- Vivid, acid-free, archival, automotive art print
- Available in 36"x24" and 18"x12" sizes
Available in the following original model colors:
Carmel Bronze, Frost Turquoise, Tucson Gold
- Image illustrated by Nik Schulz
About the car
The Bronco debuted in 1966 as Ford’s first compact SUV. Simplicity and economy was the order of the day. All glass was flat, and the left and right door skins were identical—only the mounting holes were different. These no-nonsense, 1st-generation Broncos soldiered on for twelve years until Ford released the 2nd generation in 1978.
An able platform for hunters and adventures alike, the early Bronco, with its short, 92-inch wheelbase, performed well on America's backroads and trails. It even went racing, competing in the Mint 400, Baja 500, and the Mexican 1000 (the precursor to the Baja 1000).
These days old Broncos are the well-loved, elder statesmen of the off-road and overlanding communities.
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.