Magnus Walker should be smiling. Through hard work, creativity, and plain ol' street smarts he has put the Porsche early 911 community on the map with his documentary film, "Urban Outlaw." Some may choose to look the other way, but there is no denying it and his building in downtown Los Angeles is a temple to all things early 911...with a twist. I've always figured that a man's garage, as well as being an efficient workspace, can be a menagerie of lifes objectives, parts hanging, tool boxes cracked open, posters nailed to the walls, shelves full of used stuff and ideas-in-waiting. Magnus's garage is none the different, it's a place of creative incubation. Take a look at the film again if you haven't already, by clicking here. But, enough of the chatter, what was waiting as the stars looked down on the brick warehouse?
As the welcome formalities ended, the doors to the garage were pushed open, and the partying began...
|Magnus and Karen Walker our hosts for the night.|
Also don't forget to check Magnus's badass blog at: MagnusWalker911.com
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