PORSCHE 917K SIGNED BY ATTWOOD
Whether it’s the sleek lines, rumbling flat-12, the sheer variety of models – take your pick from Langheck, Kurzheck, Can-Am and most things in-between – or even the famous story about Porsche’s efforts to make it a homologated racer in the first place, something about the 917 resonates with fans of all ages. One of the most memorable versions is the Salzburg 917K of 1970, the red-and-white beauty that secured the model, and Porsche’s, first Le Mans 24 Hours victory in 1970. Driven by Richard Attwood and Hans Herrmann, it defeated the favoured, Martini-liveried, longer-tail version to make history. And now you can take a piece home with you. Thanks to our friends at Signature Store, we have a limited run of these models, each signed by Attwood, available via our online shop. Each faithfully detailed 1:18 scale model comes mounted on a gloss-black display base and includes a photo certificate of authenticity.
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