And we’re off! Today, Dan Palatnik and I are releasing another poster of these cool, handbuilt sports cars that appeared across America in the early postwar years. This is the third in a series of posters that we will be continuing to release as we move forward.
Many of you will recognize the cars in our poster as some that we’ve restored or others in our group restored. There are also cars on the poster that are in restoration so what a great way this will be to honor the completed car with a poster showing it as part of its debut. Fun for all!
Our third poster includes:
- 1952 Allied Swallow Coupe
- 1953 Sorrell SR-100
- 1953 Meteor SR-1
- 1952 Woodill Wildfire
- 1955 Byers SR-100
- 1954 Victress C3 Coupe
- 1963 Warrior I
There’s additional detail under each car in the poster including the body material, the wheelbase and production number information. You can check out our new poster now available below. The printed size is approximately 2 feet wide and 3 feet tall. That’ll cover a lot of space on your wall gang 🙂
Dan Palatnik and I are hard at work bringing more artwork and renderings of these special cars to all of you. And within these posters, you can enjoy – perhaps for the first time – the innovation in design and the tenacity it took to bring these cars from design to reality. Most of what we are used to seeing is one handcrafted car at a show or a lone article in a magazine. We’re lining them up and showing you them in multitude – something that has never been done before with artwork of these cars.
I bet many of your car enthusiast friends can’t name most or all of the Handcrafted American sports cars on this poster – and that’s what makes the release of this poster even more fun. Feel free to share this poster digitally (or via this story too) with anyone or any group you wish. They can save / download the digital poster onto their computer with ease. Keep in mind that this will be the first time that many people have seen or heard of these handcrafted sports cars and sports customs so you can direct them to our website if they want to learn more.
If you want a printed version of the poster (approximately 2 feet wide and 3 feet tall), click on the following link. Then, follow the instructions at the top of the page. Here’s the link:
We have more work in development and will be sharing new posters and artwork with you over the coming months. So if you like to display handcrafted car art – something that has rarely been available for our favorite types of cars – things are about to change. Keep your eyes open for our next release soon 🙂
Hope you enjoyed the story, and remember…
The adventure continues here at Undiscovered Classics.