⚑ In the last year, I’ve talked about Rufford Ford more than once.
Since discovering videos of (many) UK drivers inexplicably sending it through a flooded road, I’ve been hooked—as have millions of other viewers. Confirming 2022 as a pretty crap year for many, especially for those who live nearby, local authorities have decided to close the road for good.
Rufford Ford is finished. First, let’s talk about a Martini-branded Porsche you may have seen before…
Stuttgart, Germany— I’m just going to say it: Stimfig’s inventory is ridiculous, in a lottery win kind of way.
When there’s a 1-of-77 2020 Porsche 935 (991.2) racing car on the lot, however, tunnel vision is bound to kick in.
You have my attention if it’s a 700+ horsepower, not street legal, slantnose Porsche with 911 GT2 RS bones and cookie cutter megaphones out back. Cookie. Cutter. Megaphones. You know—those sectioned, flared exhaust tips that helped to give vintage racing Porsches their crisp sound. (First image.)
I’m sitting on the sidelines wondering which classic livery to wrap it in, and if there’s a way to make its aero wheel covers more obnoxious-looking.
To me, it’s begging for a lifetime of private trackday sessions in some variation of a mirror finish and neon green wheels, racking up the mileage as its Sport Chrono watch—on the dash—ticks on by.
Only downside? Its €2,000,000 asking price. Visit the dealer below. And for anyone who speaks German…is Google Translate lying, or is stimpfig = ‘stubborn’ in English?
see also :: @stimpfig on Instagram
Whenever Bertone shows something new, the world tends to notice.
Yeah, it’s a limited-edition supercar, as if the world needs any more of them. In my opinion, the world does need more custom websites for cars that present this millions-of-Euros design in a compelling way.
Bertone hasn’t given up much in the way of information, besides the headline stats below and the fact it can run on waste fuel. More to come, surely…