Brock Keen once had an epiphany and said to himself: “stop dreaming it, do it.” That’s how he created the coolest and most unexpected camping experience there is. Turning one’s Porsche 911 into a camping-car is not an easy task, indeed. While the German brand is celebrated for the quality of their sports cars, they are not known for livability. To improve that, Brock Keen turned to the specialist in the field of car tents, Yakima. There are so many camping aficionados today that a brand decided to specialize in designing camping kits for cars! Paradoxically, the 996 4S is one of the sportiest of its generation, and is even equipped with a four-wheel drive. Some older folks might even remember the Porsche 911 that won the Paris-Dakar rally. Truly, there is a certain beauty in the sportscar/camping paradox. When arriving at destination, whether on a lake, deep into a forest or on a desert beach, Brock always sets up camp under the watchful eye of his dog. Around a bonfire, he sits on his foldable chair with a hot cup of coffee in his hands, and enjoys the beauty of nature. Always equipped with his camera, he even constituted a travel book he ended up turning into a book. Sold at the Porsche’s museum in Stuttgart, this coffee table book went out of stock in just a few weeks. Still, if you’re looking for an adventure, go to Brock’s Instagram account, @996roadtrip, to experience the trip of your life.