300SL Giclée Print

Grand Prix for your wall.

1954 was a big year. Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe got hitched, the World Series was broadcast in color, and the Mercedes-Benz 300SL was introduced to the American public. Ideated by Max Hoffman, the car was created as a toned down Grand Prix car, for the guy who wanted to put the rubber to the road. It has gullwing doors (think Back to the Future) and is named for it's Sport Leichtnature and 3.0 L engine displacement. When you want to add something with great design to your wall, look no further than top-notch German ingenuity, furthered by a beautiful print by Petrolified.

  • Digital giclée print
  • Archival Epson K3 inks
  • Full color
  • Printed on 250g matte, hot press paper
  • Due to shipping regulations, we unfortunately can't ship this item to customers in Canada at this time. Our apologies.
  • Contemporary matte finish
  • Composite wood with acrylic pane
  • 11" x 14" framed print includes a sawtooth hook
  • 18" x 24" framed print includes wire hanging
  • The width of the frame is 1.25"

Keep out of direct sunlight to avoid fading over time

As all prints are custom made (and when applicable, framed) at the time of purchase, these items are not available for returns. If you have any questions with your order please reach out to help@bespokepost.com.

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