Why not you?
A new triumph for your collection awaits at your very finger tips
A Print with Power, Confidence, Speed, Mastery, History
it's all there
waiting for you
all you have to do
Is there a Mustang Fan In the world that deserves this Mustang Print more than you?
Look again at this picture. This is the fabled 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback (depicted as a Shelby GT500).
A car that exists in the land of the superlative, universally revered and often
the beginning and end of discussions regarding “the meanest mustang ever.”
Fans of the Touchstone Pictures 2000 remake of the 1974 cult movie “Gone in 60 Seconds” will recognize this as the original Eleanor, the modified 1967 Ford Mustang piloted by retired master car thief Memphis Raines, played by Nicholas Cage.
Several cars were built to handle various duties during the filming of Gone, But the Hero car depicted here driven by Nicholas Cage during filming and used in movie close ups, posters and promotional materials, in the process launching a whole new trend in Resto Modding. Built by Cinema Vehicle Services (CVS), the design of the car is a work of art, literally.
Well known hot rod designer Steve Stanford sketched out the original concept drawing for the car before the vehicle was brought to life by CVS. The builders were able to mock up Eleanor’s body pieces on a Mustang using clay and wood. Molds were then made to produce a new fiberglass front end filled with high powered PIAA driving lights, new fender flares, side skirts and scoops, hood and trunk lid.
The front suspension was replaced with a lowered and reinforced coilover spring arrangement with power rack and pinion steering: 4-wheel disc brakes were installed and Goodyear F1 tires mounted on Schmidt 8x17 inch Cobra -style wheels.
To give the car big-screen performance, it was treated to a 351/400HP Ford crate engine, which shares room under the modified hood with a front subframe body brace by Total Control Products.
In 2013, the “Hero Car” sold for a whopping $1.06 m at the Mecum Auction in Indianapolis In.
Instead of buying it for $1.06 million dollars, you can for a limited time own this beautifully
illustrated print for next to nothing by comparison.
Offered at only 84.95 this museum grade velvet fine art print measures 13x19, has a thickness of
19 mil and has a g/m weight of 260!
This exceptional print is ideal for framing and comes numbered and hand signed by Alfred Newbury.
Why not begin your collection today with "Eleanor" the first release of this Exclusive series
and give yourself the thrill and triumph you know this masterpiece will give you every time you look at it?
Why not? Why not you?
Here is what you get:
Museum grade velvet fine art paper - Think heirloom quality. If you take care of it, it should last forever.
Print measures 13x19 (inches) - Just the right size to see the image across the room, and make you look really important.
Has a thickness of 19 mil and has a g/m weight of 260 - Think about the most expensive paper out there. It looks and feels rich.
Amazing Car - You will love looking at "Unicorn" everyday, it makes you feel like you can handle anything.
Shipped in tank tough rigid flat packaging - Print arrives in great condition.
Ready for framing - Your saving money on framing and shipping here, by having the choice to pick out the perfect frame yourself. You know exactly how to make this piece even more amazing.
Simple and Powerful Composition between the car and the background - Can actually be hung in your home, not just the cave or the garage.
Printed using Archival inks that will not fade. - This image is designed to stay vibrant, If you take care of it (choosing right frame and UV protected glass)
A sense of pride - You now own a piece that reflects Mustangs legendary history.
A sense of triumph - You now own something that only a few Mustang fans will have.
It's Signed and numbered - Think resale, that's if you can get yourself to part with it after seeing how cool it looks on your wall.
If you are not 100% happy with this print, we will give you double your money back and you get to keep the print.
A nice note from Charles.
Hi Al, the print exceeded my expectations, and I want to get it professionally framed.
Because of the high quality of the piece, I dismissed the idea of framing it “DYI,” ...or using a big box stock frame.
I will likely be ordering other products offered by your outfit.
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