Using a special image processing technique to hone in on textural detail, Icon Auto Art's limited edition run of work — six stylized photos silkscreened onto thin aluminum panels — calls attention to the most remarkable design elements found in some of history's most stunning and iconic sports cars. From the detailed shot of a regal '39 Bugatti grill to the supercharger pipes on a '37 Cord, each one gives off an air of sophistication your gaudy dorm room supercar posters never could.
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1939 Bugatti Type 57C - $1,450 A wedding gift from France to the Shah of Persia, this extravagant version of the 57C has a few special features, including a very short windscreen and a disappearing top, concealed by a panel behind the interior.
1937 Cord - $1,450 Touted as the Baby Duesenberg, this magnificent beast was originally dreamed up by famed auto designer Gordon Buehrig for a competition held by GM. It was renowned for its futuristic look for the time, and just under 3,000 were ever made, as it struggeld to effectively scale and fund operations to continue production.
1920 Bugatti Type 13 - $1,450 The first "real" Bugatti, the Type 13 was prototyped in Ettore Bugatti's basement between 1908 and 1909, entering production upon the company's founding in 1910. In all, 435 versions were made until it was taken out of the lineup in 1920.
1962 Porsche 356 - $1,450 A timeless classic. This was the company's first production automobile, made between 1948 and 1965.
1938 Talbot Lago - $1,450 One of the purest expressions of the streamline teardrop form, this whip was bred to race, with a six-cylinder engine, super-light chassis, and dual-braking system.