Why not you?
A new triumph for your collection awaits at your very finger tips
"2005 Porsche Carrera GT"
Porsche wall art
Power, Confidence, Speed, Mastery, History
it's all there
waiting for you
all you have to do
Is there a Porsche Fan In the world that deserves this Porsche art print more than you?
Look again at this picture. This is the fabled 2005 Porsche Carrera GT,
a car that exists in the land of the superlative and is universally revered.
Now what would make a Porsche driver and collectors drool over a Porsche like this?
Let's find out.
In the mid-1990s, Porsche jumped into the emerging GT1 sports-car racing class with a vengeance.
The GT1 rules required competitors to abandon most plans to modify a street car for racing.
Instead, manufacturers could do the exact opposite by homologating a race car so that it is only beyond the legal limits of certain markets.
Porsche used the 911 branding on a car that shared nothing more than its headlights with its 911 GT1.
Years after the 962 was retired, the 911 GT1 demonstrated that Porsche could once again produce a world-beating racing car.
Porsche met European legal specifications for a road-going version by detuning the 3.2-liter flat-six to "only" 536 horsepower.
The 911 GT1 Strassenversion wore the new car's headlights, which combined the turn signals and driving lights into a single unit, due to the introduction of the new water-cooled Type 996.
The 911 GT1 paved the way for the iconic Carrera GT that would follow a few years later.
Porsche's plans for a new Le Mans prototype for the 1999 racing season were thwarted by FIA rule changes, leaving its new 5.5-liter V-10 engine looking for a home.
A successful engineering project is never put on the shelf in Stuttgart, so the automaker decided to design a car around its ferocious new powertrain. The 5.7-liter V-10 engine had four valves per cylinder, variable valve timing on the intake camshafts, and a redline of 8,400 rpm.
The engine produced a jaw-dropping 605 horsepower.
Power would be sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual transmission with a Porsche carbon-ceramic-composite clutch.
The engine would arrive at the end of a distinctly mechanical era, as automakers sought to incorporate sophisticated computer controls into every aspect of new vehicles, especially traction management systems.
Within a few years, even race cars will be using sophisticated computer technology to control engine capacity.
Since the engine's tremendous strength would easily overpower the tires in the Carrera GT, Porsche used only a traction control system.
The Carrera GT was more than just a car with a race engine and transmission.
The design first appeared as a prototype at the Paris Motor Show in 2000, and its motorsport origins became immediately apparent.
The car had a light and heavy carbon-fiber monocoque and subframe sourced from ATR Composites in Italy.
The suspension was race-ready under the surface, with inboard rocker arms poking between the upper and lower wishbones at all four corners. Big eight-piston brake calipers up front and four-piston calipers at the rear were mounted over staggered 19-inch front and 20-inch rear magnesium-alloy center-lock wheels.
For efficient high-speed braking, the carbon-ceramic brake rotors were ventilated and cross-drilled.
Above 75 mph, a retractable rear wing stretches to add downforce.
The production car, which debuted in 2003 after being unveiled as a thinly disguised prototype at the 2000 Paris Motor Show, weighed just 2,755 pounds. It could accelerate from zero to 60 mph in under four seconds, shifting as quickly as a driver could manage.
It reached a top speed of about 200 mph on a closed track.
In July 2004, a Carrera GT sped through the Nürburgring Nordschliefe in 7:28 under the expert guidance of factory test driver Walter Röhrl.
For more than a half-decade, the record will stand.
The Carrera GT, on the other hand, remained a road car.
Unlike other cars of comparable performance, its interior displayed exceptional attention to detail.
It had luxury-grade comfort thanks to power features, airbags, an effective climate control system, and Bose audio.
Early models came standard with a beech-wood gear knob, a reference to the Porsche 917 Le Mans racers.
If you are in the market to buy one of these rolling works of art, you can expect to part with over $800,000 before tax.
Instead of buying a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT for the astronomical asking price typical for a car like this, you can now for a limited time own this beautifully illustrated Porsche art print for next to nothing by comparison.
Offered at only 84.95 this museum grade velvet fine art print measures 13x19, has a thickness of
19 mil and has a g/m weight of 260!
This exceptional Porsche art print is ideal for framing and comes numbered and hand signed by Alfred Newbury.
This is your chance to acquire something very special. Why not include yourself to the ranks of the privileged that will be adding a highly sought after piece of Porsche's History with the Limited Edition "2005 Porsche Carrera GT" , and give yourself the thrill and triumph you know this masterpiece will give you every time you look at it?
Why not? Why not you?
Here is what you get:
Museum grade velvet fine art paper or flat canvas - Think heirloom quality. If you take care of it, it should last forever.
Print measures 13x19 (inches) - Just the right size to see the image across the room, and make you look really important.
Has a thickness of 19 mil and has a g/m weight of 260 - Think about the most expensive paper out there. It looks and feels rich.
