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Automotive Fine Art Limited Edition Series

The Artist is now producing large-scale automotive

fine art photography for events, offices, showrooms, retail,

institutions, homes and “Collector” Dream Garages.

Each piece of this, 50 only, limited-edition series

has been lovingly produced by the artist as an original then

hand signed and numbered. Each Giclees is produced

on the finest museum-quality paper that lasts a lifetime.

With over 30 automobiles in the collection, choose

and Barry will produce a signature art piece just for you.

Barry’s work has been featured in Motor Trend Classic,

Saturdays@Crystal Cove newsletter, the Art Center Car

Classic, and many other publications and events.

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Size A: 13.0" x 26.7"

Lamborghini Miura In 1965, Dallara, Stanzani, and Wallace invested their personal time into the development of a prototype car that they envisioned as a road car with racing pedigree, The car's rolling chassis, featuring an unusual -for-Lamborghini transversely mounted mid-engine layout, was displayed at the Turin Salon in 1965, impressing show goers. A version with bodywork styled by Bertone was finished only days before its debut at the 1966 Geneva motor show. The favorable reaction to the P400 at Geneva led Lamborghini to slate the car for production by 1967, under the name Miura. The Miura's layout and styling would become the standard for mid-engine two-seat high-performance sports cars, a trend that continues today.

New versions of the Miura arrived in 1968; the Miura P400 S featured a V12 developing 370 bhp at 7000 rpm. At the 1968 Brussels auto show, the automaker unveiled the Miura P400 Spyder.

Read More: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamborghini

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