About the car
The Ferrari 288 GTO was the Group B racing-homologated version of the 308 GTB. Only 272 were ever made. Its modestly-sized, 2.8-liter, twin-turbo V8 packed a 400hp punch. It could rocket you to 60 mph in a little over 4 seconds.
The performance of the 288 GTO was indeed staggering, but so were its Pininfarina-designed flanks. When I saw one as teenager in Berlin, my brain practically melted.
Those wide fenders, the shark-like nose, the low-slung driving lights, not only was it the world’s fastest production car at the time of its 1984 release, it was, in my opinion, the world’s most beautiful.
About the print
Each print is a piece of automotive art featuring iconic, 20th-century cars, from the golden age of automobile design of the '50s, '60s, and '70s through to the '80s and '90s, rendered in a crisp, modern, vector illustration.
They are printed on heavyweight, 10-mil, acid-free stock with vivid, crisp, high-dynamic-range, archival inks. Framed, these prints will remain fade-free for up to 200 years. These are much more than just a poster.
They’re for sale here and designed to look fantastic in your home, office, or garage.