Porsche Perfection: Magnus Walker’s 911 “str”

I know this is a pretty bold statement, but this is probably going to be the coolest thing you see all day. Hell, if you’re a Porsche fanatic like myself, it might be the coolest car you see all month. What I’m talking about is the legendary Urban Outlaw Magnus Walker’s latest creation, the car that he himself is referring to as his best build to date; a 1972 Porsche he calls the “STR.”

Spoiler alert: if you’re expecting this to be another one of those posts about how cool Magnus and his massive collection of Porsches are, I’ve got bad news for you; this isn’t that post. There are plenty of those already floating around the web (including our own) and in magazines. This then, is a serious feature of a serious car.

Don’t get me wrong, Magnus is a very cool guy and he does have an amazing shop that I want to die inside of every time I visit, but this is such a strong build that I believe it can retain your full attention without all the mystery and hype typically surrounding the atypical Porsche enthusiast. I think that this is the build that will truly elevate Magnus from a dreadlocked guy in a shed bolting together nine-elevens to a highly regarded car builder.

In short, I think that this will be the 911 that cements the true arrival of Magnus Walker. He’s not some rich “freak”, he’s not a famous Internet documentary star and he’s not the stylist to the rock gods; he’s a world class Porsche builder. While all of his life’s past experiences have definitely helped to shape his automotive vision, this car is so epic that it would stand out in a crowd regardless of who built it.

Those in the know will quickly recognize many of Magnus’ signature bits like his now-synomamous louvered engine cover and integrated R taillights. While there are certainly similarities between this and his first “STR” build, the practice and experience he’s gained from building these cars for years is really beginning to show.

There’s an effortless flow to the car, one where an unassuming bystander might very well think that this is just a pristine example of a showroom stock vehicle. For the Porsche addict there are lots of little details waiting to be spotted and appreciated, many of which are not only fun but rewarding for the die-hard to discover.

For a while now Walker’s work has often been compared to what the guys at Singer Vehicle Design are doing, which is very good company to be associated with no doubt. Up until this car, I would have said they’re a world apart, but I think Magnus is closing the gap quickly. To the naked eye the cars may appear to be extremely similar on the surface, but what actually lies beneath the sheet metal is an entirely different story.

While Singer have made a name for themselves by converting newer Porsches into long-hood replicas complete with the latest and greatest running gear, Magnus sticks to the tried-and-true retro-mod methodology. Like all of his other well-known builds, this car started out its life as an early nine-eleven, Walker has simply accentuated, tuned and tweaked what was there.

This car is Walker’s most thorough build to date and he went through virtually every nut and bolt this time around, leaving no screw unturned. As petrol heads, you’ll all know what I mean when I say that you build your first couple of cars on trial-and-error, but eventually comes a day when all of your mistakes lead to a more perfect build. For Magnus, this is that build.

I think it’s safe to say that Magnus has never owned a car that wasn’t drop-dead gorgeous, but this time around that wouldn’t be enough. This time the car had to drive as well as it looked. That meant going against his traditional low-displacement roots and building a powerful 3.2l short-stroke monster.

When I first visited Magnus with Ben and Larry back in November the car was still a work-in-progress. While the boys carried on about this, that and the other for Ben’s article, I mostly kept to myself and made mental notes about the way these cars are built. I made a promise that day to return to shoot this incredible car once it was all buttoned up.

It seemed for a while like that day might never arrive, but good things always come to those who wait. The finished product is perhaps more beautiful than I ever imagined a car could be. Regardless of whether or not you like Porsches, hell even if you’re not a petrol head at all, if this photo doesn’t get your heart pumping you’re simply not human.

It’s very hard for me to look at this car and not get emotional, there’s just something about the silhouette of a 911 that makes me weak in the knees. Watching how the light and shadow dance across its glorious curves makes me go crazy. I don’t think I could conceive of a more perfect subject. I could literally photograph nothing but this car every day for the rest of my life and die a very happy man.

The keen eye will have noticed by now that the rear fenders are anything but stock. They have been painstakingly re-profiled to add a wider and more aggressive stance to the car without upsetting the natural body lines. The care that was taken to smooth out the edges where the arch begins shows growth in Magnus’ work.

