Rat Pack New Year
The 1959 Cadillac, probably the most synonymous of the finned Caddy's.
1955 Porsche 550 Soyder
1959 Ferrari 250 California Spyder
 
 
1987 Ferrari F40
1962 Ferrari 250 GTO
1987 Ferrari F40
1932 Ford Hiboy
1970's Porsche 911 models
1955 Ferrari 500 Mondial Scaglietti
1965 GT40/2010 Ford GT/ Porsche tractor
1974 Porsche Carrera RS
1967 Corvette
1967 Ferrari 275 GTB4
1949 Delahaye Roadster
classic exotic automotive expressions
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

British blond bomshell Diana Dors owned this outstanding, extravagant and beautiful postwar coachbuilt roadster. This 1949 Delahaye Type 175 S with coachwork by Saoutchik is a stunning Amelia Island and Pebble Beach award-winner and is believed to have been the 1949 Paris and 1950 New York Show Car. This car just recently sold at auction for $3 million.

Giclee prints on archival, museum quality canvas. 300 limited edition prints. 19x13  $159 / 24"x36" $299

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The 1932 Ford Hiboy was a perfect car for the early hot rodder.  Many of these cars still remain today and have been kept for the sake of prosperity and Sunday enjoyment.  Seen here is Faith Granger the filmaker in her own hiboy.

Giclee prints on archival, museum quality canvas. 300 limited edition prints. 19x13  $159 / 24"x36" $299

 

In 1984 Ferrari produced a near perfection twin turbo, no bones, track ready, fire breathing monster.  The F40 provides the pilot with an unmatched viseral feel that no other street car can provide.  When the twin turbo's spool up it's like being kicked in the back by a mule.  A highly collectible car that owners never want to sell.

Giclee prints on archival, museum quality canvas. 300 limited edition prints. 19x13  $159 / 24"x36" $299

 

From the late 1970s to the late 1980s, classic car values rose rapidly and the 250 GTO, touted as the Ferrari that most successfully embodies the salient traits of the marque, became the most valuable of all Ferraris. Without saying, this car is stunning and an absolute work of art.  With only 39 cars manufactured it's no wonder this is the most highly desired Ferrari of all time.

Giclee prints on archival, museum quality canvas. 300 limited edition prints. 19x13  $159 / 24"x36" $299

 

In 1984 Ferrari produced a near perfection twin turbo, no bones, track ready, fire breathing monster.  The F40 provides the pilot with an unmatched viseral feel that no other street car can provide.  When the twin turbo's spool up it's like being kicked in the back by a mule.  A highly collectible car that owners never want to sell.

Giclee prints on archival, museum quality canvas. 300 limited edition prints. 19x13  $159 / 24"x36" $299

 

California Spyder production began in 1958, and some 11 examples had been built by the time it was announced as a separate model in December 1958. One California Spyder was entered by NART at Sebring early in 1959 and driven by Richie Ginther and Howard Hively. It finished ninth overall (behind four Testarossas and four Porsche RSKs) and won the GT class. Le Mans in 1959 conclusively demonstrated the performance of the California Spyder as the NART-entered, alloy-bodied car driven by Bob Grossman and Fernand Tavano finishing fifth overall.

Giclee prints on archival, museum quality canvas. 300 limited edition prints. 19x13  $159 / 24"x36" $299

 

The 550 RS or Spyder became known as the "Giant Killer". The later 1956 evolution version of the model, the 550A gave Porsche its first overall win in a major sports car racing event, the 1956 Targa Florio.

Its successor from 1957 onwards, the Porsche 718, commonly known as the RSK was even more successful, scoring points in Formula One as late as 1963. The Spyder variations continued through the early 1960s, the RS 60 and RS 61.

Giclee prints on archival, museum quality canvas. 300 limited edition prints. 19x13  $159 / 24"x36" $299

 

The venerable Porsche 911 has changed little since it's introduction in 1964.  These were raw, air cooled examples of cars made to support a company's racing appetite and not the other way around. These classics look as good today as the day they came off the assembly line. Drive it out to a fancy dinner on Saturday night and take it to the track on Sunday.

Giclee prints on archival, museum quality canvas. 300 limited edition prints. 19x13  $159 / 24"x36" $299

 

The Ferrari 500 Mondial Scaglietti Spyder (serial number 0556/0446 M) won its class in the 1st Grand Prix of Venezuela in November 1955 driven by Harry Schell and Eugenio Castellotti. One month later Porfirio Rubirosa eaerned a class win in the Governor's Trophy Race at Nassau, and Ebby Lunken matched that effort in the Nassau Trophy Race. Another class win was garnered at the March 1956 12 Hours of Sebring driven by Porfirio Rubirosa and Jim Pauley. It was then sold to international playboy Porfirio Rubirosa, who raced it in 1956.  Here you can see Rubirosa enjoying a day at the spa.

Giclee prints on archival, museum quality canvas. 300 limited edition prints. 19x13  $159 / 24"x36" $299

Every guy would love to have a man cave, but his getaway brings it to a whole nutha level.  With a midwest feel it's now wonder American muscle is present.  The Ford GT40 was created to beat Ferrari at Le Mans, and that they did. Ford recreated this icon for the new millennium with the Ford GT... The legend lives on.   Why not throw in a vintage Porsche tractor too? Don't stare into this piece too long, you may never come back. Now go fly a kite.

Giclee prints on archival, museum quality canvas. 300 limited edition prints. 19x13  $159 / 24"x36" $299

 

The RS is considered as one of the most desirable and collectable Porsches of all time.  This lightweight high power to weight ratio race car for the street represented the true racing heritage of the Porsche motorcar.  Drive it to the track, win, then drive it home. 

Giclee prints on archival, museum quality canvas. 300 limited edition prints. 19x13  $159 / 24"x36" $299

 

This Sting Ray was the last Corvette of the second generation, and five years of refinements made it the best of the line. The Sting Ray was lauded in the automotive press almost unanimously for its handling, road adhesion, and sheer explosive power.  This was the last year for this iconic body shape.  These were the day's of American muscle power thundering around the streets of the USA

Giclee prints on archival, museum quality canvas. 300 limited edition prints. 19x13  $159 / 24"x36" $299

Enzo Ferrari was always looking for an edge. Not satisfied with his company's international preeminence, he had his design team work with consultant Pininfarina to conduct a special study on aerodynamics in 1964. This research led to the creation of the Ferrari 275 GTB Berlinetta. What Pininfarina came up with was a clean-looking front end, with headlights faired in beneath glass covers, and a spoiler lip on the rear, which became a trademark for Ferrari's sport and grand touring cars.

Giclee prints on archival, museum quality canvas. 300 limited edition prints. 19x13  $159 / 24"x36" $299

 

 

 

 

 

LIFE'S ONE LONG WEEKEND
BLONDES HAVE MORE FUN
SUNDAY DRIVE
REDHEAD RIOT
LITTLE RED IN THE HOOD
RED MENACE
CALIFORNIA DREAMIN
MINE 550
TIMELESS CLASSICS
A DAY AT THE SPA
MAN CAVE
OLD SCHOOL
YELLOW FEVER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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