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18 Comments on "One Car to Do It All: Jack Olsen’s 911"
Hi, can you tell me what lift you used in your phenomenal garage? I’m interested in something like that!
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What’s the violin score that starts at the 5:06 mark?
This is amazing. I will be keeping my Stingray in the same way. What a great philosophy when it comes a car you just love.
This guy is a true inspiration. I’ve seen this film so many times and I never get tired of it.
What a great video with a great story to be told! It really inspired me and change the way how I think about cars. Keep up the good work Petrolicious! I love the way you guys are sharing this fantastic passion with cars!
Best video yet. You guys should make this the bar to beat! I think its great in terms of length, structure, content, everything. Keep at it and thanks for all the hard work!
This video gives a young man like myself drive to do this very thing with my future 911. Top work, the video is brilliant, this site is brilliant!
The car is astonishing, but the garage and the person behind it is equally impressive. Thank you Petrolicious for creating a virtual realm where car enthusiast from all over the world can gather.
A really nice video and very inspiring. I really enjoyed it.
But I have a question. What classic song was chosen starting round 5:15?
Very beautiful car, a nice demonstration that power isn’t everything.
Was directed here by a couple people today – terrific work! Great camera shots, you let the guy speak and us enjoy the car vicariously. From one blogger to another, terrific content and great site. Look forward to seeing more and more
stories like these are why I choose to be a petrolhead. yes, I probably have 1 too many cars, and yes they take up waaay too much space, but well worth it when you take a drive on a nice day. awesome Porsche but equally awesome garage!!!
This short film made me realise how special Petrolicious is. I expect this website to grow exponentially in 2013 for this reason.
Thank you, Florijn! Really appreciate your support and contributions.
Wow! Wow! And wow! I want! Jack Olsen is a lucky man.
I think we all do Zippy, we all do.
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