Amazing Car - You will love looking at this Porsche print everyday, it makes you feel like you can handle anything.
Shipped in tank tough rigid flat packaging - Print arrives in great condition.
Ready for framing - Your saving money on framing and shipping here, by having the choice to pick out the perfect frame yourself. You know exactly how to make this piece even more amazing.
Simple and Powerful Composition between the car and the background - Can actually be hung in your home, not just the cave or designated as Porsche garage art.
Printed using Archival inks that will not fade. - This image is designed to stay vibrant, If you take care of it (choosing right frame and UV protected glass)
A sense of pride - You now own a piece that reflects Porsche's legendary history.
A sense of triumph - You now own something that only a few Porsche fans will have.
It's Signed and numbered - Think resale, that's if you can get yourself to part with it after seeing how cool it looks on your wall.
If you are not 100% happy with this print, we will give you double your money back and you get to keep the print.
A few nice reviews from some of our valued clients.
Simon S. Naples Florida. Porsche 718 owner.
Newbury Press is GREAT! Ease of ordering, the speedy order confirmations, prompt tracking info provided, to even the packaging of their products. It’s top notch and it’s evident this company does not cut corners. Highly recommended!
Marc. Denver Co Porsche 992 owner
This is a good company, they have been quick in delivery and honest in what they have advertised. I am well pleased with them and will do business with them again. Very Happy. Thanks
Michael R. Greenwich Conn. Porsche 356 owner.
I am a beginning art collector and I am well pleased with Newbury Press. They have been professional and patient, helping me through the ordering process. They did everything just as they said . The order even arrived a few days early. I have another order on the way and I have no worries that the process will have any problems. The order I received was made to be signed for and I truly believe that they have good security measures to make sure there are no snafus. And equally important, my product was in very good shape. Overall I would recommend this company to anyone looking to buy Porsche art. I can't wait to get my next package because I truly believe that I will be just as pleased.. I look forward to doing more business with them in the future. I would say they deserve an A+ rating.
Robert T J. Los Altos Hills, Ca Porsche GT3 owner
Newbury Press has been one of the most impressive companies I have ever worked with. I have transacted multi million dollar collectibles and have received worse support, than the few thousand dollars I have spent with Newbury. This is a true rarity in today’s business world. Big or small purchases it doesn't matter Newbury Press, Alfred in particular is great to work with.
Teresa M. Bern Switzerland Porsche 911 Carrera 4S owner
The Porsche print I received is very beautiful! I could not be more pleased & thrilled! I would very highly recommend Newbury Press to anyone & everyone. They are a fine, honest & reputable company for anyone seeking to add to their Porsche art collection.
"These Prints Are Outrageously Cool!"
says Bud, from Milwaukee.
I started collecting Newbury Prints for over a year now and am pleased every time I receive my order.
The unique products, and steady private releases make Newbury Press a great up and coming company for me to get excited about.
Says Paul, Oahu HI
"Makes Me Feel Like I Have Arrived"
Tina T. Denver, Co
"You Get Treated Like Royalty"
Kirk D. Miami, FL
"A No Brainer For Collectors"
Review by Andy H, Delaware
I will start this review by admitting that I love this company and it should come as no surprise that I wanted to share my enthusiasm and experience about this company with fellow car lovers that are always looking for great companies to buy their memorabilia or gifts from.
Just by looking at these prints you will know how desirable and different they are. You will also not need anyone to tell you, how well made and affordable these prints are, you will already know that having read the reviews of the other customers.
What I can tell you from my own experience is this, these are not run of the mill hangings, they are meticulously crafted over time with the best paper and care. They should not be confused with bedroom posters. These are for people that respect the car and the history they represent. These images cut out all the fluff you would normally see in average prints. These striking minimalist pieces focus entirely on the car and add a contrasting color strip which I think is very unique, compared to prints that feature small cars swallowed up by big backgrounds and trees etc.
Don't know, but when your paying for a top dollar steak should the steak be the biggest thing on the plate, or the veggies?
When dealing with Newbury Press, I like you, have not been spared having had some of my packages destroyed by mail carriers during Covid, but thankfully Alfred and his team took care of replacing everything very fast and at significant expense to them to make sure I was happy. This happened not once but twice during the height of the pandemic where packages were delayed or destroyed left and right if you remember. Both times they took care of everything quickly and efficiently.
I can honestly say that I am very happy with the product, the people and the great service Newbury Press provides which is more than I can say about some other more established outfits that completely dropped the ball repeatedly.
I am also happy that they believe in their product so strongly, that they offer a double money back guarantee. Fortunately I never needed it but it's nice to know it's there.
In my opinion as a customer, I believe and know that Newbury Press cares about their customer and will go the extra mile for them. They are really interested in a long term relationship and it shows. As a lifetime collector these are highly collectable, priced below what they should be going for, and will most definitely gain in popularity.
You will be pleased with this product, the company and it's solid traditional values.
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