Kelly Moss has a penchant for building over-the-top Porsches. When they aren't racing in GT3 Cup, they've lately been spending their energies on trying to outdo the entire world of Safari-style 911s. This time, they may have gone to a new level. This car, the car they're calling Willy Safari, is built for all-out off-road domination. It stands about as tall as your average house, jacked up on huge off road tires and mega compliant suspension. It looks like it could just about drive over anything. How much of the original 911 is left? Well, watch the video and see for yourself.
In this newest episode of Larry Chen's Autofocus vlog, he heads to the desert of SoCal with Jeff Zwart, Will Roegge, and the Kelly Moss folks for a few hours of ripping around in the dirt. As you can see in the image of the video above, the rearward weight bias and the huge suspension travel means it's pretty easy to lift a front wheel while in a slide. That in and of itself is about the most radical thing you can do with an offroad 911. It rips and grips. I love it.
Would you do this to your 911?