Vintage Auto Racing Posters

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You are about to see some of the greatest monuments to the sport of auto racing that have ever been created, perhaps the ultimate in racing collectibles. Magnificent 36×24 oversized prints, 5 in all, each one depicting the history of a segment of the wonderful sport of auto racing. Stock cars, Indy cars, road racing, sprints, and racing in the state of Florida are depicted as never before. See the beginnings of Nascar, Usac, SCCA, Cart, and many others. The drivers you either grew up watching race or have heard about: AJ Foyt, Richard Petty, David Pearson, Rick Mears, Bobby Allison, Phil Hill, Mario Andretti, and all the others; the hero’s of the sport. Take a minute if you will, and enter a world where racing’s past is so alive you can almost hear the engines and the crowd…Limited Production Posters

Indy Cars -…You’re going to take a trip in time…..when the STP turbine, Lotus Fords and Smokey Yunick’s sidecar shocked the field at Indy…

Open Wheel – (Sprints, Midgets and Supermodifieds)…What was your own special track. Could have been anywhere, north, south, east, west…Competing there were bright, shiny, handcrafted, open wheel creations…

Florida Short Tracks….This state  has a truly great racing heritage, and this print goes back to the birth of post war short track racing in the sunshine state…

Road Racing….The Ring, Spa, Targa Florio, The “classic” magnificent racetracks just might have been the ultimate test of skill and courage…

Stock Car Racing….Lets play “20 questions”. Do you know: What was the original name of the Sprint Cup series, formerly known as the Nextel Cup Series, and prior to that, known for years as the Winston Cup Series? What was  Richard Petty doing in 1966? What was under the ticket booth at a Georgia track; when restrictor plates were used for the first time?…

“OK, JUST HOW MUCH ARE THEY ?”

The paper is thicker as well, its the best quality available for this application, the printer said we were crazy to spend this much money on paper! I told him I wanted something that would last. A collectable should be durable if at all possible. Each print comes in its own heavy duty shipping tube. They make great presents from one race fan to another. Soooooo…how much???? 29.95 plus shipping? Nope, too much. How about 19.95 plus shipping? Been sold for that too. Again, just too much. The price is…

14.95 plus 4.95 shipping and handling…$19.90 total ! Now just think…. where can you get such an interesting, informative, and entertaining item at such a reasonable price!!?? Nowhere. Sure there are videos, we’ve all got them, along with books as well. They have their place, no doubt. But what makes these historical prints so very special is that they are constantly visible. Looking at them and enjoying them comes naturally. Yes I do have them on my wall, and Virtually every time I walk by one I still look, and I made ‘em!! And you know what? I always see something that I just did not see before. There is so much in each and every one. And, the truth is, there probably won’t be any more. When these are gone, that’s it. I don’t know how much a collectible like this will appreciate, that’s for the free market to decide. But, they are quite pleasant to look at, don’t cost a lot of money, and will bring enjoyment for years to come. In today’s world, that’s called a bargain.

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