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December 3rd, 2015

Have you ever asked yourself what happens to the series of Porsche prototypes, race cars, custom built models and other drool-worthy cars vanish or go? Seldom do we think about genres of Porsche, perhaps look forward to the future or upcomings from ones or keep slobbering after admiring the existing, non-existing restored vintages. What breathes in between these two genres is a drain which directly heads to Porsche’s Stuttgart Museum, a dreamlike mecca for petrolheads!Porsche museum shoot by Steffen Jahn rear of the turbo

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Porsche museum shoot by Steffen Jahn 8 Porsche museum shoot by Steffen Jahn 7Yes! We know this is more or less what you’d imagined or must’ve dreamed of. All credit goes to Stuttgart based photographer Steffen Jahn, who was not only responsible for this charismatic photography exhibiting generations of chi and impetus of the German giant in a way that few have managed previously, but was lucky enough to get a sneak-peek inside this rarely permitted quiet warehouse of the Stuttgart Porsche Museum inside an industrial building’s disguise.Porsche museum shoot by Steffen Jahn 2Porsche museum shoot by Steffen Jahn 3

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Porsche museum shoot by Steffen Jahn 4Not only did he get inside this Porsche lovers lure to photoshoot but he came with memories worth feeding millions of thirsty eyes and hungry hearts of these obscured art on wheels. Sporadic was this moment when this German marque gave access to an ‘outsider’ to capture and publish its secretly stacked sophisticated set of wheels in shielded cases positioned in rows and columns; sporadic for not only the above mentioned three genres, but to the entire hominoid.Porsche museum shoot by Steffen Jahn

H/T: D’marge

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