ll bring the coffee.

You can follow Vincent Perraud’s work on Instagram, Twitter, on his website, and on Tumblr.

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Lukas Duyck
Lukas Duyck
6 years ago

great pictures, just a shame there is so much artificial grain, any possibility you have the original raw files?
would be really helpfull.

Alan Robson
Alan Robson
6 years ago

These are the best photos I’ve ever seen on this website.

Bart Jan van Rees
Bart Jan van Rees
6 years ago

love this car, and amazing photos

Robert Tilton
Robert Tilton
6 years ago

Gorgeous-gorgeous photography of an awesome 911! Congrats Oz. Looking forward to discussing the experience over coffee.

Julien Gentils
Julien Gentils
6 years ago

I love the colour of this early 911. I used to own a [url=”http://www.chelseaimports.fr”]MG[/url] in this paint colour. Would rather have the Porsche…

George J
George J
6 years ago

City photo looks to be 2240 Green Street. I cringe at driving my Porsche on dirt or gravel so the idea of doing doughnuts makes me cringe (though when I was 16 I’d have thought differently). I was not pleased the 911 corral at Rennsport this fall was in the dirt. Cool car + nice photos!

William Wagner
William Wagner
6 years ago

Conzelman Road, Marin Headlands.

https://goo.gl/maps/wauGguiGKKy

Kevin McSweeney
Kevin McSweeney
6 years ago

Where is the location of that first photograph? I’m guessing somewhere in the North Bay but I’d love to know where exactly?

Yan Scharrelmann
Yan Scharrelmann
6 years ago

Its at the top of hawk hill. Right next to the top bunker. Fun drive.