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This is what Niels has to say about his work:
Officially named 365 GTB/4, this two-seat grand tourer Ferrari was built from 1968 to 1973. The name is reportedly used first by the media after winning first, second and third place in the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona. Styled by Leonardo Fioravanti the Daytona is sharp-edged. This early Daytona features fixed headlights behind an acrylic glass cover, later banned by U.S. safety regulation – resulting in pop-up twin headlights in ‘71. This multipiece artwork is showing only essential cues to identify Fioravanti’s design. Our brain connects the dots. Illustrated in traditional bright red with great attention to detail, without getting stiff or mechanical in the techniques used. nd the current 991.
Artwork by Niels van Roij
Printed on 240 GR photo paper.
Ships in 5-7 business days from Europe. U.S. and international customers may incur customs/VAT fees.
Includes 1x A3, 3x A4, 3x A5, & 1x A4 installation manual