I always think of NYC as the anti-car city. The traffic is terrible. The roads are terrible. Street parking is a scam and parking garages are too. But some incredible cars hide out here.
Watch them fly, hear them sing.
At first glance, the last thing you’d assume was that Magnus Walker was a prolific Porsche builder and tuner. Muscle cars? Maybe. Porsches? Unlikely. But maybe that’s why he was the perfect choice to help Hot Wheels customize its new collection of classic 1:64-scale Porsches.
That will likely not buff right out.
We’ve covered Magnus Walker’s insane treatments of the original Porsche 911 many times. And every time we think he’s outdone himself, he comes right back and outdoes himself again. And this month where did he show up with his 277 numbered 911? My backyard.
You like the 997 GT2, right? Of course you do. How about one with an engine tuned by SharkWerks to produce 775 horses at the crank?
When shopping for a second-hand 911, a used and abused track rat might not be at the top of your list. Here's Magnus Walker to explain why you're wrong.
With an air-cooled Porsche 911 Turbo at night. Duh!
In the summer of 2013 Tamir Moscovici was shooting the C7 at the El Mirage lake bed for his upcoming Sony Playstation feature documentary, 'KAZ'. While filming the team had a surprise visit from their favorite Outlaw.
Oh. My. Word. Soooo much want.
Dreadlocked Magnus Walker does not fit in with Porsche's modern image. Neither do his cars. He has one of the greatest collections of classic air-cooled 911s there is, and he's sharing them with the world in one short film.
Magnus Walker might not look like the typical Porsche aficionado, but there is little room for doubt of the man's true P-car devotion after watching this video.