Pride of Kenosha
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When you mention automotive manufacturing, many people immediately think of Detroit, Michigan. What they may not realize is that between 1902 and 1988, Kenosha, Wisconsin produced millions of the cars and trucks — many of them built by the American Motors Corporation. The third release in Michael's "Building Horsepower" Series, Pride of Kenosha, pays tribute to the home of one of America's favorite muscle cars — the 1969, '70 and '71 AMC AMX. As the sun sets on the rolling farm fields just outside the city limits, these powerful cars stop to fill up before hitting the open road! In 1969 and '70, The American Society of Automotive Engineers named the AMX as the "Best Engineered Car of the Year". With aggressive body lines, pony car styling, and both mid and high performance engineering, the AMX gave other cars in it's class a real run for their money.
Choose from two different styles:
- Limited Edition Prints are produced on archival acid free paper—shipped rolled in a hard walled tube.
- Large Gallery Edition Giclée Canvases are printed on high quality, heavy gauge, acid free archival canvas. Canvases have a special waterproof UV coating and are gallery wrapped on a hardwood frame—shipped READY TO HANG in North America, and rolled Internationally.
Limited Edition Print
Size: 28" x 20"
Limited Edition: 1 of 800
Gallery Edition Canvas
Specially coated (waterproof, can be wiped down with damp cloth)
No frame or glass needed
Ready to Hang (stretched/gallery wrapped) in North America.
Size: 57" x 36"
Limited Edition: 1 of 50