In fact the entire car seems to be a much more refined example of his tastes, something that typically grows with age and experience. You can tell that Magnus is still very interested in modifying his 911s, but he wants to do so in a subtle way that gives a nod and pays respect to the original concept. Take for example the back-dated chrome bezels on the gauges, not many people would have even considered that.

In fact the whole interior comes together exceptionally well. It’s an exquisite balance of form and function and has all the right ingredients to make up a badass track car without coming off boy-racerish. Although the car has a rollbar and four-point harnesses, it looks elegant and inviting. Very well done if I do say so myself.

The steering wheel doesn’t seem out of place either and has a nice vintage patina without being worn out and disgusting. It says to me “come hold me, steer me, feel me kicking back at you Sean…” It’s only by some cruel twist of fate that such a glorious opportunity doesn’t belong to me. One day.

As with most older Porsches, once the engine is completely assembled and shoe-horned back into the bay, there isn’t much eye candy floating about. Once again the key here is subtlety. There aren’t any super slick do-dads to be spotted, but all of the equipment is spic and span with fresh zinc coating and brand new rubbers and plastics.

Of course for Magnus it would be sacrilege to put a water-cooled engine in such a car, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have some beefy fluid lines running to the front. The attention to detail on this build really goes above and beyond with the small touches like the way that the Elephant Racing finned oil cooler lines have been finished in a gold that exactly matches that of the pin-striping and Group 4 wheels.

If you really want to see something sexy you have to get down on your hands and knees to take peek underneath, but for your effort you’ll be rewarded handsomely. At long last, there’s some beautiful stainless to feast your eyes upon. As good as it looks, I can ensure you that the sound is tenfold as impressive.

Hearing the car tearing through lower Grand avenue in downtown Los Angeles was music to my ears. I’d even go so far as to say it was the best sound for miles around, which says a lot considering that the Walt Disney Music Hall where the LA Philharmonic play was only a few hundred meters away!

Last but certainly not least, the compartment under the bonnet has also been given a good once-over. To keep things simple, most of the trunk has been covered in a flat black which allows the gloss black of the long filler-neck gas tank to stand out as the centerpiece.

In addition to miscellaneous bits and pieces of hardware which have been refreshed or replaced, a Rennline battery kit has also been installed complete with a lightweight Odyssey battery. Magnus tells me he is already in talks with Rennline about making his own branded line of accessories like this with a special Urban Outlaw twist.

So there you have it, Magnus Walker’s self proclaimed “best build” which also happens to be my personal favorite. It’s the culmination of a life long passion and determination to build the perfect Porsche. While he might not think he’s there yet, I’d say he’s gotten pretty damn close – I literally can’t stop staring at it.

The car incorporates all of the best bits from his two favorite models of the nine-eleven, the ST and the R, hence the “STR” moniker. It’s somehow fast, loud and violent, yet subtle and sexy. If there were ever a car that could appeal to virtually every person on earth, I think this is it. After taking dozens of photos of it I was forced to make one of the most difficult decisions of my life; choosing a main image.

If you’re like me and simply can’t get enough of this thing, be sure to head over to Magnus’ blog where he has a complete build post containing dozens of photos of the assembly process. Each time I look at this gorgeous machine I’m filled with violent emotions of love and pain in equal parts. I guess in the case of a 911, it’s better to have loved and never owned than to never have loved at all. One day…

1972 Porsche 911 ST “STR 002″

ENGINE

Naturally-aspirated 3.2 liter short stroke flat-six boxer engine built by Aaron at Rennwerks; J.E. pistons; single plug ports; 39 intake/38 exhaust; Hi lift Mod S cams; stock rods with ARP rod bolt;s AASCO racing valvesprings; Titanium retainers; stainless valves; 1-5/8″ headers; M&K twin pipe R muffler; mechanical fuel injection; stacks bored and port-match from 46mm at the opening tapering to 41mm; throttle bodies bored to 41mm; throttle plates port-matched; 69E injection pump re-calibrated for 3.2; isolated oil supply; solinoid delete; thermostat delete; red vent cap; Elephant Racing finned external oil cooler lines; Carrear front mounted oil cooler; long-filler neck fuel tank; Rennline battery kit w/ lightweight Optima battery

