Porsche 356 SL – Liège-Rome-Liège 1952

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In 1950 Porsche was invited for the first time at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. It is still the first German cars to run since the end of the war. The only model of the range available is then the 356, and it is naturally a coupe Gmünd aluminum body is chosen.

Aerodynamics are further improved, especially with wheel arches and profiled underframes. The 356 Super Light Metal Coupe, or 356 SL for Sport Leicht, marks Porsche’s point of entry into the world of motor racing under its own blazon.

Among the specificities there is a fuel tank of 78 liters for greater autonomy. During his first race at the 24 Hours of Le Mans at the hands of Porsche importer France Auguste Veuillet and Edmonde Mouche his co-driver, the 356 aluminum coupe is a victory in its class with an average speed of 140 km/h .

Description

Collection

Porsche 356 SL – 1952 – Liège-Rome-Liège

Details

Size: A2 – 42 x 59,4 cm
Print technology: Offset print
Paper: Rembrandt 120g

Porsche 356 SL Liege-rome-liege

Production

Quantity: Unlimited edition
Signed by artist: No
Numbered: No
Security hologram sticker: No
Framing: Not including

Delivery

Posters are packed and delivered in a protective tube to ensure a safe delivery

Collection

Porsche 356 SL – 1952 – Liège-Rome-Liège

Details

Size: A2 – 42 x 59,4 cm
Print technology: Offset print
Paper: Rembrandt 120g

Production

Quantity: Unlimited edition
Signed by artist: No
Numbered: No
Security hologram sticker: No
Framing: Not including

Delivery

Posters are packed and delivered in a protective tube to ensure a safe delivery.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 9 × 60 × 9 cm