When talking about vehicles for an expedition in near-arctic conditions, the average person might think of a more technologically inclined vehicle than a 1966 Porsche 911. However, car enthusiast Frank Strothe is no average person. Forgoing extra fuel, portable heaters, a satellite phone, or even so much as a touch-up course on driving in the snow, Strothe went full throttle into a six-day trip through Norway’s ‘Nordkapp‘ region. Through old fishing towns, winding hills of snowdrift, Northern Lights and frozen lakes, Strothe’s narrative reads a bit like a page from Bear Grylls’ journal — too cool to be true. Check out the full piece here.