Proteins used the Porsche 911 as a walnut storeDecember 6, 2019
Outside the city of Geneva, a rare German sports car with a nut-studded engine was discovered. Restore engaged in a Geneva Porsche dealer.
In the suburbs of Geneva, a 1974 Porsche 911 Targa was spotted, under the hood of which a lot of nutshells left by squirrels were found. The car stood for a long time in the courtyard of a country house and, it seems, the owners completely forgot about it. About this situation on his Facebook page told the local dealership Porsche.
The forgotten rare car stood unattended for several years, during which time the squirrels filled the engine compartment with a nutshell, the 2.7-liter six-cylinder opposed power unit almost drowned in it.
Restoration of the legendary 911 Targa decided to do the Geneva-based Porsche dealer. Unfortunately, the center did not establish the reason why the car stood motionless for a long time and served as a squirrel mink.
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