Bragging Rights 1996
Bragging Rights 1996

The Cleveland skyline provides the backdrop as Tommy Kendall closely pursues Ron Fellows in a classic high speed Camaro versus Mustang battle in the early stages of the 1996 Sports Car Club of America Trans Am race at the city's Burk Lakefront Airport. On this day Ford would prevail as Fellows suffered engine failure and Kendall went on to win the event. Limited Edition 15 x 19 Giclee Print - $45.00

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Big Block Power
Big Block Power

For many years the Sports Car Club of America A Production class was one of the most popular with drivers and spectators alike. By the fall of 1978 the class was almost exclusively populated by Corvette roadsters powered by 427 cubic inch or 454 cubic inch engines. These "big block" engines reliably produced well over 500 horsepower. When mated with 2,900 pound cars the result was an amazing show of sound and speed. Limited Edition 14 x 19 Giclee Print - $45.00

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Sprinting into a Long Night
Sprinting into a Long Night

Limited Edition Print Signed by Artist The #5 Action Express "Corvette" prototype is keeping pace with the rest of the field as darkness falls on the Daytona Speedway during the 2014 Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. This car was able to win the once around the clock contest finishing only 1.46 seconds ahead of the similar #10 prototype of Wayne Taylor Racing. The winning car completed 695 laps and 2474 miles while maintaining a fast pace throughout the 24 hours. 15in. x 19 in. Giclee Print $50

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Red Dragon
Red Dragon

Limited Edition Print Signed by Artist This print shows the Gainsco Racing Pontiac powered Riley leading the Lexus powered Riley of Ganassi Racing during the last race of the Rolex Grand Am 2009 season. Against tremendous odds and stiff competition from more heavily funded teams such as Ganassi and Penske Racing, the Gainsco team and its "Red Dragon" won the 2009 Rolex Grand Am Championship. 15 in. x 19 in. Giclee Print - $40.00

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British Invasion
British Invasion

A Limited Edition Print Signed by Artist. At the end of the 2005 Sebring 12 hour race, the C5R Corvettes trailed two Aston Martin DBR9’s but in 2006 the improved Corvettes returned with renewed determination and ran first and second for over six hours before the Number 3 car suffered transmission problems. The Number 4 car continued on at a fast pace to win the class, finishing first in class and third overall. 15 in. x 19 in. Giclee Print - $40.00 Original 18 x 24 painting also available

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Championship by a Nose
Championship by a Nose

Limited Edition Print Signed by Artist Sam Hornish and Panther Racing won the Indy Racing League Championship in 2001.This breath-taking contest ended with Hornish winning by a mere .0096 seconds or about two feet. The stirring season long fight waged by Panther Racing and especially the last 24 laps of the 2002 season inspired the painting entitled “Championship by a Nose”. Limited Edition 15 in. x 19 in. Giclee print - $30.00

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September 11, 2001
September 11, 2001

Original Oil on Canvas Painting Dale Earnhardt Jr. takes a victory lap flying the American flag after winning at Dover, Delaware, September 23, 2001. This was the first NASCAR race to be held after the destruction of the Twin Towers in New York City. Original 18 x 24 painting only available - $200.

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First Overall in 24
First Overall in 24

Limited Edition Print Signed by Artist Early in 1999 a new chapter began in the long history of Corvette racing with the introduction of the C5-R to the endurance road racing world. One of the major goals of this program was to race and win at the most prestigious of the endurance events: Daytona, Sebring and Le Mans. Limited Edition 15 in. x 19 in. Giclee Print - $50.00

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Testing
Testing

Limited Edition Print Signed by Artist In 1964 Henry Ford II and his Ford Motor Company began a serious assault on the world of endurance sports car racing and its premier player, Ferrari. In spite of significant initial efforts, however, aerodynamic, gearbox and other problems kept the Ford GT 40 from being successful. Limited Edition 15 in. x 19 in. Giclee Print - $50.00

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Clash of the Titans
Clash of the Titans

1963 it became the obsession of Henry Ford II for a Ford to win the Le Mans 24 Hour endurance race and beat Ferrari on European soil. Finally in 1966, after two years of frustration, victory was indeed achieved with the GT40 Mark II. But the victory had been achieved with a car that was a descendant of the British designed Lola GT and rumor was that Ferrari would return in 1967 with a stronger car, the 330P4. Signed Limited Edition 14 in. x 19 in. Giclee Print - $50.00

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Nocturnal Cats
Nocturnal Cats

Limited Edition Print Signed by Artist Two XJR-9 Jaguars run together at sunset as they rush into the long night during the 1988 24 Hours of Daytona. The #60 car driven by Martin Brundle, John Nielsen, and Raul Boesel eventually won the endurance contest after a closely contested late race battle with the Porsche 962 of Bob Wollek, Mauro Baldi and Brian Redman. Signed Limited Edition 14 inch by 19 inch Giclee print - $45.00

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Can't Cool 'Em
Can't Cool 'Em

Limited Edition Signed Lithograph Autographed by driver Jack Baldwin and Signed and Numbered by Artist. Shows Baldwin battling against the elements as well as the competition during a Sports Car Club of America Trans Am race at Watkins Glenn, New York. Total edition size 250. Lithograph Print – 19 in. x 14 in. - $50.00

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24 Hour Carnival
24 Hour Carnival

Limited Edition Print Signed by Artist Early in 1999 a new chapter began in the long history of Corvette racing with the introduction of the C5-R to the endurance road racing world. One of the major goals of this program was to race and win at the most prestigious of the endurance events: Daytona, Sebring and most of all Le Mans. Signed Limited Edition 15 in. x 19 in. Giclee Print - $30.00

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200 at Cafe Hundaudiers
200 at Cafe Hundaudiers

Limited Edition Print Signed by Artist The 1988 24 Hours of LeMans became a titanic struggle between European manufacturers Jaguar and Porsche. Five XJR-9 Jaguars were entered against eleven Porsche 962 prototypes. Even though a Porsche 962 turned in the fastest qualifying lap, the #2 Jaguar able win by a slim margin of 2 minutes 36 seconds over the second place Porsche. The win was Jaguar's first in many years. Signed Limited Edition 19 by 15 inch Giclee Print - $50.00

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Ultimate C4
Ultimate C4

Limited Edition Print Signed by Artist For the 1987 IMSA GTO race season legendary race car designer and builder Bob Riley and his company Protofab collaberated with Chevrolet to produce two awsome tube frame cars based loosely on the fourth generation (C4) Corvette. Over the next 6 years these cars were always fast, winning many poles and races at IMSA and SCCA sanctioned events and providing the inspiration for "Ultimate C4". Signed Limited Edition 19 in. x 15 in. Giclee Print - $50.00

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Scotts Bluff at 5:10
Scotts Bluff at 5:10

Limited Edition Print Signed by Artist "Scotts Bluff at 5:10" shows two Union Pacific locomotives pulling the #112 AAR instrumentation coach, two instrumented coal hoppers and over 100 other loaded coal cars coming from the Powder River Basin in Wyoming and bound for a power plant in western New York. The train is nearing Scotts Bluff, Nebraska on time at 5:10 PM Central Daylight Time. Signed Limited Edition 19 in. x 15 in. Giclee Print - $40.00

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