If you’ve ever seen us at a major Porsche meet in the US or Canada, you’ve probably seen our 911, the Pink Pig.
The Pink Pig is the nickname of our 1967 Porsche 911 which we originally bought in the US for $800. While we initially bought it to sell it for panels, we soon identified a better use for it.
We use the Pink Pig for showing people how and where different parts that we make fit onto a restoration.
We outline parts with red lines and mark the part number on the car.
But why the pink? The unique colour is to mimic the 917 Porsche race car. It’s thought that the race car was painted overnight by its mechanics, and it had red lines on it to distinguish meat cuts.
Check out the video to see the Pink Pig!