Porsche says thanks to its Facebook fans

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A few months back, Porsche rolled past 1,000,000 fans on its Facebook page – to celebrate, it created a one-off 911 GT3 R Hybrid. However, rather that go racing with the car, it’s made its way to Porsche’s mega-museum in Stuttgart. It looks pretty mega, though we feel slightly sorry for whoever had to type in all the names!

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