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Porsche 911 rescues a Toyota Tacoma





12 March 2019


The Porsche 911 is the default sportscar these days, but many people don’t realise that it actually has a rallying history.

This rally heritage is making a bit of a comeback, as more than a few “safari” cars have been built over the last few years.

This particular 911 is a bit different, as you might have noticed.

It was built by a man called Jason Lightner, who has a history of building mad 911s.

Jason was out in the woods when he spotted a fellow off-road enthusiast in a Toyota Tacoma having some troubles.

As you can see in the video below, he had no trouble pulling him out of a sticky situation.

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Gepostet von Jason Lightner am Montag, 4. März 2019