One of the most fanatical people in the world when it comes to the Porsche 911 is now selling a classic 1965 model.
You remember Magnus Walker, also known as the Urban Outlaw? He's the bona fide Porsche 911 fanatic from Los Angeles who specializes in just one car. We're sure you can guess which one. Anyway, the man who was the subject of a documentary, also titled "Urban Outlaw" is now selling one of his 911s. Funny thing is, Walker originally posted this add anonymously but the folks over at Flat Sixes discovered his identity. This particular one is a 1965 MY coupe powered by a 2.0-liter flat-six and paired to a five-speed manual.
It has just 23,000 miles on the clock. Walker states that he's owned the car since 2010 and he only got the car running roughly two weeks ago.
He did a decent amount of work to it such as giving it fresh oil, new plug wires and a working distributor, battery and front calipers. However, it hasn't been restored by him and he has very few of the car's records. Walker also says this old 911 isn't a road worthy daily driver until some major work has been done on it. Still, it's a classic 911 that's in overall solid shape that just needs some tender love and care. The current bid, as of this writing, is already up to $80,000. Thanks Steve for the tip off.