"Porsche 962C" Painting by Greg Stirling

Available for auction is a painting by Greg Stirling featuring the "Porsche 962C winner of the 1986 and 1987 Le Mans". This 30" x 48" painting is made from acrylic media on canvas.



During the early years of its career, the Porsche 962 became one of the most dominant cars in motorsport, and its efficiency and reliability led it to be a car much in demand among private teams. The championships won by teams campaigning the 962 included the World Sportscar Championship title in 1985 and 1986, the IMSA GT Championship every year from 1985 to 1988, the Interserie championship from 1987 until 1992, all four years of the Supercup series (1986 to 1989), and the All Japan Sports Prototype Championship from 1985 until 1989, and it was also very dominant in the American IMSA series well into the '90s. The 962 also won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1986 and 1987, with Derek Bell, Al Holbert and Hans-Joachim Stuck at the wheel on both occasions, and later winning under the Dauer 962 badge in 1994.



Greg Stirling started painting in 1980. After going through three decades of self-guided exploration in abstract expressionism, the art of the 20th century, and post-war impressionism, he arrived at the door of realism. To continue his area of study, Greg experimented with new techniques, media as well as innovative processes and concepts. Mr. Stirling is also an engineer, kinetic metal sculptor, and automotive enthusiast.



A message from the seller:
"The Porsche 962 is one of my all-time favorite race car designs. This large piece measures 48 x 30 inches. The photos shown on the wall are to scale. This painting is the second in a series emphasizing the feeling of speed and motion, and a new technique using spray paint. The stripes hint at trackside features. The vapor following the car gives the impression of a low-pressure vapor trail that follow jet fighters. I tried a number of ideas above the horizon and settled on a coastal early sunset. A portion of the proceeds from this auction will be donated to the victims of hurricane Ian."

The buyer is responsible for shipping, handling, and fees.

Auction Results

  • Sold for: $1,100
  • Auction End: 2022-12-02 21:35:06+00:00
  • Number of Bids: 11
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Comments (20)

  • KaiserKars 2 monthsago

    Sold for $1,100

  • oakseasons (registered bidder) 2 monthsago

    Shoot me an email if you can, I wasn’t able to be at the end of the auction.

  • gregstir (seller) 2 monthsago

    Thank you so much KaiserKars, good luck with the bidding!!!

  • KaiserKars 2 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $1,100

  • gregstir (seller) 2 monthsago

    Thank you guys so much for the bids and the compliment! I think the 962C is a magnificent piece of engineering.

  • crownpoint62 2 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $1,050

  • Silver930 (registered bidder) 2 monthsago

    Beautiful Art of the Iconic 962c

  • oakseasons 2 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $1,000

  • gregstir (seller) 2 monthsago

    Additional content has been added to the gallery for this listing.

  • gregstir (seller) 2 months, 1 weekago

    Hello everyone. Thank you for your interest in this most recent painting. I hope you all enjoy. Good luck and HAPPY BIDDING!!!

  • crownpoint62 2 months, 1 weekago

    Bid in the amount of $650

  • baddad 2 months, 1 weekago

    Bid in the amount of $600

  • crownpoint62 2 months, 1 weekago

    Bid in the amount of $525

  • baddad 2 months, 1 weekago

    Bid in the amount of $500

  • crownpoint62 2 months, 1 weekago

    Bid in the amount of $450

  • GT935 2 months, 1 weekago

    Bid in the amount of $400

  • crownpoint62 2 months, 1 weekago

    Bid in the amount of $350

  • GT935 2 months, 1 weekago

    Bid in the amount of $200

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"Porsche 962C" Painting by Greg Stirling
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