What better way to start the day (any day for that matter) than "A-Porsche-Thread", fresh brewed steaming hot black coffee, a few videos of two gorgeous 1:1 models playing sweet Porsche "music" with a "video bomb" by a 917 in the second video (I don't think even Bach or Wagner could have written anything so beautiful), followed by a few pics of another car in my garage with live footage from the actually race it won.
(text in parentheses courtesy of original YT poster)
Crank up the volume,
"1967 Porsche 910 (chassis number 910 013)".
"Porsche 908 LH. The car should be chassis number #004 which raced in the 1968 Monza 1000 km by Ludovico Scarfiotti and Gerhard Mitter. The car is one of the few 908 LH ("Langheck" which means "Long Tail" in german) that originally was built with a steel chassis instead of the aluminium one".
My Vic Elford/Gerard Larrousse Porsche 908/3 which finished 1st at the 1971 Nurburgring 1000 Km, accompanied by actual footage of the race:
The YT video intro comment makes interesting reading apart from the first line listing Derek Bell and Jo Siffert as the winners when in fact actual winners were Vic Elford and Gerard Larrousse in the No 3 Martini Porsche 908/3.
Hope you enjoyed.