eGarage is back with another gorgeous short film that is definitely worth your two minutes to watch. By now you’ve definitely seen Magnus Walker’s 964, mostly known for the awesome custom punched fender vents made by Rod Emory, as it was finished in time for SEMA almost two years ago. It’s odd that this video chronicling the creation of the car has been released so long after it was captured, but we’re certainly glad it was.

This wild machine has received modifications to basically every panel, including a shaved rain gutter and a sectioned section of the roof to match the stock hood notch. The aluminum trim and Fuchs-inspired wheels give this 964 a throwback look that is very retro-cool. Throw in a roll bar, race buckets, a fixed rear wing, and layers upon layers of gorgeous grey paint, and you’ve got a very slick hot-rod Porsche. It’s actually pretty subdued for Magnus’ normal style, not featuring a multiple color paint job or wild graphics, this monochromatic Porsche is still quite expressive.

Click play on the video above and you’ll be treated to a slow motion day dream of sanding, paint prep, and a smash cut of gorgeous spray booth action. If you’ve ever needed inspiration to get out into the garage and work on your own project, this video will certainly do that for you. If you want to get a finished product that looks half as good as this Porsche, you’ll have to put in hours upon hours to get it done. Get inspired!

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