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  • Pink Pig Backpack

    $45.00

    The Pink Pig backpack is a homage to the Martini International Racing team’s 917/20 racecar. The Porsche 917/20 takes a special place among the various 917 versions. Its body was extremely wide and it had extremely rounded wheel cut-outs. As the track width remained unchanged, the wheels were hidden deeply in the wheel housings. The nose was equally low and flat like that of the new long-tail coupé, but shorter.

    But the best part was the fanciful paintwork which let the 917/20 go down in Porsche history as the “Pink Pig”, “Big Bertha” or even “Truffle Hunter”. Porsche designer Anatole Lapine decided in favour of the pink body colour and labelled each of the body parts according to the butcher-style cuts. Porsche caused a sensation at Le Mans 1971 with the Pink Pig. It was the fastest car during the pre-race qualification session, although it was totally untested. But during the main race, the 917/20 running in fifth position dropped out shortly before the end due to an accident.

    917/20 Coupé, 2014, Porsche AG

    The Pink Pig backpack is medium-sized and has plenty of room with a big inner pocket, a separate section for a 15” laptop, a front pocket, and a hidden pocket at the back. The backpack is made of a water-resistant material, which is all-over printed with your designs. The soft, padded mesh material on the back and the black handles make it perfect for daily use or sports activities.

  • Maisto 1:24 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS Diecast

    Sale! $23.00$25.00
  • Tarmac Works 1:64 RAUH-Welt RWB 993 Jagermeister #7 Diecast

    Sale! $54.00 $43.00
  • Tomica Premium No. 12 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7

    Sale! $24.00 $19.00

    This is an exquisite 1:61 diecast of the Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 made by Takara Tomy. The Carrera RS models, valued by collectors, are considered by many to be the greatest classic 911s of all-time. RS stands for Rennsport in German, meaning “racing sport”.

    The Carrera name was reintroduced from the 356 Carrera which had itself been named after Porsche’s victories in the Carrera Panamericana races in Mexico in the 1950s. The RS was built so that Porsche could enter racing formulae that demanded that a certain minimum number of production cars were made. Compared with a standard 911S, the Carrera 2.7 RS had a larger 2.7 L; 164.0 cu in (2,687 cc) boxer-6 engine with a bore x stroke of 90 mm × 70.4 mm (3.54 in × 2.77 in) developing 210 PS (207 hp; 154 kW) at 6,300 rpm and 255 N⋅m (188 lb⋅ft) of torque at 5,100 rpm with Bosch Mechanical Fuel Injection, revised and stiffened suspension, a “ducktail” rear spoiler, larger brakes, wider rear wheels and rear wings. In RS Touring form it weighed 1,075 kg (2,370 lb), in Sport Lightweight form it was about 100 kg (220 lb) lighter, the saving coming from the thin-gauge steel used for parts of the bodyshell and also the use of thinner glass. In total, 1,580 were made, comfortably exceeding the 500 that had to be made to qualify for the vital FIA Group 4 class. 49 Carrera RSR cars were built with 2.8 L; 171.4 cu in (2,808 cc) engines producing 300 PS (296 hp; 221 kW).

  • Million Dollar Widowmaker (Lava Orange)

    $35.00

    The unisex lava orange Million Dollar Widowmaker tee is a homage to the Porsche 911 GT2 Evo which is one of the rarest and hairy Porsches around.

    Porsche built just 11 examples of the 993-series 911 GT2 Evo homologation special in the mid-1990s, and in the recent years, one of the cars has been sold at auction for an impressive $1.45 million.

    In the early ‘90s, Porsche was racing in various GT2 competitions using its 993-series 911 GT2 race car. However, the automaker was in need of something more extreme to race in GT1 events. Thus, the 911 GT2 Evo was born.

    The lightweight RS set the basic template with wheel-arch flares, larger brake discs clamped by 4-piston calipers and adjustable front and rear anti-roll bars. The GT2 Evo combined the RS/RSR’s purity of purpose with a tuned version of the 993 Turbo’s 3.6-litre twin-turbocharged engine rated at a peak 600 horsepower and 490 pound-feet of torque designed to compete in the FIA GT1 category.

    Essentially a street legal race car, the GT2 Evo sported an aggressive-looking front spoiler with upturned side winglets, wider bolt-on wheel flares and a huge rear spoiler with integrated air scoops. Using 2-wheel drive instead of the production Turbo’s all-wheel system shaved even more weight, resulting in a top speed of almost 190 MPH and road-holding that bordered on the supernatural. Porsche widened the rear fender extensions to cover wider modular wheels and added a new front spoiler with inlets for oil and brake cooling. A second deck appeared on the already outlandish rear spoiler, which could be mounted higher in the air stream for added downforce. Alas, by then the competition in GT1 had already left the Evo behind. Only 11 were ever built before Porsche moved onto the 996, making these cars among the rarest in the 911 racing lineage.

  • Million Dollar Widowmaker (Guards Red)

    $35.00

    The unisex guards red Million Dollar Widowmaker tee is a homage to the Porsche 911 GT2 Evo which is one of the rarest and hairy Porsches around.

