A story by guest writer, crazy man, and good friend Tino @oakgruenmetallic: Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo and Raphael.
Earlier this year, I had an idea, and so I invited fellow Porkers to join Eva on a simple mission: bring a green Touring and let’s go driving. Our trip included a visit to a Porsche collection that puts the ‘green’ back in #makegreengreatagain, a coffee at the Museum, some stints on empty German Autobahns, tight and twisty Schwabian countryside roads, as well as the obligatory stop at Friedrichshöhle Restaurant (where rumour has it, the largest pack of 911 R ever, has been seen hunting in the wild 🤷♂). The four Tourings were Jade Green (227 - now known as Hellgrün, an only recently approved PTS colour for the 991 which Porsche initially created in the 70s as a ‘safety colour’ or Sicherheitsfarbe on account of its bright hue), Black Olive (2A7 - one of the rarest greens on modern Porsches), British Racing Green (21D - a true classic) and Oak Green Metallic (22L - a metallic green that first appeared on Ferry Porsche’s test cars in the ‘70s). I let you be the judge if it looked fun! Unfortunately a couple of green Tourings could not make it (and others have not even been built yet), so perhaps next time, I should think about widening the pool of eligible colourful Porsches slightly 😉... watch this space. Photos by @oakgruenmetallic and @thetouring. #oakgruenmetallic#makegreengreatagain#PTSRS#GeileFarbe