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Porsche 550 Spyder (1953)

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This model was first introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1953. Even outside its own class, this car won many international races the reason it was named ‘Giant Killer’. Actor James Dean called his car “Little Bastard” (number 130 – 550-0055 VIN) and crashed with it in 1955.

SKU: PRS550 Category:


Giclée print on canvas (4.5 cm. wooden frame, mounting wire included) or aluminium ‘dibond’ (covered with 3mm. polished acrylic glass) mounting profile included. Optional you may choose for a nice black wooden frame. This option is only available in combination with canvas artwork. A brand New material is HD Metal. A high-quality print on metal that is heated in an oven. Because of this the artwork is scratch resistant and weather proof with an equally high gloss and color intensity like Dibond / Acrylic glass. Also suitable for outdoor use and a colorful brilliant decoration for your garden or terrace.


Detail of the luxurious white wooden frame.

Additional information


80 x 50 cm., 100 x 65 cm., 115 x 75 cm., 125 x 80 cm.


Canvas, Dibond Acrylglas, HD Metal


With frame, Without frame


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