DRIVELINE

Rebuilt 915 W LSD transmission; J West gated shifter

SUSPENSION / CHASSIS

Tarrett RSR front and rear sway bars; monoball front upper shock mount with camber adjustment; Wevo semi-solid engine and transmission mounts; Elephant Racing 22-29mm quick-change torsion bars; adjustable spring plates; poly bronze bushings throughout; sealed monoballs; turbo tie-rods; anti-bump steer kit; raised spindles; Bilstein Sport shocks

BRAKES

Early turbo front brakes; m caliper rear; Porterfield pads

WHEELS / TIRES

15×8″(f) / 15×10″(r) Group 4 PAG 15 wheels; 225/50R15 (f) / 275/50/15 (r) Hoosier slicks; 80mm extended wheel studs

CABIN

Reupholstered interior, custom wrapped dash w/ 1-piece knee guard, door panels, door pull straps,seats; Rennline heel-up plates; early 911 screw-in rear view mirror; chrome gauge bezels; harness bar; Schroth 4-point harnesses; Momo steering hub; Raid 3-spoke steering wheel

BODY

All steel 911 T body with re-profiled turbo rear fender flares, custom drilled 911 R bumpers, integrated turn signals and 911 R taillights, louvered deck lid, drilled door handles; lexan quarter windows

Magnus Walker

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1

Great article and fantastic photography! Great job.

2

I have really enjoyed studying Mr Walker's methodology,vintage race car brashness yet with an inviting elegance. Ive been following a similar train of thought with my Z build but at a more plebeian budget. Beautiful car and yes I think Mr Walker's creation will indeed be counted amongst those high end porsche tuners like Singer and RWB.

3

Wow, just ****ing wow.
 
This is what happens when you take one of the best builds on the planet right now and combine it with one of the best photojournalists in the business. This is the new standard of what good looks like.

4

p.s. Send me all of the retina desktops!

5

The second photograph in: OH MY WORD. Such a good post. This car is absolutely perfect. And the photography is next level. If you were a girl, Sean; I'd probably want to date you and buy you things...

6

The closing words are very haunting to me. I have not spent nearly as much time as some have infatuated with the 911, but I have come to have a deep passion for them specifically.
Today marks one month exactly since I bought my first 911, a gorgeous 1984 Carrera. I can tell you, beyond a doubt, they are worth getting and having.
Yes, it is better to have loved and never owned than never loved, but the feeling of getting into the driver's seat of YOUR 911 is unlike anything else..... Don't hesitate. Just do it if you want it. (If I can do it at 24, I'm pretty sure anyone can.)

7

The closing words are very haunting to me. I have not spent nearly as much time as some have infatuated with the 911, but I have come to have a deep passion for them specifically.
Today marks one month exactly since I bought my first 911, a gorgeous 1984 Carrera. I can tell you, beyond a doubt, they are worth getting and having.
Yes, it is better to have loved and never owned than never loved, but the feeling of getting into the driver's seat of YOUR 911 is unlike anything else..... Don't hesitate. Just do it if you want it. (If I can do it at 24, I'm pretty sure anyone can.)

8

woooow sean! just wow.

9

PaddyMcGrathSH damn.

10

Oh dear lord that is perfection! Gonna have to have a little lie down.

11

those wheels look a whole lot like repainted hayashi streets. i mean, i know they aren't, but the spoke shape seems really similar (on the fronts anyway)

12

the general manager at rennline has a pretty sweet 911 also. it would appear having passion for a brand is an excellent start, to making a noteworth car.
http://www.europeancarweb.com/featuredcars/epcp_1211_1974_porsche_911_targa/viewall.html

13

Wow! It is beautiful! Well done!
Now all he has to do is put a GM LS motor in it! Just kidding!

14
Gerben aka Suburuuh

Porsche........ epic name, brand and manufacturer. This car, his builder and Sean's photographic ability do it all justice!
Profound Overwhelming Respected Sublime Car History Ever!

