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This Porsche 917 Martini poster from the Colors of Speed collection depicts the Le Mans-winning Porsche 917K. If someone were to make a list of the greatest race cars of all time, the 917 would almost certainly be on it. The car is revered for its high power output and speeds in excess of 220mph and it gave Porsche its first overall wins at the world famous endurance race in 1970, and then again in 1971 with this Martini-sponsored model. Our Colors of Speed collection shows off the most recognizable legends in automotive history, featured in their typical race colors. All posters are created using high quality off-set printing, premium paper, and vibrant color reproduction, which makes them eye-catching in any environment.

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