The traditional definition of a classic car is a vehicle that stood above the crowd when new (often translated to mean beautiful, expensive and exclusive); one that was originally built in very limited quantities and is therefore quite rare today. Almost all “Full Classics” were constructed before World War II. Not so the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air. It was “popular-priced”. It was made in the gazillions. And it may be the most popular classic car of all time. Here’s one that’s so iconic, it almost glows in the dark. Image shines like crazy on aluminum. It’s ready to hang, no frame needed. And it’s rare, even if the car isn’t. There will be no more than 57 of this image offered, ever. A signed, sequentially numbered Certificate comes with your art. Low numbers are still available.