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Before the prototypes at Le Mans had the mandated stabilizer spines fixed to their backs, there was Jaguar doing something similar, and doing so in a much prettier form. This predatory and shark-like look of the car was backed up by a supreme level of performance and longevity that saw the D-Type take three overall victories at the 24 Hours. Quite the performer. Also quite the looker; the car presents itself almost as one big flowing curve that seemingly has no end nor beginning save for that dorsal fin, and yet despite the rounded body and diminutive size, it looks fierce. Perhaps that is influenced by the knowledge of its racing pedigree, but only the less sane of us would ever call this car anything but gorgeous.
Printed on archive quality Hahnemühle paper.
Limited edition of 200 prints.
Large format (A2 – 420 x 594 mm).
Signed and numbered.
Note: This product ships from Europe, U.S. buyers may incur Duty/VAT fees. Frame not included