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on May 27th, 2016

There are two kinds of petrolheads in this world, those who love Porsche’s and those who find it a wee bit hard to love them, but both sides equally respecting the absolute legacy of this German Supercar making brand. Many a time you can find Porsche lovers and (sort of) critics having long and thorough discussions about the sheer pull Porsche’s have gathered throughout its history. The Video below deals in just this sort of thing. In this video, a self-confessed ‘not a big follower of Porsche’ tells us how the 1973 Porsche 2.7 Carrera RS has power to Convert Critics into Fans.

The Video below is by a YouTube Channel that goes by the name – Seen Through Glass which has a rather huge subscriber base of more than 160000 and it deals with, yes, you guessed it rights, niche premium cars. In a video posted by them on April 14th, 2016, The founder of Seen Through Glass and an owner of a gorgeous Jaguar F-Type R Coupe talks about how he never really has been obsessed with the Porsche’s like the way most of us are, however, his recent drives with the Porsche GT3 and the 1973 Porsche 2.7 Carrera RS  changed his perception of incredible the Porsche’s are, where in their original classic trim or in their latest ultra modern models.

A little heads up, the 1973 Porsche 2.7 Carrera RS that Sam drives in the video below has a price tag of a whopping 1.2 million dollars, watch the video below and let us know if you are on the Porsche side or the soon to arrive to the Porsche side, in the comments section below.

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