Dealing Exclusively in Original Vintage Posters* and Automobilia
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More Framing Goodness!

More Framing Goodness!

I love it when (happy) customers decide they don't want to wait another second and immediately frame their new purchases. Here my client decided to go simple, but classic and opted for a medium-width white frame to compliment his 911 showroom poster.

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Book Review: Porsche Silver Steeds: Porsche Racing, a dedication 1948-1965

Book Review: Porsche Silver Steeds: Porsche Racing, a dedication 1948-1965

I recently had the opportunity to review Palawan Press' love letter to the earliest days of Porsche racing in Porsche Silver Steeds: Porsche Racing, a dedication 1948-1965.  Comprising 460-pages, author Roy Smith recounts an often perilous golden age of Porsche racing that begins with the Porsche 356, but was closely followed up by now-legendary competition sports racers such as the 550 Spyder, 718, and 904 GTS. As luck would have it, I do happen to have a few posters in stock from this epoch...

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Two New Porsche Books

Book Porsche

Two New Porsche Books

I recently reviewed a couple of great new Porsche books for the good folks at Porsche Club of America. Both would make good additions for any enthusiast's bookshelf.

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Customer Feedback...and a Framed Poster

Customer Feedback...and a Framed Poster

I love it when customers give me (positive) feedback about their purchases. Too often posters end up in another tube or flat file awaiting framing or just to be collected but in this case the customer wasted no time in framing his original "I too prefer Porsche" poster so he could enjoy it immediately.

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Automotive Fiction Book Review - Deadly Driver by JK Kelly

Automotive Fiction Book Review - Deadly Driver by JK Kelly

An interesting niche I've inadvertently carved out for myself over the past several years has been automotive book reviewer. Not sure exactly how it happened but looking back I assume it was because most journalists prefer writing about driving cars versus the "geeky" stuff and I'm kind of the opposite. I just reviewed the thriller Deadly Driver for Porsche Club of America. If you find yourself in need of a high-octane literary ride into the world of espionage and Formula 1, consider the latest from author JK Kelly. 

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