This collection of white Porsches is what dreams are made of
Get ready, Porsche lovers: this isn't a dream, and no, you haven't died and gone to heaven - this place actually exists!
If, like me, you’re a complete Porsche nut, then the video enclosed in this article will convince you that your life has ended, and you’ve been transported to heaven. But I assure you, this place really exists.
Known simply as “the white collection”, each and every Porsche in this extensive collection is painted white - along with the walls and ceiling of the building, and the floors and furniture. In fact, I’d be surprised if anyone was even allowed to enter this space if they weren’t wearing all white.
Delving deeper into this collection shows that it chronicles the evolution of each specific type of 911. There is a series of Carrera RS’s, before the collection jumps over to the GT3 RS’s of the present day. There’s a plethora of Turbos, a smorgasbord of GT2’s, a variety of Speedsters, and a bunch of Targas. And if that wasn’t enough, there is also some other Porsche treats beyond the 911.
356 A Carrera 1600
A line of 356’s show Porsche’s legacy pre-911 - which includes a stunning 356 A Carrera 1600 from 1959. Considered by many as the first real race-focused Porsche for the road, thanks to a honey of an engine from the 550 racer, it might just be one of the most special cars in the entire building.
There’s also a series of flagship hypercars, from the 959 to the modern 918. But beyond everything, there is one jewel that outshines every other in the crown: a 911 RSR road car. A custom build by the previous owner who wanted to be able to take his 911 racing car on the street, it brings pure muscle together with a vicious noise you wont hear in any other Porsche.
Along with all the cars, there’s also a stunning collection of Porsche memorabilia - which includes posters, champagne flutes, skis, coats, luggage sets, mountain bikes, and loads more. There’s even an extensive technical library, documenting everything from spare parts lists to workshop manuals dating from 1950. See for yourself in the below video.
Interestingly, there’s also a “living quarters” in the building, which really does beg the question: when can I move in?!
But now I want to ask you guys: what’s your favourite car from this collection? Let me know in the comments.
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