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Great little 912 you have there Antoine !!. Really good to see these cars out being used as they should be. Both Julien and you seem to enjoy your cars for all the right reasons. There are just so much fun to drive, I’ve got a 69 and I too get the ‘time campsule’ vibe when whizzing around the country lanes here in England. 🙂
This is no porsche flat four, its a volkswagen flat four. You can hear it and see it.
Felix, since it is my engine in the back of this yellow bahama, I can assure you it is a original 1967 porsche 912’s engine. 🙂
Quelle magnifique voiture!
Antoine tu est très chanceux de pouvoir conduire une voiture si mythique dans vos splendides paysages européen.
Continue de rouler avec passion !
Ah, again someone is captivated by the early mystique of a small, light 4 cylinder rear engine car, as in this case, a vintage Porsche 912, something so different in feeling and temperament from the modern, huge, 928 sized current 911, as different from this 912 as chalk from cheese..
Hopefully Petrolicious will someday taste the small, four cylinder rear engined NSU TT for another delightful flavor of the enjoyable, so driveable, so tossable, rear engine formula. HINT!!
fantastic film, it made me smile 🙂
nice to see a french german car. great looking car and happy to see it on the road despite the value. As K-rot from vintage autohaus say, an aircooled is built to be drove…
nice car but also nice artwork, i wish you the best in that business….
Francois, what do you mean by ‘a French German car’ ?
Petrolicious. Or was it Porscholicious? There are other cars/brands out there guys.
Nice work, and what a perfect 912. Haven’t seen anyone that perfect unrestored car for a long time! @Antoine Gaslais
This is one I very much look forward to watching later tonight as I am actively looking for a patinated 912 that requires mechanical restoration.
That was fantastic. I love the car and the color. It stands out without being ostentatious.
Love the car and the screen prints . Where can we buy his art work
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