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Ford GT40 - Black - 24h Le Mans - 1966 - Limited Poster

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3d

  • Limited edition of 1000 pieces, designed and created by Automobilist's team of artists
  • Uses the latest 3D modelling technology to rebuild each iconic car from scratch
  • 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
  • Ships worldwide from Europe, rolled and delivered in a protective tube
  • Official licensed product | 24H Le Mans
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Ford GT40 - Black - 24h Le Mans - 1966 - Limited Poster

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The Ford GT40 was designed in the 1960s specifically to beat Ferrari, so they say. Beat Ferrari is exactly what the car did – but its impact on motorsport ended up being far greater than either company anticipated. In 1966, the Mk.II version of the car dominated the 24 hours of Le Mans, finishing first, second and third and continued winning the race for another three years after. The black-colored Shelby-American Inc. GT40, driven by Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon, finished first in ‘66. This is the car that we’ve recreated for our black Ford GT40 poster.

To reflect the GT40’s prestige, we’ve only produced 1000 limited edition prints, on high quality paper stock.

For all of our posters we use high quality off-set printing, premium paper, and vibrant color reproduction that stands the test of time – just like the cars themselves. Each one is limited and labeled with a special hologram sticker to denote its authenticity.

UNIQUE PRODUCTION PROCESS

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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