There’s a group of guys over in Germany focused on the artistry of the air-cooled automobile, and with each photoset that they toss into my inbox, I’m more and more impressed by their vision and taste. As evidenced by a number of Porsche builds that have graced the pages here on StanceWorks (911T + 912), the gents at Rooshers have a knack for air-cooled automobiles. They approach each build with a unique perspective that balances between two ends of the spectrum.
They say that two is better than one, and we hope our readers feel the same when it comes to StanceWorks posts. We offer a second look at the Rooshers 911T we featured early last week. This time, however, we get to see it in motion. Click that full-screen button, turn your speakers up, and enjoy everything the Stuttgart-crested marque has to offer.
ROOSHERS PORSCHE – THE 1970 PORSCHE 911ST from rooshers. on Vimeo.
It was two years ago that we were given the chance to showcase Daniel Schaefer’s talents, put to use on what he dubbed the 911 GT: a 912-bodied race car that embraces everything we’ve come to love about the 911, from its heritage to its aesthetics. Today, Daniel is proud to unveil his latest build, a 1970 911T that harks back to the S/T FIA Group 4 racers of the era.