We won't bore you by rewriting a potted history of the 1964 Porsche Carrera GTS (or 904 as many prefer to call it), or indeed Mr Walter Rohrl. Look them both up on Wikipedia if you don't know why we we've got a pristine example of the former safely stored in the PH fantasy garage, while the latter has been awarded eternal membership of the PH Hall of 'Legendary Driving God And Thoroughly Nice Bloke With It' Fame.
But watch this first. Courtesy of the Porsche official YouTube channel, it's a 904/GTS from the Porsche Museum getting a workout a la Walter.
'Nuff said, etc.
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