Austin-Healey 100-6 Evolution Display
Prior to the introduction of the 100-6 in 1956, looking for more power in the 100, Donald Healey began experimenting with an in-line six version. With the new, more powerful engine installed, the BN2 was shipped off to Jensen where it was lengthened and a pair of occasional seats added. While the BN3 never made it into production, in 1956 the BN4 did and, because the additional seating never found full favor with the Healey, the true two-seat BN6 was introduced in 1958, both giving way the following year to the re-tooled 3000.
My Sports Car Art Austin-Healey 100-6 Evolution print shows the development of the series from original BN3 design mule of the BN6, the last of the true two-seaters. Each illustration based on my original cutaway artwork of the same cars. Evolution art displays are 40″ x 60″, printed using dye-sublimation, and mounted in an extruded aluminum frame (assembly required). These large-scale graphics are available in backlit or unlit versions and as wall mounted or free-standing units.
Display units are drop shipped via UPS directly from the manufacturer.
Looking for something smaller? The Austin-Healey 100-6 Evolution is also available as a 22″ x 29″ fine art print. Austin-Healey 100-6 Evolution Print
Austin-Healey 100-6 Evolution Display — From $885 each, press run — 25
Also available in the Evolution series: Jaguar E-Type, Jaguar XK, Austin-Healey 100, Austin-Healey 3000, Austin-Healey 3000, Austin-Healey Sprite, Triumph TR3, Triumph TR4, Triumph Spitfire, Triumph GT6, MGB, MG Midget, and MGA. (Not all titles are immediately available).
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Large-scale Graphic Print:
Little did Gerry Coker know the day that Donald Healey walked into his office and asked him to draw a “sports car” that he would be penning one of the best selling and most popular British sports cars of all time. Perhaps more than any other British roadster, the Austin-Healey 100 represents the beginning of […]
With the introduction of the BN7 and BT 7 in 1959, Healey began evolving the Big Healey into more of a grand touring car, coming to fruition with the introduction of the the BJ8 in 1964. While the later 3000’s tend to be looked askance at by sports car purists, they are, with their improved […]
About Garage Graphics® — Doug Buchanan is a car guy (Arnolt-Bristol, Jaguar S1 coupe, and others). His father is a car guy (Morgan, Dodge Viper). His grandfather was a car guy (Voisin Demi-Berline). He’s also the third-generation owner of Renze Display, a 120 year-old exhibit and large scale digital graphics company in Omaha, Nebraska. For years, Doug has wanted to combine his love of cars and large scale graphics and it all recently came together with the addition of dye-sublimation printing equipment capable of producing images as high as 10 feet. Garage Graphics® was born! The effect of the super-sized graphics is absolutely stunning—made more so by the addition of dimmable LED backlighting—and something you just have to see to fully appreciate its impact.
A chance meeting between Doug and myself ended in a conversation about using my Cunningham Lightweight illustration for a full-scale display that was headed to the 2017 Monterey Motorsports Reunion and, eventually, to a day-and-a-half, full-on running meeting where we hatched the idea of using his printing and LED capability to produce 40″ x 60″ versions of my new Evolution print series. The Evolution, large-scale display is perfect for the dedicated car guy or avid collector who’s looking to add something truly unique to their collection. Only twenty-five of each design will be produced making these extremely limited pieces.
As shown below (from left-to-right, top-to-bottom): garage Graphics wall-hung, backlit display, Garage Graphics free-standing backlit display, brushed aluminum signature plaque, assembly tool kit (included), beauty shot.
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