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Miami Grand Prix Porsche 962 Shirt

Miami Grand Prix Porsche 962 Shirt

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• True to Size

Measurements are approximate and allow for +/- 1" variation.

W = armpit to armpit width
H = shoulder to bottom height

W 48cm / 18.75"
H 68cm / 27.5"

W 50cm / 19.75"
H 70cm / 27.5"

W 53cm / 20.75"
H 72cm / 28.25"

W 56cm / 22"
H 74cm / 29.25"

W 60cm / 23.5"
H 76cm / 30"

W 64cm / 25.25"
H 78cm / 30.75"

W 72cm / 28.25"
H 82cm / 32.25"


• 100% Cotton

Care Instructions

• Wash Warm With Similar Colors
• Do Not Bleach
• Do Not Use Softener
• Tumble Dry Low
• Do Not Apply Iron Directly On Print

• Organic Premium Cotton Shirt
• Breathable 155 g/m²
• Miami Grand Prix Porsche 962 Print
• Made in Germany

The 962 was specifically engineered for IMSA regulations, which required the driver's feet to be positioned behind the front axle. Additionally, the engine was modified to feature a single turbocharger and air-cooled cylinder heads. While initially designed for IMSA, the model was later adapted for Group-C racing and rebranded as the 962C, equipped with a 956 engine.

In 1984, Bob Akin purchased chassis number 962-102, which was a standard 962 model complete with IMSA-tail, turbo bump, and 16-inch BBS wheels. The car had a lackluster first season, with its best performance being a sixth-place finish. However, its fortunes improved in 1985, partly due to its appearance in a Miami Vice episode filmed during the Miami Grand Prix. Sadly, the car met its end in a 1985 crash at Charlotte.

Subsequently, Bob Akin acquired a new chassis, numbered 962-113, and constructed a new vehicle. This updated version included several modifications that had become standard among other racing teams. Notably, it sported a Group-C style short tail and a redesigned turbo bump on the engine cover, making it visually distinct from the original 962-102.

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