Jaguar E-type Evolution Print
There is no denying the racing heritage of the Jaguar E-Type. The car, which upon its release in 1961 that Enzo Ferrari called “the most beautiful car ever made”, can trace it’s heritage directly to the highly successful C-Type and D-Type racing machines. The E-Type’s rare combination of beauty and performance established it as and icon in the motoring world. With its 150 mph top speed, sub-7-second 0 to 60 mph time, monocoque construction, disc brakes, and independent front and rear suspensions the Jaguar E-Type set a completely new standard for sports cars worldwide.
My Sports Car Art Jaguar E-Type Evolution print shows the development of the series from the C-Type to the D-Type and finally to the E-Type, each illustration based on my original cutaway artwork of the same cars. Evolution posters are sized 22″ x 29″ and are printed on high definition, art quality matte paper using naturally pigmented inks for rich, vibrant color.
Pints are shipped in sturdy cardboard mailing tubes vis USPS 2-Day Priority mail within the continental United States and via USPS First Class International mail to most places throughout the world.
Looking for something a bit bigger? Take a look at the backlit (or unlit) display from Garage Graphics. Jaguar E-Type Evolution Display Available 11/1
Jaguar E-Type Evolution Print— $65 each, press run —100
Also available in the Evolution series: Jaguar XK, Austin-Healey 100, Austin-Healey 100-6, Austin-Healey 3000, Austin-Healey Sprite, Triumph TR3, Triumph TR4, Triumph Spitfire, Triumph GT6, MG T Series, MG Midget, MGA, and MGB. (Not all titles are immediately available).
99 in stock
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