Based on an original painting by Nicolas Hunziker. After 84 grueling hours on the Nurburgring Nordschleife, Vic Elford brought this blood orange 911R to victory in the aptly named Marathon de la Route race of 1967.
Together with his co-drivers, Jochen Neerpasch and Hans Herrmann, Vic Elford flogged the sportmatic equipped 911R for three and a half days around the Nordschleife track.
Finished on grey, featuring the correct hue of Blutorange (blood orange) this 911R shirt is an absolute must for early fans of the short-wheelbase 911S.
These heavyweight 5.4oz shirts are made of 100% pre-shrunk cotton and feature a taped neck to shoulder seam. Silk-screened in the USA
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