Concept Corvair Print
GM's 1954 Motorama show debuted a Corvair concept, stunningly rendered here as a special-edition signed and numbered print.
Back to the Future normally builds new Corvette bodies for 1953-'62 variants, but Bob Mangold was so taken with the styling of GM's dream car that he decided to build 10 tribute cars for discriminating enthusiasts. To commemorate the project, Bob commissioned a limited number of prints of the Corvair concept rendering. Produced on 100 pound white velvet- finish stock, each print measures 18X26 inches and is perfect for framing and displaying in your office or shop. If you can't afford to put one of Back to the Future's striking tribute cars in your garage, this is the next best way to keep the GM concept power dream alive.
$125.00 + S&H (Excerts from article in Muscle Machines November 2009 issue)
Motorama Retro Corvair
Introducing the beautiful 1954 GM Motorama retro Corvair a limited number of these cars will be built on a custom order basis only.
Starting at $155,000.00 Assembled by the finest craftsman, such as Duane Mayer at American Hot Rods Inc. in California.
NOTE: PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Distributors for Art Morrison "G" force chassis, Tray Walden's Street Shop chassis.