RACERS

'The fact is I don’t drive just to get from A to B. I enjoy feeling the car’s reactions, becoming part of it' - Enzo Ferrari

1969 FERRARI 365 GTB/4 COMPETIZIONE ‘DAYTONA’

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9 in stock

The 1969 FERRARI 365 GTB/4 COMPETIZIONE ‘DAYTONA’ styled by Leonardo Fioravanti as a Pininfarina design took on a much more sharp-edged styling away from the traditional rounded look of the previous 275 GTB/4. Ferrari’s internal foglio allestimenti or assembly sheets show that this chassis No12467 was the third 365 GTB/4 completed. Various changes away from standard were Plexiglas windows, an aluminum bonnet and boot, extended wheel arches, increased diameter on headlights and a transparent cowling which replaced the bumpers. Stiffer suspension springs, sturdier anti-roll bars and a 120-litre fuel tank were also fitted. The engine was unchanged from the road car in the first batch of competition cars, including this car, but tuned in the latter two batches. These cars were not raced by the official Scuderia Ferrari team, but by a range of private entrants for which this car placed 5th in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1971.

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'UV Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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2022 FERRARI F1-75 'Charles Leclerc'

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The Ferrari F1-75, No 16 is a race car designed and built by Scuderia Ferrari for the 2022 Formula One World Championship driven by Charles Leclerc. The name refers to the 75th year since Ferrari drove its first badged 125S car out of the factory in 1947. South African designer Rory Burne, has apparently played a major role in the lines of the F1-75 although not officially acknowledged. The car currently has 2 wins at Bahrain & Australia and is proving to be a more competitive car compared to the 2020 & 2021 cars. It is faster around the corners but slower on the straights when looking at the Red Bull RB18 rival. Powered by a 1.6L direct-injection V6 turbo-charged engine it is capable of getting to 100km/h in 2,6seconds with a top speed of 324km/h...Forza!!

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'UV Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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1978 PORSCHE 935/78 ’MOBY DICK’

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The 1978 PORSCHE 935/78’MOBY DICK’, duly nicknamed for its large size and wide overhangs, was designed and built by Norbert Singer for high speeds at Le Mans. Together with its aerodynamic shaping and engineering wizardry by Hans Metzger, the upgraded 3.2-litre twin-turbo with a water-cooled 4-valve head put out a galloping 845bhp reaching a top speed of 367km/h. It only ever saw 4 races with Jochen Mass and Jackie Ickx winning its first at the 6-hour Silverstone. It was the fastest car on the straight at LeMans’78 amongst other prototypes but finished only 8th after engine trouble proved challenging. It was eventually retired to the Porsche museum in Stuttgart. (drawn 4May'22)

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'UV Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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1947 FERRARI 159S
RAYMOND SOMMER

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The 1947 FERRARI 159S designed by Gioacchino Colombo, succeeded the 125S. Only 2 were ever built for which one exists in the form of a 166 Spyder Corsa. It was altered to race in the 1948 season and is the oldest remaining. It’s said to be a 125S with a few cosmetic changes aside from a larger engine. The engine is a 1.9-litre 60° V12 with a bore/stroke of 59 x 58 mm producing 125 bhp (92 kW) at 6,500 rpm. Debuting on 15 August 1947 at Circuito Pescara with driver Franco Cortese, it came in second battling to beat the Maserati 6CS 1500 for the rest of the year. On 12 October with its No78 livery, it got to shine at least once at the Turin Grand Prix driven by Raymond Sommer. (drawn 9 Dec'20)

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'UV Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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1947 FERRARI 125S
FRANCO CORTESE

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The 1947 FERRARI 125S designed by Gioacchino Colombo, was the very first car to wear the Ferrari badge launching on 11 May 1947 at Piacenza race track. Roadster in style, it featured a 1.5L V12 engine designed and built by Ferrari unlike its predecessor, the Auto Avio Costruzioni 815 from Fiat parts. Producing 118bhp (87kW) at 6800rpm it reached a top speed of 170km/h (106mph). It was 2 weeks later after a failed first race that No56 claimed its first victory at the Grand Prix of Rome driven by Franco Cortese. Only 2 cars were ever built and were dismantled as parts to be reused. Today what appears to be the 01C chassis (corrected from 010l) has been restored and keeps the fraternity of historians and enthusiasts in huge debate on whether this is true or not! (drawn 19 Nov'20)

