Porsche 917 Kurzheck #20 Gulf Livery Art Print

Porsche 917 is not the most successful Porsche racing car. It is neither the most powerful, nor the most beautiful. But it is the first one that wins the toughest race – the 24 Hours of Le Mans. As you know, history is written by the winners. This beautiful Porsche 917 Kurzheck #20 Gulf livery art poster is created by artist Terry Smith and printed by Simply Petrol. It remembers the glory days of the brand's first winner. For more Porsche 917 Gulf livery beauty by Simply Petrol, check here.

Porsche 917 gives the brand its first overall wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1970 and 1971. A flat-12 engine of 4.5, 4.9 and 5 litres powers up the legendary Porsche. This car is capable of acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.3 seconds. Another 3 seconds are needed to reach 200 km/h, and the top speed is over 390 km/h.

Porsche 917K-71 Gulf #20 3rd Le Mans

This particular Porsche 917K is one of the most iconic racing cars ever. It becomes a star mainly for its high speed and extreme power outputs. Also, Steve McQueen makes it a true celebrity in his famous Le Mans movie. The orange and baby blue Porsche 917 Gulf livery adds particular charisma to the spectacular racing car.

Now you can own this Porsche 917 Gulf livery print by artist by Terry Smith. Choose the size and paper you prefer below.



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Print comes rolled in a cardboard tube with caps on each side. We leave up to 2 inches depending on the size to each side to allow for future framing and matting, if desired or help your artwork “breath” and “glance”. Hang or store ideally at a relative humidity of 35 to 65, between 10 and 30” C (50 - 86F). We guarantee a gallery quality print which will not fade, or yellow even facing direct sunlight and will remain light resistant for up to a century.

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