MGB Evolution Print
The MGB was one of the best selling and most popular of a number of British sports cars that were produced in the 60s and 70s. A thoroughly modern design, the MGB featured monocoque chassis construction, roll-up windows and 30mph crumple zones which, for the time, was quite innovative. The MGB continued to sell well in the late 70s despite having its power severely compromised by the U.S. emissions regulations.
My Sports Car Art MGB Evolution print shows the development of the series from the early pull-handle cars to the rubber bumper models, each illustration based on my original cutaway artwork of the same cars. Evolution prints are sized 22″ x 29″ and are printed on high definition, art quality matte paper using naturally pigmented inks for rich, vibrant color.
Prints 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. MGB Evolution Display Available 11/1
MGB Evolution Print — $65 each, press run —100
Also available in the Evolution series: Jaguar E-Type, 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, and MGA. (Not all titles are immediately available).
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