Trade #5: 1 original painting = BBS wheels

    The question of the wheels was something that had occupied me since the beginning of this project. I knew that the 1999 GT3 Le Mans entries ran on BBS wheels but I didn’t know the size or model. I consulted as many sources as I could, including the Porsche Archives, BBS and Kerry Morse,…

Trade #4: 1 canvas print = VIR track time

Virginia International Raceway is one of my all-time favorite US road course. It’s a proper driver’s track: The full course measures 3.27 miles and has a mix of fast and slow corners, elevation change and features technical sections coupled with some good ol’ “high risk / high reward” (also known as Big Balls) sections. You’ll encounter off-camber…

Trade #3: 1 Post-it note sketch = Limo service

One original marker sketch on a Post-it note for limo transportation from airport hotel to location of the donor car in Halifax, NS. Adam Eisenhauer co-owner of  Londonderry Limo in Hershey, PA., traded limo services in Halifax for this small sketch of his e36 M3. Of course, Adam also received the exclusive #hunzikerartcar cap which will be awarded to…

Trade #2: 1 Original painting = Deal Clincher

Once I had my initial agreement for the first trade (2 original paintings for a 996 GT3 donor) the next step was to find a suitable car. After a week of searching every car site, forum and after having reached out to various friends in the trade, I came across this gem on the Rennlist forum: I…

Trade #1: 2 original paintings = 996 GT3

Trade #1 The first painting MLHLND on Mulholland features a very special Porsche 911 modified by Singer. Of course, all cars that leave the Singer workshop are special, yet this car represents the pinnacle of Singer’s custom program. Every design and engineering decision was made with its namesake – the famous 21 mile stretch of scenic…