There are some amazing images in the Image Republic archive, which we might revisit in the future. But for now, let’s focus on this Steve McQueen Drives Porsche print, which is available to buy via Made In Design.
Ok, it's unlikely to stay at that price for long, but it's nice to see a low starting price for a very cool car on eBay – this 1968 Porsche 912 Classic.
An incredibly stylish coupe, it's not perfect and has been stood in dry storage for a few years. But if you are willing to invest a bit of time, effort and money in this, it will really pay off. According to the seller, it will need some recommissioning, although it runs when parked and has no bodywork issues.
Lots of images on the site if you need a closer look and as we said, just 99 pence right now.
A real gem on eBay right now – this 1969 Porsche 912.
Its appeal lies in its originality. There are likely to be some that are around in better condition, but this one is pretty much as it was in the late 60s. According to the seller, the exterior is 'presentable', chrome is in 'good condition', while door tops, over riders and trim are 'all very nice'.
Other details include original 5-inch chrome wheels and caps, original headlights and turn signals, an interior that's 'complete' and some original documentation, if that's important to you. £6,101 is the current price.
Find out more at the eBay website
The first win for Porsche at the Le Mans race was in 1970, with Hans Herrmann and Richard Attwood driving a 917 K – and 40 years on, the P'6612 Dashboard Le Mans 1970 Watch by Porsche Design celebrates that significant event.
It's a watch based on the original car, with a dial styled after the car's instrumentation, a perforated calfskin strap with red stitching to replicate the steering wheel, the car's number 23 on the face and to finish things off, a brushed, polished titanium case, an automatic chronograph movement, and tachometer scale.
To coincide with the car's model number, 917 will be made, each sold with a scale model of the 917 K and a booklet signed by the race winners themselves. Price? Not yet confirmed, but we suspect 'not cheap'.