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Chevrolet Corvette Route 66 Poster

The Chevrolet Corvette Route 66 poster. In 1953 the Chevrolet Corvette went into production in Flint, Michigan, and was basically a hand-built vehicle that bombed soon after its launch. It had many shortcomings, not least of them the fact that the fibreglass body leaked water in heavy rain, and that the doors would swing open while the car was being driven. This was less than ideal but Chevrolet stuck with it. The car was receiving good customer reviews when compared to European equivalents.

 

This is an original poster designed and illustrated by Bill Philpot.

ALL PRINTS ARE GICLEE PRINTS ON HEAVYWEIGHT ARCHIVAL PAPER, AND PRICES INCLUDE WORLDWIDE POSTAGE AND PACKING. SEE PRODUCTION/SHIPPING FOR DETAILS.

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SIZE/PRICE:

SIZE 1: 85cm x 52cm (33½” x 20½”) £95.00 ($115.00 US, €109.00) incl p&p
SIZE 2: 70cm x 43cm (27½” x 17”) £80.00 ($97.00 US, €92.00) incl p&p

Please note: Currency conversions are approximate and are updated manually every six months or so via xe.com currency converter. These prices correct at 9 March 2017.

Please click on an image below to view detail or to see the size one poster framed in a room setting: