- Vivid, acid-free, archival, automotive art print
- Available in 36"x24" and 18"x12" sizes
- Available in the following original model colors:
Silver Blue, Rangoon Red, Wimbledon White
- Image illustrated by Nik Schulz
About the car
In 1964 the Mustang took America by storm. To young baby boomers, the car’s handsome, understated styling was a marked departure from cars their parents drove. The inexpensive sticker price meant it was affordable. Almost overnight the Mustang created a new automotive category: the relatively compact, 2+2 sports coupe.
1965 was the first year of the fast back body. This one is shown with the optional 289, K-code V-8 engine, good for 271 horsepower, and wears the GT badging.
No other car, perhaps, captures America’s postwar optimism, success, and youth culture like the original Mustang. It's one of the 20th century’s great cars.
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.