By now you’ve probably heard of Magnus Walker, right? Well in case you haven’t, he’s a British immigrant living in Downtown Los Angeles with his wife, their dogs…and his fleet of early Porsche 911s. As the owner of a clothing company and multiple old warehouses and other buildings in the surrounding neighborhood, he can afford to horde vintage air-cooled sports cars like “normal” people horde things like snowglobes and used-by-celebrities napkins. If you still need to know more about Mr. Walker, check out the documentary Urban Outlaw (which made our gearhead documentary top 10 list a while back).
This time around, however, we’re focusing on another, much shorter video chronicling Magnus and his Porsches. It’s called Turbo Fever, and it’s pretty much Magnus spending a day cruising his 1976 Turbo Carrera (one of the first 930s imported to the U.S.) around Southern California. If you ask us, there’s just something inherently right about the combination of those Fuchs wheels, that “Whale Tail” spoiler, and a twisting two-lane road. Just make sure you plan your throttle usage wisely, lest you find yourself hurting into the flora tailpipe-first.