Soothing soft shapes that go real fast
Patrick George, writing for Jalopnik, described this video:
But while not all of us are able to drop what we're doing and just fly over to Deutschland to scope out some badass sportscars and racecars, our friends at the fabulous Japanese car magazine MotorHead went ahead and did it for us — and they made this sweet video of all the wonderful things hidden inside.
The video takes a close look at some very notable Porsches, including the original 356, the Type 754 design study that predated the first 911, and the legendary 917. And the best part is that they aren't just exhibits — "There are around 150 cars in the museum and 90 percent of them are kept in ready to run condition," the narrator says.
4 weeks ago
MOTORHEAD went to Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany and witnessed glorified machines of the new and old. There are around 150 cars in the museum and 90% of them are kept in the condition as ready to run.
Motorhead would like to thank Porsche for allowing us to film in their beautiful museum.
Mike "FossilMedic" Ward
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