Urban Outlaw by Magnus Walker

" Passion is not something you can really build, you can really buy,  you can really sell, you can really market....it exist inside you when you believe " - Magnus Walker

You have no education (left school by age of 15 years old), You love old school 911 Porsche, You love heavy metal music and You love fashion. What would you do to have all them in one?

You don't want to cut your hair, you want to get a job. what would you do?

An Englishman who move to L.A to find a piece of life turn out to be a Porsche restorer, collector and an owner to a brand clothing label called " Serious Clothing ", a brand who make the clothes for rock n' rollers, punk rockers and heavy metalers.

One common thing about this man, he does not go to school but he says "Go with Gut Feeling". In whatever you do, do it sincerely, be honest with what you love and do it full heartedly.

Magnus Walker creates Urban Outlaw with passion of love towards old school 911 Porsche.

He, the rebel Porsche customizer who turned a hobby into an obsession. He has own signature, mixing up heavy metal and punk influence onto the car, that's make Urban Outlaw's cars unique and interesting.

Furthermore, he even wrote to Porsche Group saying that he wanted to be  a designer for them. They even reply back saying "give us a call back when you are older". 35 years later, he received a letter again from Porsche and invited him to give a talk and be part of Porsche 911 think tank.

Now, Urban Outlaw by Magnus Walker is a brand associated with early 911 Porsche and his signature is recognized worldwide by many Porsche enthusiast, from LA to Indonesia.

No education.... No Jobs...Don't wanna cut your hair.....love Porsche.....love heavy metal....love fashion. How would do that all in one. Take a leap of faith and Follow your gut feeling,  you wont be wrong. be passionate, be focus and don't give a fuck about what people say plus don't give up.

Stay Dedicated, Stay Motivated

#magnuswalker  #urbanoutlaw

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