    Porsche built just 11 examples of the 993-series 911 GT2 Evo homologation special in the mid-1990s, and in the recent years, one of the cars has been sold at auction for an impressive $1.45 million.

    In the early ‘90s, Porsche was racing in various GT2 competitions using its 993-series 911 GT2 race car. However, the automaker was in need of something more extreme to race in GT1 events. Thus, the 911 GT2 Evo was born.

    The lightweight RS set the basic template with wheel-arch flares, larger brake discs clamped by 4-piston calipers and adjustable front and rear anti-roll bars. The GT2 Evo combined the RS/RSR’s purity of purpose with a tuned version of the 993 Turbo’s 3.6-litre twin-turbocharged engine rated at a peak 600 horsepower and 490 pound-feet of torque designed to compete in the FIA GT1 category.

    Essentially a street legal race car, the GT2 Evo sported an aggressive-looking front spoiler with upturned side winglets, wider bolt-on wheel flares and a huge rear spoiler with integrated air scoops. Using 2-wheel drive instead of the production Turbo’s all-wheel system shaved even more weight, resulting in a top speed of almost 190 MPH and road-holding that bordered on the supernatural. Porsche widened the rear fender extensions to cover wider modular wheels and added a new front spoiler with inlets for oil and brake cooling. A second deck appeared on the already outlandish rear spoiler, which could be mounted higher in the air stream for added downforce. Alas, by then the competition in GT1 had already left the Evo behind. Only 11 were ever built before Porsche moved onto the 996, making these cars among the rarest in the 911 racing lineage.

  • Million Dollar Widowmaker (Racing Yellow)

    $35.00

    The unisex racing yellow Million Dollar Widowmaker tee is a homage to the Porsche 911 GT2 Evo which is one of the rarest and hairy Porsches around.

    Porsche built just 11 examples of the 993-series 911 GT2 Evo homologation special in the mid-1990s, and in the recent years, one of the cars has been sold at auction for an impressive $1.45 million.

    In the early ‘90s, Porsche was racing in various GT2 competitions using its 993-series 911 GT2 race car. However, the automaker was in need of something more extreme to race in GT1 events. Thus, the 911 GT2 Evo was born.

    The lightweight RS set the basic template with wheel-arch flares, larger brake discs clamped by 4-piston calipers and adjustable front and rear anti-roll bars. The GT2 Evo combined the RS/RSR’s purity of purpose with a tuned version of the 993 Turbo’s 3.6-litre twin-turbocharged engine rated at a peak 600 horsepower and 490 pound-feet of torque designed to compete in the FIA GT1 category.

    Essentially a street legal race car, the GT2 Evo sported an aggressive-looking front spoiler with upturned side winglets, wider bolt-on wheel flares and a huge rear spoiler with integrated air scoops. Using 2-wheel drive instead of the production Turbo’s all-wheel system shaved even more weight, resulting in a top speed of almost 190 MPH and road-holding that bordered on the supernatural. Porsche widened the rear fender extensions to cover wider modular wheels and added a new front spoiler with inlets for oil and brake cooling. A second deck appeared on the already outlandish rear spoiler, which could be mounted higher in the air stream for added downforce. Alas, by then the competition in GT1 had already left the Evo behind. Only 11 were ever built before Porsche moved onto the 996, making these cars among the rarest in the 911 racing lineage.

  • Million Dollar Widowmaker (Sapphire Blue)

    $35.00

    The unisex sapphire blue Million Dollar Widowmaker tee is a homage to the Porsche 911 GT2 Evo which is one of the rarest and hairy Porsches around.

    Porsche built just 11 examples of the 993-series 911 GT2 Evo homologation special in the mid-1990s, and in the recent years, one of the cars has been sold at auction for an impressive $1.45 million.

    In the early ‘90s, Porsche was racing in various GT2 competitions using its 993-series 911 GT2 race car. However, the automaker was in need of something more extreme to race in GT1 events. Thus, the 911 GT2 Evo was born.

    The lightweight RS set the basic template with wheel-arch flares, larger brake discs clamped by 4-piston calipers and adjustable front and rear anti-roll bars. The GT2 Evo combined the RS/RSR’s purity of purpose with a tuned version of the 993 Turbo’s 3.6-litre twin-turbocharged engine rated at a peak 600 horsepower and 490 pound-feet of torque designed to compete in the FIA GT1 category.

    Essentially a street legal race car, the GT2 Evo sported an aggressive-looking front spoiler with upturned side winglets, wider bolt-on wheel flares and a huge rear spoiler with integrated air scoops. Using 2-wheel drive instead of the production Turbo’s all-wheel system shaved even more weight, resulting in a top speed of almost 190 MPH and road-holding that bordered on the supernatural. Porsche widened the rear fender extensions to cover wider modular wheels and added a new front spoiler with inlets for oil and brake cooling. A second deck appeared on the already outlandish rear spoiler, which could be mounted higher in the air stream for added downforce. Alas, by then the competition in GT1 had already left the Evo behind. Only 11 were ever built before Porsche moved onto the 996, making these cars among the rarest in the 911 racing lineage.

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