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David Townsend’s fabulous new 1967 Shelby GT350 and GT500 art!

David doesn’t draw American iron very often so when he does, he thinks it ought to be something iconic and in his opinion (ours too) they don’t get much more so than the 1967 Shelby GT350 and GT500—”Eleanor” if you will. The GT350/500 has been on David’s draw list for a very long time and when he learned that Shelby was going to be one of the featured cars at the recent Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix well, how could he not draw it. There’s actually an entirely new transparency technique in play here along with the recent true cutaway style that he used in the wheel areas on the his recent BMW 507.

These are available on brushed aluminum in both 47″ and 57″ sizes as well as full sized fabric display versions up to 40′ long in any factory exterior and interior color combination as well as factory options of your choice. Youza!


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