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Car Acrylic Print featuring the photograph Morris Recycling by R B Harper

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Morris Recycling Acrylic Print

R B Harper

by R B Harper


Product Details

Morris Recycling acrylic print by R B Harper.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

This circa 1954 Morris Minor Traveller in Key West has a 49 cid 4-cylinder engine that produces 30 horsepower. It could go 68 mph and return over 40... more

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Artist's Description

This circa 1954 Morris Minor Traveller in Key West has a 49 cid 4-cylinder engine that produces 30 horsepower. It could go 68 mph and return over 40 mpg and was one of the finest handling cars of the time. A Mechanix Illustrated review of the day said it has "enough level cargo room to haul an embalmed Chinaman and a stiff bull Elk to a firemen's clambake." Or a full load of passengers with "enough rear cargo space for a keg of beer and a Coca-Cola cooler." I hope it was not recycled that day.

About R B Harper

R B Harper

"The girls say I'm pretty easy; I can be had for most anything with wheels, keels, or terabytes." Dick Harper says. Dick is a contributing columnist for New Englandís oldest afternoon daily. He writes trade and general interest articles on consumer issues, cars and boats, manufacturing equipment, and management for small businesses and arts organizations. Oh, yeah. And he takes pictures. A barefoot, outdoor and nature photographer, he has fine art and stock photography from New England, the Atlantic coastal states, Florida, and the American Southwest. "I'm serendipitous," he says. "I'll sit on a site waiting for the superlative sun but I'm just as happy to have a walk around body when I see a speedboat on my street." Click the...



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