It has been a long while since I've posted, but just received this unusual 356 cutaway. Measuring 28" x 20", this poster was evidentially produced by Zims Autotechnic in the late 1980s or early 1990s as a promotional piece. Printed on slightly heavier stock than the original produced by Porsche, it is a nice and less costly alternative. No production info printed on poster, but there is a (removable) Zims sticker.
Excited to say I recently had another opportunity to write for Porsche Club of America's highly regarded Panorama magazine for the May 2023 issue. The topic was the 1973 Targa Florio victory poster. If you're a PCA member, you should be getting your issue shortly.
Recently had the pleasure of reviewing Brun 1966-2009 from publisher Sportfahrer-zentrale for Porsche Club of America. Founded by enthusiast and businessman Walter Brun, Brun Motorsports had considerable success on the track in various racing disciplines including touring car, the World Sportswear Championship, and Le Mans while even dipping a toe into Formula 1. This well-produced book chronicles all the highs and lows of an incredible time in motorsport. Check my review out here!
I just looked and can't believe it has been months since my last blog post. Yikes. In any case, you can click on this link to Porsche Club of America to read my thoughts on three recently released books on the Porsche 956, RS, and Barn Finds.
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.