Drug lord and public enemy number one Pablo Escobar loved cars perhaps even more than cash. He famously made more money than General Motors, but spent plenty of it on his automotive hobby.
Highlights of the notorious Colombian’s car collection included a 1928 Cadillac V-8 Town Sedan, just like the one owned by Al Capone, a Mercedes-Benz S600 Pullman, and even a little Renault 4. However, his true passion was reserved for Porsches. A 1956 356 Speedster was said to be his favorite, and he also owned the 1978 Le Mans-winning 935, and one of just 15 911 RSRs built for the International Race of Champions in 1974.
The race saw 12 drivers from different racing disciplines drive identical 911s. Among the stars in rear-engined cars were A.J. Foyt, Richard Petty, Bobby Unser, Denis Hulme and Emmerson Fittipaldi who drove the car