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1963 Gulf One Z06 Corvette Racer ICS II Art Print,63 C2 Corvette Z06 Racer, 63 Corvette Racing Car, Race Car,Corvette Art

1963 Gulf One Z06 Corvette Racer ICS II Art Print,63 C2 Corvette Z06 Racer, 63 Corvette Racing Car, Race Car,Corvette Art

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: 1963 Z06 Golf One Racer Corvette Car Print
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• Absolutely Perfect for a Car Guy's (or Gal's) Man (or Car) Cave!! Another Car Art Print by Automotive Artist and Writer, K. Scott Teeters.

1963 Gulf One Z06 Corvette Racer ICS II Art Print,63 C2 Corvette Z06 Racer, 63 Corvette Racing Car, Race Car,Corvette Art, C2 63 Corvette Art, By K. Scott Teeters, ICS II 152

**** Don't See the year or model Corvette You Need? We probably have it and will create a listing for you. Just Convo or Email Us!!****

• Scott has been illustrating and writing about fast cars for over thirty years.

• This print is signed and numbered by the artist in a series of 500. And the print you receive will not show a watermark.

• This 11" x 17" black ink technical illustration and story is printed on parchment print paper with a commercial grade laser printer. Color of paper may vary from that depicted on your monitor.

• Your parchment paper print is carefully shrink wrapped on 12 x 18 brown cardboard and shipped via USPS Priority Mail. Print may be push pinned or tacked on your garage wall as delivered or you may take it out of its shrink wrapper and mat and frame it in a standard 16 by 20 frame.

• See the last pic to see an example of a random print shrink wrapped. Paper color is actually lighter parchment color.

• This art is "as seen in Vette Magazine" several years ago.

• Background story by K. Scott Teeters:

"Corvette chief engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov designed the Z06 package to take advantage of the Sting Ray’s new chassis and four-wheel independent suspension. The option provided a platform upon which a racer could, with good preparation, have a competitive Corvette race car. It included the 360hp L84 “Fuelie” 327 engine, an M-20 four-speed transmission, higher-rate front and rear springs, heavy-duty shocks and stabilizer bars, a 36-gallon fuel tank, and finned aluminum knock-off wheels. Most elaborate was the braking system, which included finned aluminum drums, internal cooling fans, vented back plates, cerametallic linings, and a dual-circuit master cylinder.

The new Corvette Sting Ray with its racer kit was supposed to keep the Corvette in the winner’s circle the way it had been for the three previous years. But there was a problem in the form of the Shelby Cobras. In retrospect, the two cars should never have been in the same class, given the Cobra’s 1,000-pound weight advantage.

Despite creditable performances in SCCA A/Production racing by the Grady Davis–campaigned Gulf One Corvette and others, the Cobras stole the Sting Rays’ thunder. But Duntov knew how to take care of his best racers. Of the 14 Z06 cars assigned by Duntov to be loaned to select teams, Davis received two. The Gulf One car illustrated here saw more track action than any of the other “assigned” Z06s. The car’s first outing was at the 1963 Puerto Rico Grand Prix, where Thompson drove it to its first class win. "

• Sent with protective cardboard via USPS Priority Mail with delivery confirmation for easy tracking and speedy delivery.

• US Only. And **Priority** packaging mailers (No First Class) only.
• Absolutely Perfect for a Car Guy's (or Gal's) Man (or Car) Cave!! Another Car Art Print by Automotive Artist and Writer, K. Scott Teeters.

1963 Gulf One Z06 Corvette Racer ICS II Art Print,63 C2 Corvette Z06 Racer, 63 Corvette Racing Car, Race Car,Corvette Art, C2 63 Corvette Art, By K. Scott Teeters, ICS II 152

**** Don't See the year or model Corvette You Need? We probably have it and will create a listing for you. Just Convo or Email Us!!****

• Scott has been illustrating and writing about fast cars for over thirty years.

• This print is signed and numbered by the artist in a series of 500. And the print you receive will not show a watermark.

• This 11" x 17" black ink technical illustration and story is printed on parchment print paper with a commercial grade laser printer. Color of paper may vary from that depicted on your monitor.

• Your parchment paper print is carefully shrink wrapped on 12 x 18 brown cardboard and shipped via USPS Priority Mail. Print may be push pinned or tacked on your garage wall as delivered or you may take it out of its shrink wrapper and mat and frame it in a standard 16 by 20 frame.

• See the last pic to see an example of a random print shrink wrapped. Paper color is actually lighter parchment color.

• This art is "as seen in Vette Magazine" several years ago.

• Background story by K. Scott Teeters:

"Corvette chief engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov designed the Z06 package to take advantage of the Sting Ray’s new chassis and four-wheel independent suspension. The option provided a platform upon which a racer could, with good preparation, have a competitive Corvette race car. It included the 360hp L84 “Fuelie” 327 engine, an M-20 four-speed transmission, higher-rate front and rear springs, heavy-duty shocks and stabilizer bars, a 36-gallon fuel tank, and finned aluminum knock-off wheels. Most elaborate was the braking system, which included finned aluminum drums, internal cooling fans, vented back plates, cerametallic linings, and a dual-circuit master cylinder.

The new Corvette Sting Ray with its racer kit was supposed to keep the Corvette in the winner’s circle the way it had been for the three previous years. But there was a problem in the form of the Shelby Cobras. In retrospect, the two cars should never have been in the same class, given the Cobra’s 1,000-pound weight advantage.

Despite creditable performances in SCCA A/Production racing by the Grady Davis–campaigned Gulf One Corvette and others, the Cobras stole the Sting Rays’ thunder. But Duntov knew how to take care of his best racers. Of the 14 Z06 cars assigned by Duntov to be loaned to select teams, Davis received two. The Gulf One car illustrated here saw more track action than any of the other “assigned” Z06s. The car’s first outing was at the 1963 Puerto Rico Grand Prix, where Thompson drove it to its first class win. "

• Sent with protective cardboard via USPS Priority Mail with delivery confirmation for easy tracking and speedy delivery.

• US Only. And **Priority** packaging mailers (No First Class) only.

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