Five Incredible Vintage Porsche Posters You Can Bid on From Home

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Top automotive auction house RM Sotheby's is known for its sales of multimillion-dollar classic cars. Their next event, however, is an offering of incredible vintage Porsche posters, and the best part is you can bid without leaving your favorite chair. 

Furthermore, the covetable lots in the online-only Classic & Rare Porsche Posters sale are being offered with no reserve, meaning you have a chance to score a real bargain. The sale, which is open for bidding until April 27 at 1:00 pm ET, features cool-as-hell collection of nearly 75 original posters. 

"Assembled by a life-long collector over more than 40 years, the group of posters highlights the history and evolution of Porsche, with a particular emphasis on the factory’s golden era of the 356 and Spyder, as well as the 917," the company notes. 

"The collection comprises numerous posters that were created by the genius behind Porsche’s graphic works during the company’s formative years in the 1950s and ‘60s, Erich Strenger, including several significant showroom and race event posters, all featuring the iconic model of the day."

Here are five of our favorites:

1000 KM of Monza, 1969

This factory commemorative poster features a Porsche 908 race car, introduced in 1968, at the 1000 KM of Monza, and was designed by the great Erich Strenger. 

1000 KM of Spa, 1969

This very rare large format poster features the Porsche 908 at the Spa-Francorchamps motor-racing circuit in Belgium, and was issued May, 1969.

Porsche Tourist Delivery Program, 1967

This showroom poster features the new 911 Targa parked next to a Lufthansa Boeing 707 in Stuttgart, Germany, promoting the new European delivery program.

24 Hours of Daytona, 1971

Featuring the iconic Gulf Porsche 917 on the famous banking turn at Daytona, this poster was designed by Erich Strenger and published in February, 1971.

Tour de France, 1969

This world-famous poster of the legendary high-performance 911 R driven by Larrousse and Gelin at the Tour de France was published in October, 1969.