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Made To Drive | S15 E18

Porsche 911 GT3: The Pinnacle

As far as road car bliss goes, it’s hard to top a four-liter flat-six and three pedals.
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Miura SV
Miura SV
1 year ago

love that color. love that car.

Dennis White
Dennis White
1 year ago

Wouldn’t be a color that I’d even think about for a Porsche, but boy, it sure grows on you especially with the color of the throwback interior. The Club Mulholland site is interesting, but I had no idea that William Mulholland also brought water to areas of the UK! Great video!

Nickg1933
Nickg1933
1 year ago

Very good – just got up watch this over a triple espresso
Enjoyed watching and appreciate having something different. Never owned Porsche therefore always curious and notice when people get these cars sorted for themselves there never send to be any looking back.
The car’s spec is completely owner focused – Great

Anthony Conerly
Anthony Conerly
1 year ago

Every Tuesday I look forward to the opportunity to watch yet another Petrolicious film while at my desk. And as always, you guys never let me down!

Thomas Stukel
Thomas Stukel
1 year ago

Gorgeous car, great video but not able to catch the full narrative. The volume of narrator’s voice tends to trail off to a mumble at the end of his sentences and gets lost in the engine sounds….or, maybe I’m just becoming hard of hearing…

Stephen Stuart
Stephen Stuart
1 year ago

Lovely car but I would have gone with red belts not yellow (I get the yellow on the RSR lights and the ceramic brakes, but the red stripe on the steering wheel would have been well complemented by red belts!
Great film and wish Paul all the best amidst COVID-19.

PaulGeudon
PaulGeudon
1 year ago
Reply to  Stephen Stuart

Thanks Stuart, the film was done some time ago by Petrolicious for Porsche, so it was a nice surprise to see it live today.