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Detroit Arctic Expedition 1926 - The Iron Malamute | Limited Edition

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  • Specially designed and created as part of an annual series featuring Extraordinary Vehicles
  • Limited edition of 1000 pieces only
  • Read the entire story here
  • Uses the latest 3D modelling technology to design the poster
  • Comes as a standard sized poster, 50 x 70 cm (19¾ x 27½ inch), framing not included
  • Reproduced as a high quality offset print on 175g/m2 paper
  • Global Shipping from Europe, rolled and delivered in a protective tube. Shipping rates.
$55.00
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Detroit Arctic Expedition 1926 - The Iron Malamute | Limited Edition

$55.00

Story

An Alaskan Malamute is a huge dog, a supersized Husky, used to haul heavy loads on sleds across snow. But here at Automobilist, we don’t do cute animal posters, not even at Christmas time, so this is a tale about an Iron Malamute, a huge machine, which turned out to be a bit of a dog! We go back to 1926 and a plan hatched by Australian polar explorer, Captain George Hubert Wilkins to make a transpolar flight from North America to Europe.

The base was established in Barrow, a headland on the Arctic coast in Alaska. However, poor organisation meant frozen seas prevented supplies being sent to Barrow by sea, hence the idea of using the Iron Malamutes that were essentially a Fordson tractor with modification to allow the fitting of spiral threaded cylinders instead of wheels, that cut their way through snow and ice, driving the vehicle forward.

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Our expertise in CGI and 3D modelling means we can recreate and digitalize any moment from history. We spend many hours researching to be as accurate as possible, perfecting every single detail imaginable. With this, we’re able to use our highly detailed models to create animations, social media content, behind the scenes documentaries, and more – taking them beyond just being a piece of artwork.

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