"Fast Forward, Fastbacks"
1964 - 1966 Ford Mustangs
Available Sizes shown for Print #2118

In April, 1964 Ford introduced its most successful launch since the Model T. Ford felt they needed a 2-seater "Pony Car" , but due to low sales of the T-bird they decided to also develop the 2+2 Fastback in addition to a 4-seater coupe. Ford had a huge success and in 18 months the million Mustang was sold. This sexy little car was so successful that the other manufacturers wanted their own "pony car" in hopes to cash in to the new market segment, but none could capture the success of the original little Pony.

This print features two 1965 and 66 Mustang Fastbacks racing down a country road with tire smoke billowing from the fenders as they race by other ponies in the lot. Transform yourself back to simpler time when gas was well under a buck and the entertainment happened off the couch and on the streets. What Ford lover wouldn't love stepping into this place every time they look at it?

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11"x14" Gicleť Print
Signed Open Edition
Print 2118S - $29.99



16"x20" Gicleť Print
Signed Open Edition
Print 2118M - $59.99


 18"x24" Gicleť Print
1966 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Prints
Print 2118C - $129.99






24"x36" Gicleť Print
2000 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Prints
Print 2118CL - $179.99



 54"x36" Gicleť Canvas
50 Signed and Numbered Canvas Prints.
Each Receive a Personalized Letter of Authenticity

To avoid shipping disasters, all Canvas orders are shipped unstretched in a tube. Most art/ frame shops can stretch (as shown) for about $150.00 or less.
Canvas 2118 - $1500



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