See why one man's passion for Porsche's 911 is a German thing
Willhoit's 1971 Pastel Blue 911T wasn't his first Porsche; it was a one-owner basketcase parked outside his sister's neighbor's garage when he found it 20 years ago. Rain water had been draining onto and into it for years, so it was clear to him when he saw it in person that it would be a labor of love to bring it back to life. Of all the things we would expect in a restoration done to this level, it would be a paint job, but, amazingly, the paint is original! Everything else, however, isn't.
Scroll below to watch this new video from Petrolicious, where you'll find out what Willhoit did to restore his personal 911 hotrod and stuff 300 horsepower into it. Just don't think he'll do the same for your Porsche – unless you don't mind waiting a year to get your car into his shop and have a cool $300,000 to spend on the restoration. Enjoy!
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