The RS — Porsche’s first successful race car, it only had a hundred and sumpin horsepower, but only weighed 1000 and sumpin pounds, so it went like stink. James Dean had one. He died in it on Sept. 30, 1955. Even though it was never driven again after Dean’s accident, his car (known as “Little Bastard”) was said to have caused more deaths — one when it fell off a trailer and another when its parts were reused in another race car. Its legend, like its famous owner, became larger than life. Choose from an image on metallic paper mounted to 1/2″ gatorboard ready for framing, or on aluminum with integral wall-mount, no frame needed. Maximum number of 55 before we break the mold. Signed, numbered Certificate accompanies each order. As this is written, low numbers are still available.