Manfred Huber heard the sound of an air-cooled flat-six when he was 11 years old. Because the exhaust note is so unique, it is a symphony that can't be unheard. He dreamed of restoring and driving such amazing machines, much to his parent's consternation. Nevertheless, he learned the art of Porsche 911 driving without pedals.

Manfred was born in Bavaria without legs. But he has chosen the life he always wanted, giving up a successful career to open his own garage. After endowing his car with a wild orange & green livery, he installed a lever to control the gas and brake pedals with his right hand. Because of this, we see no disability here. We see dedication along with accolades for doing the unthinkable.

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