1967 Shelby GT350 and GT500

I don’t draw American iron very often so when I do, I figure it ought to be something iconic and IMHO they don't get much more so than the 1967 Shelby GT350 and GT500—”Eleanor” if you will. This one's been on my draw list for a very long time and when I learned that Shelby was going to be one of the featured cars at the recent Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix well, how could I NOT draw it. There’s actually an entirely new transparency technique in play here along with the recent true cutaway style I used in the wheel areas on the BMW 507.

Archival prints are available in 12″ x 24″ or 18″ x 36″ sizes on acid-free paper using naturally pigmented inks. Prints can be ordered in any of the factory exterior and interior color combinations including a selection of factory and period options with which you can further personalize your print.

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Limited Edition Archival Quality, Fine Art Prints

  • Printed on acid-free, museum quality, giclee paper
  • Each print is numbered and signed
  • Includes Certificate of Authenticity
  • Available in two sizes—10" x 24" or 15" x 36"
  • Domestic shipping via USPS 2-Day Priority, International shipping via USPS First-Class (please see Shipping and Delivery Policy for more information)
  • Low resolution proofs furnished prior to printing (approval required)
  • Prints ship in 10-14 days (on average) after approval of low resolution proof

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