KIPPENBERGER. Porsche 911. Maximum Reduction

Take one backdated 1981 Porsche 911, add screaming sounds of the glorious flat 6 and hit the road with Christophoer Kippenberger.

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When Christopher Kippenberger drops me an email with one of his latest creations I usually sit up and take notice. The man has a very fruity resume which includes making music videos for Ridley Scott Associates, working behind the scenes in the adult industry (not what you think) and has a personal passion for building his own video drones. Added to that mix is Christopher’s subtle ability to bring the truth of automotive passion out in short, art house movies. And this one, Maximum Reduction, does exactly that.

Take a 1981 backdated Porsche 911. Inject 310bhp through the 3.2 Litre flat six. Lighten to a sprightly 820kgs and hit the road. Sit back, turn up those speakers and dream.

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