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'UV Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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1970 DATSUN 240Z
JOHN MORTON

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The 1970 DATSUN 240Z also known as the S30 & Fairlady Z, was the first generation Z GT 3-door coupe produced by Nissan from 1969-1978. With Albrecht Goertz, designer of the BMW 507 responsible for making the body styling super sleek, it proved very popular with added benefits of low price, impressive performance & modern engineering. Independent suspension, front brakes, and rear drums also came standard. This particular 1970 BRE 240Z driven by John Morton in the 70’s helped put the Japanese carmaker on the US racing scene winning both the 1970 & 71 SCCA C production championship runoff races at Road Atlanta.

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'Museum Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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1971 DATSUN 510/1600
JOHN MORTON

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The 1971 DATSUN 510 or otherwise known as the Datsun 1600, designed by Terri Uchino, was a model of the ‘Bluebird’ sold from 1968 to 1973. These cars were inspired by the 1966 BMW 1600 on a technology level and were eventually famous for their rallying success outside of Japan. In the US the car had 96 hp (72 kW), and a claimed top speed of 100mph, front disk brakes, independent suspension, and a solid live axle with leaf springs in the back. Two-door, four-door, and station wagon options were available. Best known in the US for winning the Trans Am Series under 2500cc class in ’71 &’72 with John Morton at the wheel, this car remains one of the most popular production cars in numerous classes of amateur racing.

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'Museum Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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1955 MERCEDES-BENZ 300SLR
1955 MILLE MIGLIA WINNER

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The 1955 MERCEDES-BENZ 300SLR (Sport Leicht-Rennen) designed by engineer Rudolf Uhlenhaut, took Sterling Moss to his greatest victory with a record-breaking 10h7m48sec win at the 'Mille Miglia' in the same year! Most of its drivetrain and chassis were shared with the W196 track car but modified to add standard two-abreast seating and a set of headlights. A brazed steel tube spaceframe chassis carried an ultra-light Elektron magnesium-alloy body and the straight-8 engine under the hood canted to the right by 33-degrees lowering the car's profile for slicker aerodynamics. This created a distinctive bulge on the passenger side of the hood. To add fighting genetics to this 290 km/h (180 mph) 24-hour road/track sports racer desmodromic valves and mechanical fuel injection from the Messerschmitt Bf 109E fighter were also inherited. It is unfortunate that after a catastrophic crash and fire at Le Mans on 12 June 1955, its domination ended prematurely. Only 9 were ever made. (drawn 29Aug'20)

 

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'Museum Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.

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1952 FERRARI 250S
1952 MILLE MIGLIA WINNER

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The 1952 FERRARI 250S, designed by Giovanni Michelotti, was the first in the long lineage of Ferrari 250 road and race cars powered by the then present 3.0-liter Colombo V12 engine. In 1952 the 250 S won the Mille Miglia and 12 Hours of Pescara. At the Le Mans, the same year, it clocked the fastest race lap time. The 250S evolved from the 225 S model and shared the same tubular steel ‘Tuboscocca’ chassis with the same wheelbase and track dimensions. A 3.0-liter Colombo V12 engine was added producing 169 kW/227 hp at 7500rpm. Only a single example serial no. 0156ET was ever produced! (drawn 28Jul'20)

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'UV Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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1922 CHENARD & WALCKER 3L SPORT
LIRST LE MANS WINNER

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

CHENARD&WALCKER 3Ltr Sport was the winner of the very first Le Mans 24 Hours Race in 1923 driven by René Léonard and André Lagache, who were both engineers employed by Chenard et Walcker.(drawn 18Feb'20)

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'UV Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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1990 MERCEDES SAUBER C11

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The Mercedes Benz C11 by Sauber as a successor to the Sauber C9 used the same Mercedes-Benz M119 5.0L twin-turbo V8. It was the first time that Mercedes-Benz chose to put their name on their car, instead of simply using Sauber. It was also the last 'Group C' prototype built by the Sauber Mercedes team before the introduction of the 3.5-litre category.