15

But...but...this is awesome. This isn't a hellaflush Civic with a stock motor or something...WHO APPROVED THIS???

16

This article really makes Walker's other work sound shitty or half-assed, which it isn't.

17

absolutely love Sean's photo editing and color work. oh, and the car is not bad either.

18

@firelizard No it doesn't. It's simply saying that this build takes things to a whole new level. And there's more to come from Magnus, too...

19

@firelizard No it doesn't. It's simply saying that this build takes things to a whole new level. And there's more to come from Magnus, too...

20

I'm sorry that's what you took away from it, as Ben stated that's absolutely not what I was insinuating - I was simply implying that this build is on another level and shows a lot of growth in Magnus' vision.

22

No idea how it snuck through the cracks :p

23

@petewagen I would certainly hope that the general manager at Rennline would have a nice car, they make killer parts!

24

@Ross I lmao, my sentiments exactly.

25

@philipprupprecht Thanks Philipp!

26

@MegCarsxGirl If I had the space to park one at night, I'd already own a Porsche. I have to put the horse in front of the cart though, or in this case the garage in front of the 911. The time will come...

27

@Ben Chandler Thank you sir, you're a gentlemen and a scholar. And you're also welcome to buy things anyway, but you can't date me, I'm already taken :p

28

Cool story, bro.

29

@PaddyMcGrath You're way too generous with your compliments Mr. McGrath... please do go on :p

30

@MattAtDoyle Thanks man!

31

@grandtouring Would definitely love to see a Z car built like this!

32

Those holes in the bumper! Omg. I'm gonna get the core drill and do my them on my own car! Lol. Awesome post!

33

This is pretty incredible, great photos and read.

34

@sean klingelhoefer Yeah, I didn't actually think you meant it like that, but had to point out that's how it came across to me, in parts. I understand that you're trying to push the point that this is the pinnacle of his work so far, but lines like the following kind of undermine his previous work.
" the practice and experience he’s gained from building these cars for years is really beginning to show." 
"your first couple of cars on trial-and-error, but eventually comes a day when all of your mistakes lead to a more perfect build" 
"This time the car had to drive as well as it looked."
"I think that this is the build that will truly elevate Magnus from a dreadlocked guy in a shed bolting together nine-elevens to a highly regarded car builder."

35

@sean klingelhoefer Ill get back to you when I'm done haha

36

@jake Laird lol.

37

As a fellow 911 nut, I know how you feel about this car Sean. One day I hope to own a first gen 911 too..

38

@sean klingelhoefer I think that even Mr Walker himself stated once that this car was built to a whole another level and that it might be even too nice for him to drive they way he drives his other porsche, so i would say that the way Sean represented this car was pretty correct in terms of how Mr Walker feels about it.

39

Another stunning build. However, I'm going to put this out there: It would be perfect with normal rear lights. I really don't like the R tailights and I'm not sure why they've become so popular?!

40

Everyone who's interested in the article please watch the documentary! It's called "Urban Outlaw - The Movie" on Vimeo:
 
http://vimeo.com/44410797
 
And absolute must-watch, highly recommended :)

41
speedhunters_dino

Stunning. Stunning on so many levels...

42

Honestly i don't like the colour scheme on this car,but a great build none the less.
The photos are beautiful by the way!

43

@sean klingelhoefer It's amazing how the light on so many of these shots look natural as they fall on the subject. Great use of the location and its features.

44

@sean klingelhoefer  It's amazing how the light on so many of these shots look natural as it falls on the subject. Great use of the location and its features.

45

I love the use of location.  You could remove the car and I would still appreciate the lines, angles, textures, etc.  Excellent article, excellent car, amazing photography.

46

Holy crackpot! Awesomeness.

47
BaberKaleemKhan

Beautiful!

48

Been following Magnus on the Pelican forums for a long time now, he's been blowing up lately. His work is so unique and absolutely stunning.

49

Awesome car, awesome story and awesome photos!! Well done!!

