The Porsche Gmünd - Silver - 24h Le Mans - 1951 poster features the 356 Gmünd considered the mother of all Porsches! The birth of this legend dates back to 1948 in Gmünd, Austria, where around 50 cars were built. By the early 1950s, the 356 had gained quite a reputation among enthusiasts. Not least thanks to its aerodynamics, handling and excellent build quality. It was therefore entered in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1951 and driven by the French duo Auguste Veuillet and Edmond Mouche. Despite difficult racing conditions, the number 46 finished without a hitch, crossing the finish line in 20th place overall and first in the 751-1100cc class.
Automobilist artists use the latest 3D modeling technology to rebuild cars from the ground up. Each element of the car is modeled and recreated in great detail. This digital creation process and offset printing on art paper (175 g/m²) ensure an impressively realistic result. They are published in the standard format 50 x 70 cm. You will easily find frames adapted to these dimensions.
- Size: 50 x 70 cm
- 3D modeling
- Offset printing
- Textured beige paper - 175 g/m²
- Delivered rolled in cardboard tube
- Frame not supplied