Grand Prix of Cuba

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Cuban Grand Prix (c1958) Classic poster art printed on wood in the selected format and size 

Art: The Cuban Grand Prix, also known as the Havana Grand Prix, was a sports car motor race held for a brief period in the late 1950s in Havana. The race is now defunct, having been held for the last time in 1960. The 1958 race is best remembered as the backdrop to the kidnapping of Formula One World Champion Juan Manuel Fangio by anti-government rebels linked to the 26th of July Movement.

This sign is a "Woody", made of 1/2 in plywood with batons on the back and picture hanging hardware. The edges are painted black. Woodys do not require framing.

Size and style available in:

12"x18" Woody - $49.95

18"x27" Woody - $79.95

24"x36" Woody - $129.95

All prints are made from original art and re-prints are sold by permission from the owner. Art may show slight distress due to the age of the original art and factors from the wood.



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