50

I see what you're getting at, but I don't think any of those statements are inaccurate or unfair. Magnus is not a car builder by profession, he does not have a shop dedicated solely to building cars, nor does he have a team of people working for him to do so. I was simply trying to illustrate the fact that he is quite literally, essentially a guy in a shed - but he's a guy in a shed doing the work of a whole team of people. I think he'd echo much of those statements and with every car you build - or in my case photograph I take - you gain experience through trial and error and it makes you better. We all make mistakes, it's part of being human, those who achieve greatness simply learn from them.

51

@grandtouring please do :)

52

@Curlytop Adding lightness works every time!

53

@Mike Garrett You stole my line!

54

@goodmorningboss I could take them or leave them, but I definitely understand where you're coming from. If it were my build I'm not so sure I'd go out of my way to do that modification, but I do appreciate it and the fact that they've been grafted in.

55

@Branchan I'd guess that by now virtually everyone reading this has already seen the film, but if not it is absolutely a MUST SEE. In fact, I might just go watch it again!

56

@speedhunters_dino If you ever come to LA I've got to take you to his shop.

57

@IamPhil That's because the light is natural! Can't beat the sun when it comes to consistency in your light source :)

58

Thanks James, much appreciated coming from you!

59
thespeedjournal

Mr, Walker you are the Man! That is one sick ride. Magnificent!   I need a Porsche  in the worst way!

60

Beautiful photos sir. Absolutely beautiful.

61

Thanks for all those gorgeous wallpapers!

62

If this is his best build, this is some of your best photography yet.beautiful car.

63

i think you mean herrafrush

64

I'm not a big 911 fan but these pictures are too awesome. Desktop time.

65

Quite a boner for this car, Sean has.  I don't know--it doesn't have the same affect on me.  Extremely subtle can be said for everything Porsche except RWB and for me I can't appreciate such changes.  I'm far more interested in Nakai's creations personally.

66

this car looks like it has down syndrome and doesnt look exciting at all. cool story bro

67

..that set of photos underneath the overpass - damn - brilliant work..!

68

Effin' sick!
If I were Magnus, I would leave the car white (all white), and paint the wheels black, and get some Recaro SPG.

69

magnus>rauh fella....
glad it's not rauh ruin work...magnus show how a porker should be....

70

@ddudlext +1 for that!

71

So after that read, of an amazing car with amazing pictures, I can hardly wait to get to the bottom to get that lovely 3.2L engine shot for my wallpaper. I tell myself, "Its down there, you'll get to it...just keep reading". And so I read on even though I want to look at all the pictures because I truly love Porsches and I think your article proved you do too. So I get to the end and think "that was a great read!" and "now time for my wallpaper!" I scroll to be rewarded with an awesome shot of that 3.2L in all of its perfection and yellow/gold/dreamy lighting and ITS NOT THERE!
 
 
Why can I has no 3.2 out of car for my background in high res?

72
Charles Montgomery III

Appealing to his car collecting nature, has Magnus spoke with other builders aside from singer, such as RWB USA? I Know that he prides his own build, which is a beautiful machine both mechanically and aesthetically speaking, but I was curious of what he thinks of other Porsche builders.

73
Jeroen Willemsen

Truly a masterpiece and captured as only you can Sean, Bravo!!

74

What a machine! Absolutely loving this masterpiece!

75

Wonderful read and awesome photography! I have always enjoyed your pictures Sean, keep up the great work. Not trying to be inconsiderate but what do his cars go for? I to would enjoy having a 911 in my garage some day but is this level of car porn even attainable?

76

F1SuperSwede Looks great, doesn’t it? I want louvred lexan rear side windows, louvred deck lid and front centred fuel fill tank for #911SWB

77

PaulGeudon It looks LOVELY, I was just about to suggest those mods to you. ;-)

78

I don't know for sure, but if I had to guess I'd imagine over $200k for something like this.

80

@Charles Montgomery III Funny you should mention that, he's actually working on an article now for Total 911 where he has to pick his favorite 25 Porsches of all time, there just might be some other tuners in there ;)

81

@ZachAldrich If you look at the watermark on that image, you'll notice I didn't shoot it. Unfortunately Magnus only supplied me with a very small file (in fact I think it had to be up-resd to get to Speedhunter's 800px format) which couldn't possibly be turned into a background. Sorry!

