Porsche 906 – Japanese GP – 1967 – White Poster

Tetsu Ikuzawa is one of Japan’s most beloved race car drivers and a true icon in the history of motorsports. In 1967, he won the Japan Grand Prix as a privateer in his No.8 Porsche 906, beating the Prince team and becoming a local racing hero. Now, we are proud to introduce a Limited Edition poster that pays tribute to Ikuzawa’s iconic Porsche 906. With its off-white body, yellow hood, and yellow rear panel, this car is a symbol of Ikuzawa’s determination, skill, and passion for racing.

The Porsche 906 is not only a symbol of Ikuzawa’s legacy but also an important piece of Japanese motorsports history. The 1967 Japan Grand Prix marked a turning point in the competition between Japanese and European automakers, and Ikuzawa’s victory was a triumph of skill and determination over established power.


Sold By: Automobilist


    • Features the winning Porsche 906 driven by Tetsu Ikuzawa during the 1967 Japanese GP
    • Limited Edition of 200: 50 x 70 cm (19 ¾ x 27 ½ in) – Vertical
    • Uses the latest 3D modelling technology to design the poster
    • Reproduced as a high quality offset print on beige textured 175g/m2 paper
    • Global Shipping from Europe, rolled and delivered in a protective tube


Please note that these products are shipped from international vendors. As a result, orders may have additional international customs duty & VAT charges payable on receipt of the product by the customer. 


These posters are rolled in protective tube to ensure their safe delivery to you – wherever you are in the world.

There is a delivery charge that will be added at the checkout prior to the payment stage.

UK: £14.50 (2-6 business days)
Europe: £14.50(7-14 business days) (outside EU + UK)
USA: £18 (7-21 business days)
ROW: £22 (14-21 business days)


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