In 1964, the American Copper Development Association hired famed auto designer Virgil Exner to produce a show car that would demonstrate to the public the many potential uses of copper in automobiles. Exner lengthened the chassis of a Shelby Cobra 18 inches, and engaged coachbuilder Sibona-Basano from Torino, Italy to build the body. The result was the striking 1965 Mercer-Cobra.
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Lucinda Lewis has chosen images that echo her love of automobiles for her Limited Edition Fine Art Collection. All prints are signed and numbered and strictly limited to the edition specified.
This 1965 Mercer-Cobra is printed on 100% cotton Cold Press 305gm archival watercolor paper with an elegant texture using permanent pigmented inks. Acid, lignin and chlorine free.
EDITION STRICTLY LIMITED to the number of prints listed beside each print size.
9 x 14” size print Edition Limited to 500 prints. $200 each
16 x 20” size print Edition Limited to 250 prints. $630 each
20 x 30” size print Edition Limited to 100 prints. $2000 each
After each print is approved, it is then titled, numbered and signed by Lucinda Lewis in pencil. A Certificate of Authenticity accompanies each print.
Print sizes are approximate based on image or format.
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