82

@JDMized If it were my car I'd do something quite similar too lol. His well-known track car has SPGs in it, I think this time around he wanted to do something a little more subtle. Changing seats in an early 911 is cake though.

84

@zephoto If you would have asked me five years ago, I probably wouldn't have understood what was so special about this car while I'd be drooling over RWB. Your tastes unquestionably change with age, and while RWB is very cool, there is more than one way to skin the proverbial cat. I can appreciate both.

86

@ddudlext Perhaps not some of my best, but unquestionably some of the best I've produced for this site!

87

@vladskywakler You're more than welcome!

89

@twincamRob Glad you liked it :)

90

@dpdan93 You know what's crazy to me about the Pelican forums, is how anyone can actually sift through all the crap to find the good posts. I've been on there for years but I've never had the patience to actually stick around. It's one boring post after another most of the time lol.

91

I keep coming back to look at these photographs. They're too good, Sean.

92

And considering that I don't really like you, that's a massive compliment!

93

I've now realized that every time I go to the LA Gun Club and Urth Cafe, I subconsciously hope that I'll run into one of these beautiful Porches with a young Santa Claus in the driver's seat.

94

@sean klingelhoefer I gave my opinion because the Porsches he builds are not a punch in the face like Nakai's RWB, (all great creations).
So, to keep it even more low key, I suggested to leave this particular Porsche just plain "boring" white, paint the same rim black and toss in a pair of Recaro.
(if memory serves me right Magnus has another Porsche with Momo bucket seats).

95

@sean klingelhoefer I gave my opinion because the Porsches he builds are not a punch in the face like Nakai's RWB, (all great creations).
So, to keep it even more low key, I suggested to leave this particular Porsche just plain "boring" white, paint the same rim black and toss in a pair of Recaro.
(if memory serves me right Magnus has another Porsche with Momo bucket seats).

96

@Ben Chandler boohoo.

97

sean - is it possible to get that last photo as a wallpaper?

98
Gerben aka Suburuuh

@Branchan I did and thank you for that! I was enjoying this movie about Magnus a LOT! And as Sean said, likely I'm going to watch it even more ;)

99

This dude can take some f%#kin pictures. Them shits is hot.

100

Awesome feature Sean!

102

@LouisYio It's bound to happen sooner or later!

103

@NORE I doubt I'll be adding any more desktops, sorry!

104

Thank you, I've done it once or twice before ;)

105

@Phil Robles Thanks Phil!

106

this is the car of the year!!Sure!

107

I have seen a few pictures of this epic 911, these are by far the best I have seen until now. The darker shots accentuate the cars lines, you really have to love the car to place it like that. The last desktop is very original. Spot on!

108

Gorgeous photos and a beautiful car!

109

@sean klingelhoefer as far as car shoots go, which is your best in your opinion then? my wife has to choose an art elective in the fall to finish her degree and luckily she picked photography and I can finally justify to myself, the cost of a DSLR and beginner kit out. just couldn't push myself to burn that kind of cash for a camera before but now I "have" to do it so she can finish school.

110

Just WOW, great pictures of a beautiful car Sean!

111

burnout_pt já viste o Singer 911?

112

Madril yup. Mas prefiro os one-off do Magnus :)

113

The use of light is epic!
The rear arches from behind almost look animalistic, stretched muscle under a tight white veneer.
Excellent pictures...

114

Well said, Sean! That thing is a beauty!!

116

Absolutely stunning build. Modified, yet still original looking, my fave kind of build. Fantastic shots as well!

118

what shift knob is that? pretty

119

I keep telling myself..."one day shieldsyo...one day...you will own a Porsche"
Too f'n bad it will not be this one...Awesome job Sean, I follow you on Instagram so I had a feeling this would be on here too, so glad to get some words with the car porn you supplied here. And just like regular porn, I skipped over those words and went to the pictures first.
Magnus, you sir build some nice fucking cars.

120

Haha I know the felling my friend!

121

You know I forgot to ask but was thinking the same thing when I was going through the photos. Wouldn't be surprised if Magnus made it, but I also wouldn't be surprised if it's a readily available aftermarket piece.

