The inaugural International Race of Champions was held on two weekends at iconic American road circuits (Riverside & Daytona) and included such diverse drivers as Mark Donohue, Emerson Fittipaldi, Richard Petty, and Peter Revson.
The stark black face, white numerals and the no-nonsense ten thousand tick are signatures of this gauge. The 911 3.0 Carrera RSR was a true race car, and it's tachometer is austere and brutal.
Edition of 100 signed and numbered letterpress prints.
This quintessentially german gauge layout is the crown jewel of the 911's 5-gauge cluster. The 7,200 RPM redline is unique to the S model. Dead center on the dash, this icon of german minimalism looks amazing in print!
Edition of 50, Silkscreen Print, Signed and Numbered
The early 1960's saw a transitional style in Porsche's gauge design. While many elements like the numerals and hashes evolved almost unnoticeably, the stripes were condensed as Porsche's gauge face design trended towards the minimalism of the 1970's and 80's.
Edition of 50, Silkscreen Print, Signed and Numbered.