- Vivid, acid-free, archival, automotive art print
- Available in 36"x24" and 18"x12" sizes
- Available in the following original model colors:
Blue Diamond Fire, Black, Silver Diamond Fire
- Image illustrated by Nik Schulz
About the car
In 1975 the Lincoln Continental was restyled into the monolithic, straight-edged luxury cruiser you see here. This was '70s-era luxury: a faux-convertible coach roof with tiny c-pillar opera windows, a super-plush lazy-boy-on-wheels interior, and a ride as soft as a flying carpet.
It was one of the largest mass-market automobiles ever produced. The four-door Town Car measured 19.4 feet long (5.9 meters) and was powered by a massive 460 cubic inch (7.5-liter) V8.
The size and the styling are excessive by today's standards but the result was distinctive. There was no mistaking the look of a Lincoln.
About the print
Each print is a piece of automotive art featuring iconic, 20th-century cars, from the golden age of automobile design of the '50s, '60s, and '70s through to the '80s and '90s, rendered in a crisp, modern, vector illustration.
They are printed on heavyweight, 10-mil, acid-free stock with vivid, crisp, high-dynamic-range, archival inks. Framed, these prints will remain fade-free for up to 200 years. These are much more than just a poster.
They’re for sale here and designed to look fantastic in your home, office, or garage.