123

I won't be adding any more desktops, sorry!

124

@Dribkram Thanks for the compliment, I'm glad you appreciate them!

125

@koko san I get lucky every once in a while ;)

126

@RodChong  @Ben the truth comes out.

127

porsche 917 shift knob - laminated wood
 
rare but sometimes you can find replicas for sale
just found a listing with several available on ebay...
 
this and the vw black golfball are the coolest shift knobs ever designed

128

Awsome build, been following his stuff for a while. Don't like porsches personally but love this one. The rear arches are hinting towards a RWB style but I prefer Magnus's take on it, suits the car lines better.

129

Awsome build, been following his stuff for a while. Don't like porsches personally but love this one. The rear arches are hinting towards a RWB style but I prefer Magnus's take on it, suits the car lines better.

130

He got a bit carried away with the bog on this one. WTF was he thinking filling in those 911R taillights?

131

He got a bit carried away with the bog on this one. WTF was he thinking filling in those 911R taillights?

132

Good call on the porterfields...  I assume r4s pads.  I am in love with them on my street/track e46m3

133

Good call on the porterfields...  I assume r4s pads.  I am in love with them on my street/track e46m3

134

@ddudlext I don't know if I could pick one (I don't really like any of my work lol), but I have literally dozens of higher caliber shoots than this. Speedhunters is what I do in my free time when I'm not making a real living from photography ;)
 
In terms of emotion and cool factor, I think this is a wonderful shoot and I'm very pleased with the results considering I spent maybe one hour shooting the car with all natural light. But for me to really release a photographic #maximumattack, I need hours or days with the car, lots of expensive gear and a team of assistants. Think of this as a "pickup game" so to speak.

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@ddudlext I don't know if I could pick one (I don't really like any of my work lol), but I have literally dozens of higher caliber shoots than this. Speedhunters is what I do in my free time when I'm not making a real living from photography ;)
 
In terms of emotion and cool factor, I think this is a wonderful shoot and I'm very pleased with the results considering I spent maybe one hour shooting the car with all natural light. But for me to really release a photographic #maximumattack, I need hours or days with the car, lots of expensive gear and a team of assistants. Think of this as a "pickup game" so to speak.

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@ddudlext I don't know if I could pick one (I don't really like any of my work lol), but I have literally dozens of higher caliber shoots than this. Speedhunters is what I do in my free time when I'm not making a real living from photography ;)
 
In terms of emotion and cool factor, I think this is a wonderful shoot and I'm very pleased with the results considering I spent maybe one hour shooting the car with all natural light. But for me to really release a photographic #maximumattack, I need hours or days with the car, lots of expensive gear and a team of assistants. Think of this as a "pickup game" so to speak.

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@ddudlext I don't know if I could pick one (I don't really like any of my work lol), but I have literally dozens of higher caliber shoots than this. Speedhunters is what I do in my free time when I'm not making a real living from photography ;)
 
In terms of emotion and cool factor, I think this is a wonderful shoot and I'm very pleased with the results considering I spent maybe one hour shooting the car with all natural light. But for me to really release a photographic #maximumattack, I need hours or days with the car, lots of expensive gear and a team of assistants. Think of this as a "pickup game" so to speak.

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mutu_8 bua que inchaoo...

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mutu_8 bua que inchaoo...

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durutxurtu te a gustau eee...parece ser que yo también te conozco jajajajajaajajaja

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durutxurtu te a gustau eee...parece ser que yo también te conozco jajajajajaajajaja

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mutu_8 jajajajajajajaj puede ser... http://t.co/vlQvQqDFk0Fk0

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mutu_8 jajajajajajajaj puede ser... http://t.co/vlQvQqDFk0Fk0

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mutu_8 jajajajajajajaj puede ser... http://t.co/vlQvQqDFk0Fk0

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Great photos!  You did this car justice!

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Your 911 T 1972 Looks INSANE!!  just Amazing Classic!!  Great Job!! I have one in the Islands waiting for it to get back on the road!! this will make me do something with it!! much aloha

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Well thats a greatly build 911 but lets face it... its not only the car, but the phographers experience!... great shoting, u got great skills right there ;D !!

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