Some of us are moreÂ eagerÂ than others to become Porsche owners. Â It is safe to assume that every Porsche owner relishes the moment they stepped into their first (real) Porsche and that’s something that aspiring Porsche owners hope to experience for themselves. Â Typically we at 911Nation would applaud the driven Porsche enthusiast (myself included) who works everyday towards owning their first Porsche, but in this case we were left with a loss for words and a slight tilt of the head. Â We don’t want to condone takingÂ desperateÂ measures or short-changing oneself from the ultimate experience (of Porsche Ownership), but we must applaud the enthusiasm and sheer madness that yielded this amazing outcome (apollo lunar landing module metallic finish aside). Â While one can conceive of many ways of achieving lofty goals, such as Porsche ownership, there is only one real way to D.I.Y. and that’s by earning it! Â One thing we must concede, this is perhaps the most Eco-Friendly Porsche concoction to hit the streets!
Do-It-Yourself Porsche Process:
*Special thanks to “EP” who sourced this video for us in the comment section.
This eco-friendly Porsche was created by artist Hannes Langeder, who is featured in the above video presenting his own creation on a test track somewhere in Germany. Â It took him over 1,000 hours to make this using tape, plastic pipes and aluminum foil.
In his own words..
“Because of economic reasons, the Ferdinand GT3 does not have an engine. On the one hand, this provides an enormous loss of weight, on the other hand it reduces the emissions to a low level, breaking records. Another side effect is the enormous trunk. Therefore the Ferdinand can also be used for transportation.”
The “Ferdinand GT3 RS” is on display at the Museum of Art Linz in Austria.
Check out Hannes’ feet on the on the asphalt!!
The Official Studio Shot.
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