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Made To Drive | S15 E15

1968 Porsche 911: Bahama Mama

Though it’s no longer in the Brumos Collection, this Bahama Mama is still in the right hands.
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Scott A
Scott A

thanks for making me happy today

Nickg1933
Nickg1933

He’s definately driving it in spirited fashion – like shot from rear cornering with some roll going on.
Good video – agree criminal not to drive this stuff
Drive and repeat Drive and repeat otherwise what’s the point – this stuff is multidimensional art !
Thank you – interesting film

Sotirios Bakaimis
Sotirios Bakaimis

nice story.

Harv Falkenstine
Harv Falkenstine

The enthusiasm is real and carries into his artwork. I met Kelly at Luftgekulht and the person in this video is what you get when you meet him face to face. The smile and the engaged conversation never stops, even when his wife is applying copious amounts of sun block…great video, great sounds. He produces art that speaks to car guys, from Porsches to Sprint cars, he captures it all. Thanks Petrolicious and Kelly!

Bryan Dickerson
Bryan Dickerson

Kelly, beautiful work! I’m not only envious of your stellar 911 but that you’ve made a good (apparently excellent!) living drawing/painting them. From the time I first discovered 911s, when this car was about 2 years old, I’ve been transfixed by their shape. I was always drawing them and challenged by capturing the elusive contours and tapers of this iconic shape. I still have a few of my better attempts somewhere. Seeing what a cool niche you’ve carved for yourself makes me wish I’d kept at it!

Larry Kirkpatrick
Larry Kirkpatrick

Great presentation!. This guy is a car nut and I love it. The ’68 911 is one of my favorites. Thanks for showing a peek at the collection also. I also collect the small stuff. I still have the boxes of car parts( hubcaps, tires, fender skirts, and car manuals from vehicles I actually owned) but so far I have not had a Porsche. 5 kids were always more important than the next car. Now that my body is starting to go, I may let go of the motorcycles and get me one! I am inspired after seeing this!

SantaCruzRed
SantaCruzRed

Great video of a “local”… enjoying what he drives and where he lives. In that sweet spot where vocation and avocation intersect.

Kurt Uzbay
Kurt Uzbay

what a great story,.. told with passion and sincere love for his car and art… we need more guys like Kelly … and i can tell he’s a real driver by his heel-toe work at 0:59…
best- Kurt

Stephen Stuart
Stephen Stuart

Strange that a professed ‘Porsche-nut’ thinks the 911 was introduced in 1966… that’s off by 2 whole years…