The early 1960s were a time of turmoil and unrest as the Vietnam War was prominent on the nightly news and George Wallace wanted to segregate the south. America turned their eyes to their love of cars and began an emotional attachment that continues to this day of the need for powerful motors and sleek good looks.
The 1963 Ford Fairlane was an intermediate classic car that was part Galaxie and part Falcon. The Fairlane remains a viable hotrod for Ford lovers everywhere, and this gorgeous red example was seen in the bright Florida sun one afternoon.
High quality poster print on a 264 gsm fine art paper using custom-developed, archival, acid free pigment inks. Designed for an indoor use.
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