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Moondoggie's Special Collection/Artwork.

 

 

"... so-cal speedster"

 

(Based on original photographby Steve Natale Photography.)


 

 

"... gold rolls along"

 

(Based on original photograph provided by Phil Ward)

"... kentucky country drive"


(Based on original photograph provided by Phil Ward)


 

"... enzo's retreat"

 

 

(Based on original photograph provided by Fritz Kunz)

"... warm up"

 Ferrari 365/GTB4 - s/n 16659

If you have been to Maranello you probably have been to the Warm Up!

(Based on original photograph provided by Kevin Peters "Daytona Ramblings")

(This composition is also being offered as a 12x18 "poster")


 

"... when i grow up"

 

Dave Kutz ... thinking about tomorrow!

(Based on original photograph provided by Dave Kutz)

"... on the tarmac"

 

Stuart Schlemmer 1967 Ferrari 330GTC and  "Connie"

(Based on original photograph provided by Stuart Schlemmer)

 

"... porsche almighty"

 

Gene Bussian at the wheel of #0139  ......

(Based on original photograph provided by Gene Bussian)

"... an old friend"

 

Gene Bussian and the #0139 at The Collier Museum

(Based on original photograph provided by Gene Bussian)

 

"... champagne and GTOs"

 

(Based on original photograph - Moet & Chandon GTO Napa Valley Tour 2007)

"... baja cantina"

 

(Based on original photograph provided by Terry O'Reilly)

 

"... hot pursuit"

Ferrari 250 GT of de Bonis & Fusina which finished 19th overall in the 1962 Targa Florio.

(All rights reserved - Simon Lewis Transport Books & Moondoggie Graphics _ NFS)

 
"... no victory today"

 

(Based on original black & white photograph. Photographer unknown.)

Le Mans 1955 of the Ferrari team lined up before start of the famous 24 hours race.  Cars visible are the 750 Monza of Helde and Lucas, the three factory 121s of Maglioli/Hill, Castellotti/Marzotto and Trintignant/Schell - all of which retired!  Not a single Ferrari finished the race.

The event was won by Hawthorn and Bueb in a Jaguar D Type but the race was blighted by the appalling accident to Pierre Levegh's Mercedes which went into the packed crowds right opposite the pits, killing over 80. It was the worst accident in motor racing history and came close to seeing the sport banned altogether in many countries (it still is in Switzerland).

The photo shows the old pits building which dated from the 1930s. After the accident this was demolished and a new one built (itself demolished in the 1990s).

   (All rights reserved - Simon Lewis Transport Books & Moondoggie Graphics - NFS)

 

 


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