Porsche 917 Pink Pig at Porsche Museum [Video]
The dominance of the Gulf-Wyer and Martini Porsches was so obvious that the automaker chose those colours for the livery of the yet-to-be-launched 918 Spyder hybrid hypercar. But there's another equally famous version of the 1971 racing car, the heavily modified 917/20.
We're talking about the "Pink Pig", which was painted in pink by Porsche designers and printed with the names of cuts of meat written in German on it. They were arranged in the same way as they would sit on a diagram of a pig on a butcher's wall and was dubbed by the Germans the "The Truffelhunter of Zuffenhausen".
Below, you will be able to watch a video of the perfectly restored car, which is on display in Porsche's museum.