This 1968 Porsche 911L Is Barely Legal But It's So Perfect

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Nothing like driving around a street-legal race car.

You’ve probably heard of Spike Feresten, a former "Saturday Night Live," "Late Show with David Letterman," and "Seinfeld" writer (he the epic Soup Nazi episode). He’s also a serious car guy, like Seinfeld. Both are big Porsche fans but it was Feresten who bought this epic 1968 Porsche 911L. This particular 911L was originally a Trans-Am competition racer, but it’s gone down in Porsche history because of a certain photo of it taken at Sebring used for advertising. It was that photo which Feresten (and so many others) absolutely loved for years.

But one day Feresten was walking around a used car lot and spotted this red 911. He didn’t know it was THAT 911 from the photo, but figured it was special because of its racing features. Instinct said to buy it on the spot. Oh, and it’s loud as hell. The crew over at Petrolicious had a chance to meet Feresten and his beloved Porsche.

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