Magnus Walker’s Porsche 911T

June 8, 2013

Magnus Walker talks all things Porsche. We hear about his collection of 911s then we go outside to see his beautifully built outlaw 911T.

Show Credits

Producer: Jeff Fox
Audio Engineer: Chris Laxamana
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10 thoughts on “Magnus Walker’s Porsche 911T

  1. doof

    another great show, that magnus is a pretty cool dude. I watched that video & checked his website. love those 911’s. where is the pics of adams car you talked about? thanks again guys

  2. kevindk

    A good interview with Magnus, I have been following his blog on Pelican for 2 years, lots of great stuff

    Tan Gent: With all of the recent hype of Fast and Furious 6, I Netflix’d to catch missed episodes, nothing came up, except for a 1955 “The Fast and the Furious”. Pops and I decided to give it a try. It was a nice little surprise. Lots of vintage (modern) racing, violence & romance, a glance at a Porsche and Pebble Beach, and instructions on how to hotwire a Jag. The perfect date night B movie.

    Tan Gent 2: Stop bagging on the Porsche 928, it is a great touring car for it’s era. It was the first “from scratch” design for Porsche. Prices are reasonably cheap, repairs from a dealer are costly, but if you can turn a wrench and read a blog, most fixes are easy. Give one a try.

  3. Tony

    Great show with Magnus, I’ve been following him for a while. Talking about the 86 944 turbo brought back some great memories of my first porsche; it was a fantastic car to drive at the time. Would love to see more shows with Magnus. Keep up the great work.

  4. Jeff

    I love the old style Porsche Body, all the way up to 1994 , I make a 1/18 scale James Dean Spyder , I Kind of concider myself the Magnus Walker of small diecast, I have been at it for 10 years ,, check it out if ya want at
    I would like to make a few of Magnus’s cars in 1/18 scale someday….right now im over here in the war zone and building is a slow process.
    Take care

  5. Alix Sumas

    Keep a spare tire and a jack with you all the time. Most vehicles come with them, but you want to check anyway. If you get stuck in an unknown area, these items are crucial to have. It’s cheaper to do on your own.

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