Up for auction is this double-sided Porsche Kremer Racing 20th Anniversary dealer sign. This 1980s illuminated sign was imported from Germany and is currently wired for 220v. The Lucite faces are very well preserved inside of the extruded aluminum housing measuring 31.5" x 31.5" with a hanging bracket that adds an extra 6". The seller states that the sign is in excellent working order with the graphics being in flawless condition. Buyer is responsible for shipping and handling charges.
Kremer Racing was a motorsports team that defined Porsche’s racing success in the ’70s and ’80s as a factory-backed outfit as well as an independent. Erwin and Manfred Kremer, two brothers born in Cologne Germany, founded Kremer Racing in 1962 after strong careers of their own as international racing drivers who were already modifying Porsches. Kremer Racing started with the use of the 911, 914-6 GT, and 934, modified by the brothers to different specs using only the best equipment and partners. After finding major success with their own vehicles, the Kremer brothers decided to not only develop and race those creations under their own banner, but made their legendary cars available to other teams with less technical capability.