Some sources regard the mid-1950s Mercedes-Benz 300SL "Gullwing" as the first supercar. When it was introduced in 1954, it was certainly unlike anything else, and the 212-horsepower direct injection straight six made it the fastest production car of its day. With a rich motorsport history and the still amazing gullwing doors, the 300SL holds a special place among classic Mercedes-Benz coupes.
Originally hand drawn in charcoal and graphite and all available as a mounted print or mounted and framed.
All prints are printed on the highest quality archival quality paper with a life expectancy of 100 plus years!
All frames are handmade in the UK and come complete with backing board and hooks for immediate display once received. Our mounts are hand cut with a bevelled design allowing your prints to be mounted exquisitely.
A5 Print in 8x10 inch Handmade Frame
Size 24cm height, 28cm width,1.5cm depth
Aperture 14cm height, 21cm width
A4 Print in A3 Handmade Frame
Size 35cm height, 47cm width, 2 cm depth.
Aperture 21cm height x 29cm width
A3 Print in A2 Handmade Frame
46cm height, 64cm width, 2 cm depth.
Aperture 29.5cm height x 42cm width
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