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Kikki H.

Canvas Print, Fingerthumb circuit, limited Serie of 39 pieces, handsigned




Motorsport Year:1951

Dimensions:1.2 x 1m

Some of the most important cars drive this fingerthumb-circuit. It sa rainy race, did above for the visitors to the left are wearing an umbrella by looking the race. Porsche 356, Year 1948 -. 1965 The Porsche 356 is the first production model of Porsche. The model code 356 for the car is the sequence number of this Porsche design. It was the first Porsche Le Mans race cars. The 356/4 SL Coupe driven by Auguste Veuillet and Edmond Mouche. The two Frenchmen reached the 20th place in the overall standings and won the race class for vehicles up to 1.1-liter displacement. Porsche 356 Speedster "America", Bj. 1957 1954, the Speedster was added to the program (initially only for export to the US), an open sports car with a flat windshield and a fully retractable, folding lower than the Cabriolet. Porsche 718, Year 1957 -. 1962 Already at the 24 Hours of Le Mans 1958 Porsche 718 RSK could prove a sensational 3rd and 4th place in the overall standings In 1960, Porsche succeeded with Hans Herrmann / Olivier Gendebien first time to win the 12 Hours of Sebring in a second major round of the World Sportscar Championship overall victory. Porsche 804, Year 1962 -. 1963 1962 Porsche 804 was a Formula 1 racing car Porsche KG, which was only used in 1962. He was the successor to the Porsche 787. Four vehicles were produced. The work team reached the 804 total two-seater wins and some points. Porsche 804 won with the French Grand Prix World Championship race, and later at the Grand Prix of Solitude a race outside of the Formula 1 World Championship Porsche 904 GT S, Daytona Challenge Cup 1964 The Porsche 904, Year 1963 -. 1965 officially marketed as Carrera GTS was a GT car, the Porsche KG. The coupe produced from 1963 to 1965 had a release by the Road Traffic and could be moved out on the race track and on public roads, the 904 also won the World Championship of 1964 and 1965, the 2-liter GT standings and in 1964 the prototype class.

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