It's always fun to learn about cool, obscure versions of our favorite cars. This ultra-limited production 911 police car is one of just 2o built for the Belgian police force in the 1970s, and Petrolicious put together a video documenting just how hard it was for the owner to actually find and acquire it.
The car is a 1974 air-cooled 2.7-liter 911 Targa with mechanical fuel injection, complete with all the trimmings necessary to be used on duty for officers in Belgium. There's a flashing "STOP" bracket mounted out back, sirens mounted on the front bumper, and even a flashing blue light drilled into the top of the factory roll bar. Thanks to that powerful RS-sourced 2.7-liter flat-six, it was the fastest police car in the world up until 1983.
got together with Ari Epstein, the owner of this 911, to have him tell the story of the long process it took researching, finding, and restoring the car. Check out the full video right here.