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    FS: Porsche race poster

    I have an original porsche race poster. It's the porsche cup 72. It's the first in the series and is dated december 1972. It is not mounted.
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    Post in seriously?

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    Senior Member Orbit's Avatar
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    Herr Beck - Seriously

    I don't think this poster should go into the seriously thread. Not in the best condition but not an easy one to find. The cool pic of the Kremer car gives it some cred.

    Herr Beck should come up some metrics on what is required to make it into the seriously thread. It really is an honor (of sorts) to make the seriously thread, the aluminum decklid I listed was one of the first entries and I still feel the excitement from the recognition. Perhaps entry into the Seriously Hall of Fame should be determined if the asking price is 4x greater than the amount that Frank would pay? In this case I suspect that this poster would indeed be eligible for the seriously thread.

    BTW - PM me if you are accepting offers for this poster


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    That's a fairly rare poster, good luck with the sale, but more importantly, is there really a thread called seriously? I can't find it on search, would love to see it. Seriously. Link would be great, thank you.

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    There is indeed a matrix attached to Seriously? worthy items. Its scope and complexity prevent me from including at the moment. The biggest challenge we face when vetting proper candidates is when unqualified posters (not to be confused with the wonderful item being advertised here) add items that are "overpriced" based not on the market but more on the fact that they're a cheap bass turd.

    Example below (Post #2) typifies a well meaning simpleton who doesn't understand the rare goods market. He inadvertently posted some items that don't qualify or pass muster, as long as the matrix is properly applied.

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    The pictures are crappy, but the poster is in very nice shape. I've seen it in person and thought the corners aren't perfect, once it's mounted and framed it won't matter. The important part - the artwork - is in very good shape.

    Price is absolutely on point.
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    SERIOUSLY, this is still available and the price hasn't change $1000.00 plus shipping and insurance or you can pick up locally.

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    This is still available (SERIOUSLY) the price is now $1000.00 or best offer plus shipping and insurance

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