The Porsche 917/20 was a unique one-off car combing the advantages of both the short and long tail 917. It caused a sensation at Le Mans in 1971 being the fast car in qualifying Joest / Kauhsen at the wheel.
However, the car is best known for its wild paintwork which led the car to go down in Porsche history as the “Pink Pig”, “Big Berta” or even “Truffle Hunter”. Porsche designers decided on the pink bodywork and labelled each of the car body parts according to a butchers diagram of the cuts of meat. Available in 3 different sizes, 34.5 x 25.7 cm (Standard) 55.8 x 40.5 cm (Premium) 80 x 60 cm (Super-Premium).
Fine art archival giclée print on Hahnemühle 100% cotton rag paper.
An edition of 75 artist signed and numbered standard prints & 75 artist signed and numbered premium prints & 10 artist signed and numbered super-premium prints.
Each print is hand embossed in the lower margin and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
Standard prints have a printed title, Premium prints have a printed title and description, Super-Premium prints are hand titled by the artist.