Old Porsche 911s had a reputation for being brutally dangerous anywhere near the limit. In the olden days they had no electric controlling system, or fancy suspension. And given the location of the engine, they were awfully twitchy. It was in case of racing 911s. But some people, mostly professionals like Chris Harris, like the old Porsche exactly because of its dangerous character. This is a car you need to drive.
Here Chris gets the behind the wheel of an rally-prepped 70s 911, built by Richard Tuthill for Belgian rally championship, using a 365hp 3.5 liter engine, and a dog gearbox. Chris maintains it is the most fun you can have in a car. Agree?