Even if you're not a huge Porsche-phile like some of us are, the famed Porsche Museum in Stuttgart is reason enough to take a trip to Germany.
Porsche doesn't need a flux capacitor to turn back time. It's got a shop where the most haggard, wrung-out and beaten-down members of the vast Stuttgart diaspora can be rebuilt and rejuvenated. Welcome to Porsche Classic. Don't step on any 959s, please.
Ever wonder what Porsche 356Bs looked like coming together in Stuttgart? Here is some excellent factory footage showing various stages of manufacturing the little sports cars. Click through to see the second part of the video as well.
(Breathless.) And you know what that means? (Hyperventilating!) I have an eBay account! (Checking bank balance...) I could totally bid on this! (No cash!) Want. (Where's a Nigerian wire-transfer offer when you need it?) [Ebay]
Yep, that's a 911 GT3 RS, complete with factory-installed roll bar, a wailing flat six, a ten-year-old driver drifting it like a champ, and... wait, what?!?
We're not going to tell you how it got there. We're not even going to tell you why it wasn't on the New York Auto Show floor. But we will tell you about the awesome techno-marvel that is its flywheel.
A word of advice: This is exactly what it says it is, and it's not for the faint of heart. It took place in Berlin, but we haven't determined when. We'll say it only once: This kind of sucks.
Given that Stuttgart only built twenty-five, the answer is "never." Canepa Design has this one sitting on its showroom floor in Scotts Valley, California, just outside of San Francisco. Shouldn't every afternoon have a little German ubercar in it?
Porsche has packed its highly precise heritage into a new Museum in Stuttgart. The best part? You can rent the whole thing out and pretend your name's "Ferry."
What's this under wraps at the Porsche factory at Stuttgart? Judging from all those weird shapes propping up the tarp, Dutch site AutoGespot says it could be the 928 replacement reportedly set to arrive after the Panamera four-door coupe. It does have Porsche wheels, though it looks a bit unformed. Kind of like they…