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'Museum Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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1911 MARMON ‘WASP’
FIRST INDY 500 WINNER

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The 1911 MARMON ‘WASP’ winner of the first 1911 Indy 500 in 6hrs, 42min & 8sec, with an average speed of 120km/h, is believed to be the first car to utilize a rearview mirror which omitted the engineer in the back looking out for cars. As an artifact that survived in its entirety since its win with only light restoration, it is a testament to the pioneering days of American auto racing.(drawn 22Feb'20)

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'UV Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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1965 LOLA T70 MKII SPYDER
FIRST CAN-AM WINNER

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The 1965 LOLA T70 MKII Spyder which won the first Can-Am race in 1966 driven by John Surtees. This particular one was powered by a Chevrolet power plant and was considerably lighter than the MKI due to aluminum used for the chassis.

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'UV Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

 'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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1961 FERRARI 250 GTO

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The 1961 JAGUAR E-TYPE said by Enzo Ferrari to be ‘the most beautiful car ever made’, was a British sports car manufactured by Jaguar Cars Ltd between 1961 and 1975. An icon of the motoring world still today, the E-Type claimed a 241 km/h (150mph) top speed, under 7 sec 0 to 60 mph acceleration, unitary construction, disc brakes, rack-and-pinion steering and independent front and rear suspension. Based on Jaguar's D-Type racing car, which had won the 24 Hours of Le Mans three consecutive years, it employed a novel racing design principle with a front subframe carrying the engine, front suspension and front bodywork bolting directly onto the body tub. No ‘ladder frame’ chassis, as was common at the time, was needed and as such the first cars weighed just 1315kg (2900 lb)! (drawn 20July'20)

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'UV Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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1948 FIAT 500B 'TOPOLINO'

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The 1948 Fiat 500B 'Topolino' was one of the smallest production cars in the world when it was manufactured, it acquired an impressive and extensive racing proficiency that many larger race cars couldn't possibly match! It was the beginning of the 'Cinquecento'! (drawn 12 Feb'20)

AUTHENTICITY : Each drawing is limited to 10 signed and numbered prints regardless of size and comes together with a certificate & 10SERIE 'medallion'

PAPER : Professionally ink printed onto 350gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper to achieve the best color & light fastness.

FRAME :

Profile : A 14 x 34mm (0,55 x 1.33inch) beveled profile made from Obeche (African Maple) which is depended upon for its stability and relative resistance to warping once machined. It is offered in either color black or white.

GLASS :

'UV Glass' is 'non-reflective' and absorbs damaging UV light to allow over 98% transmission allowing only the best vibrant colors to translate and is advised for all the limited & signed prints.

'Standard' picture framing glass is a 2mm clear float glass. It is inexpensive and will protect your artwork from dust and physical damage.

BACKING :

Full archival acid-free board with 10mm deep-sunk (spacer) in same to create depth and set the artwork back off the glass.


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1952 MERCEDES-BENZ W194 - WINNER LE MANS (1952)

Regular price R 1,800.00 More framing options coming!
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9 in stock

The 1952 MERCEDES-BENZ W194, designed by Daimler-Benz's chief engineer, Rudolf Uhlenhaut was the brand's sportscar entry for the ’52 race season and its first since WWII. Its metal skeleton saved weight & provided a high level of strength which, with its gull-wing door arrangement, provided a very distinctive look to the final result. Powered by a 3.0 litre SOHC straight-6, it ran off an impressive string of victories from the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Bern-Bremgarten to the Eifelrennen at Nürburgring, and Mexico's Carrera Panamericana. Only ten were ever made with successions of the W196 and 300SLR leading to the iconic Mercedes 300 SL W198 in 1954. The W194 is regarded by some as the most important post-World War II Mercedes-Benz ever made with this particular car driven by Hermann Lang and Fritz Riess, winning the 1952 Le Mans race, the first German car achieving this result! (drawn 15May'20)