Magnus Walker and Sung Kang both have some pretty special rides.
These guys are two serious car collectors. Magnus Walker is famous for his incredibly built Porsches while Sung Kang is best known for his role as Han in the Fast and Furious franchise. Kang may have risen to popularity as an actor, but he has also dabbled in the car making business. You may remember his custom Datsun 240Z with an RB26 engine taken from a Skyline GT-R. Kang brought his amazing "Fugu Z" to meet Magnus Walker on Angeles Crest Highway in LA and drive his amazing 1971 911T 277. This was a meet-up of epic proportions.
The video is titled "Furious Outlaws," combining "Fast and Furious" with Magnus Walker's nickname, "The Urban Outlaw." The Porsche and the Datsun are pretty special, but which one would you rather drive home at the end of the day?
Walker compared the Fugu Z to a cross between an E-Type Jaguar and a European Ford Capri. Meanwhile, Kang says that the 911 has "soulfulness" and feels different from the Z because of its modern components. What you have here are two different approaches to building classic cars. One way is to use "the best" components available today to try and build the best car. We can see this method with the Fugu Z. The other method is to replicate what was done in the past, only to do it better using the knowledge that we have today. This is how Magnus Walker builds most of his Porsche cars, and is certainly an interesting process.