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16 Comments on "The 911’s Allure Is a German Thing"
I see what you did there, Petrolicious…. open shot straight out of “Le Mans”
and the music is spot on… a little Chet Baker, perhaps?
Been a member of the Porsche “club” 40 yrs. Can’t quit . love the background pics in the shop
Mr. Willhoit, your shop looks nice and tidy.
I have one old, faded picture taken in 1968 of a 1953 Pre A coupe my father owned. He told me he picked it up for $200.
Bent window in front. I’ve never seen another like it.
To think of all the cars that got away…
wonderful video Wyatt ! really well done. Great camera work and background music choice.
Well done on both the film piece, as well as finally moving the business model with embedded adverts…
Ive got to watch LeMans again. Nice intro. Very nice intro.
I planned an even longer Le Mans intro, but sadly I was starved for time. What a film, thanks for noticing!
@Wyatt, loverly bit of film…well done lad!
Matthew, I caught the Le Mans intro as well. 😉 Very nice indeed gentlemen. Top shelf.
Having met a few Germans over the past few years including a few who worked on my house, they are very particular, in the best of ways.
I owned two 912’s, a 67( rust bucket) and a 68 ( hopeless smog apparatus) still fun to drive!
Love the opening ‘homage’ to Steve Mcqueen’s Le Mans, and another great video. The steelies look really cool on the 911.
It’s another great Tuesday.
[b]I too have to get one of these cars! Another great video. [/b]
So nicely done. Great story, great cinematography. I want to visit that shop.
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