Not bad for a power wheels!
Porsche has made a name for itself over the 90 years that its been producing automobiles for being Germany’s premium luxury sports car brand. This incredible prestige comes from good reason as they tend to make a point out of being lighter, quicker, and nimbler than their various competitors. Fans of the brand will remember fondly the exports of cars such as the Porsche 918 Spyder, 924, and the famous 911. However, none of these cars compare to what we're about to show you. This is quite possibly the lighted and best handling Porsche to ever wear the prancing pony’s nameplate. You might think you know, you do not know.
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This is a Porsche 911 GT3 Power wheel, you heard that right we said “Power Wheel”. While most people may fantasize about driving around in a Porsche of their own one day after years of hard labor building a sum of cash to purchase their own. This guy was not content with waiting to get behind the wheel of his childhood dream car. Be it curiosity, ingenuity, or straight-up boredom, something compelled this man to put a 450cc motorcycle engine under the hood of a child's toy car. Now regarded as possibly the only front-engine Porsche 911, this wild child beast has become possibly the fastest Porsche to ever roam the streets.
Starting with a fully custom-built chassis sturdy enough to handle the massive power output of the 450cc motorcycle engine. Feuling that crazy powerhouse is a 1.7- gallon fuel cell which helps the car to sustain this power for extended periods. Not to mention the fact that the car is so light and has so much power that it regularly pops wheelies upon acceleration. This build takes everything to the next level to showcase the insane limits, or lack thereof, of creative human ingenuity.