Image #54 - RSSSZ28 - 3x2



Is there anything heretical about introducing a car halfway through a model year? If there was a 1964½ Mustang, why couldn’t there be a 1970½ Chevrolet Camaro?

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With the foot of Broadway, San Diego, in the background, this is a 1970½ Chevrolet Camaro, so-called because the new body style was first introduced in February, nearly half-way through the model year. Officially, it’s a ’70, but like many bad boys, it came to the party late. You could get a Rally Sport package (the Ferrari-like front-end you see here), a Super Sport package, or a super high-performance Z28 package if you wanted to eat horsemeat (Mustang) for lunch. All packages together barely fit on a license plate. Image is available on gallery-wrapped canvas or aluminum, or even on wood.  All are ready to hang; no frame needed. Edition limited to 70½ (okay, 70). Numbered Certificate of Authenticity included, signed by the artist. Low numbers are available.

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Dimensions 36 x 24 in
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24×16 on canvas $495, 30×20 on aluminum $595, 30×20 on wood $695, 36×24 on canvas $795, 36×24 on aluminum $850