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Porsche Race Car Classic Shows Off Official Poster for Oct 16th, 2011

12 Apr

The ground-breaking 550, Porsche’s first purpose-built race car, will figure prominently among the scores of 1950-1965 Porsche race cars to be celebrated this fall at the Porsche Race Car Classic at Quail Lodge in Carmel, California. Here, it is shown at speed on California Highway 1 near Big Sur.

The painting is the work of renowned automotive and nautical artist Roy E. Dryer III (www.roydryer.com). A four-color poster of the artwork will be printed in limited quantities and presented to car-owner participants, ticket buyers, and special guests on the day of the event. The original painting is planned for auction prior to the event.

When:    Sunday, October 16, 2011
Where:   Quail Lodge Resort & Golf Club – Carmel, California
What:    The world’s finest Porsche race cars from 1950-1965 will gather in unprecedented numbers: Gmünds, Glöcklers, 550s, 550As, 718s, 718/2s, 804s, 904s, 356 Coupes, Speedsters, Elva Porsches, More…

Source: Porsche Race Car Classic

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2 responses to “Porsche Race Car Classic Shows Off Official Poster for Oct 16th, 2011

  1. Chester yabitsu

    December 11, 2011 at 12:56 pm

    Is this poster available for purchase at this time and if so where may it be purchased?

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    • dedeporsche

      December 12, 2011 at 9:06 pm

      Yes, the Porsche Race Car Classic website is down. Please contact the Foundation directly to inquire about posters. Samantha Powell is her name. 650-598-2857
      Hopefully, they can help you out.

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