Porsche 356 SL – Past – Carrera PanAmericana – 1953 | Automobilist | Collector’s Edition poster

The 1953 Panamerica was more purgatory than pleasure for drivers who tackled the 3000-kilometre four-day race through some of the most inhospitable parts of Mexico.

£94.00 (Approx. $119.96 / €102.26)

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Description

  • Specially designed and co-created series with Porsche
  • Exclusive edition of 356 pieces only
  • Uniquely numbered featuring hot-foil blue embossing
  • Uses the latest 3D modelling technology to design the poster
  • Comes as a standard sized poster, 50 x 70 cm (19¾ x 27½ inch), framing not included
  • Reproduced as a high quality offset print on 175g/m2 paper
  • Global Shipping from Europe, rolled and delivered in a protective tube

The 1953 Panamerica was more purgatory than pleasure for drivers who tackled the 3000 kilometre four-day race through some of the most inhospitable parts of Mexico. Porsche, already known for their reliability, had several cars entered, but many retired, left at the side of the road, covered in red dust. Capturing one such pair is this poster featuring the Porsche 356 SL with Guillermo Suhr Contreas and Oscar Alfonso at the helm of car #153. However, a Porsche did win its class.

Where could one find such inhospitable terrain if one wanted to host a race towards the end of this century?


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UK: £14.50 (2-6 business days)
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ROW: £22 (14-21 business days)

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