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1989 PORSCHE 930 'SLANTNOSE'

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

The 1989 PORSCHE 930 ‘SLANTNOSE’ story begins with Norbert Singer’s development of a race car using the 930 Turbo. After Kremer Racing offered a conversion kit, TAG owner Mansour Ojjeh commissioned Porsche to develop a road-legal version of the 935 race car. The ‘Flachbau’ or 'Slantnose' was introduced as a ‘Special Request Program’ from 1986 to 1989 using the 930 body and a restyled front nose which with a 3.3-litre turbocharged flat-6 engine, enabled it to accelerate from 0–97 km/h in 4.85 seconds reaching a top speed of 278 km/h. All this packaged into a limited number of 948 units and you can imagine the price!

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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1995 MERCEDES W140 S-CLASS

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

The 1995 MERCEDES W140 S-CLASS was designed by Olivier Boulay. I’m told and have read that this is the dream of every Russian gangster and only top mafia bosses could afford a S600 offering the best cozy and comfortable ride powered by a 402bhp 6.0-litre V12 or more if it was an AMG version. It cam with GPS which was a first for Mercedes. The ‘Boar’ as it is called offered a prestigious impression for its owner but with no guarantee of safety unless customized. It is interestingly the same model that Diana, Princess of Wales died in when her chauffeur somehow lost control in a Paris tunnel in 1997.

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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1992 PORSCHE 964

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

The 1992 PORSCHE 964 was designed by Benjamin Dimson and built between 1989 & 1994. Its main aesthetic feature was a pair of integrated bumpers and was the first time Porsche would offer a tiptronic transmission and all-wheel drive. The car initially came out with a ‘Design 90’ rim but in 1992, after the Cup Car had been produced in 1990 for the Porsche Carrera Cup, a ‘Cup Wheel’ became available. Both Carrera 2 & 4 models came in a coupe, targa and cabriolet. A 3.6litre flat 6 M64 engine was used which gave it a top speed of 261 km/h, reaching 100km/h in around 6 seconds. It was considered to be 85% mechanically redesigned compared to its predecessor with new coil springs instead of torsion bars, power steering and ABS brakes added for the first time. For me this car, still today stands as one of the best driver cars ever!

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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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.

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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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!

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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1982 DMC DELOREAN
'BACK 2 THE FUTURE'

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

The 1982 DMC DELOREAN also known as the DMC-12, featured in the movie trilogy ‘Back 2 The Future’ was originally designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro for the John Delorean company producing around 9000 between 1981 and 1983. It featured gull-wing doors and a brushed stainless steel outer shell. In reality, it disappointingly didn’t produce the power its presence and price-tag demanded but in the movie, it ticked all the boxes transporting Doc & Marty McFly through time when it hit 88mph. Mr. Fusion also, included in the sketch, features right at the end of the first movie when Doc gets back from 2015. The prop was actually developed from a Krups coffee grinder. Today 6500 of these cars are still on the road for which 150 of them have been converted to Time Machines!

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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