Mercedes Benz W194 bonnet including the brand’s three pointed star logo, of 300SL chassis number 2 and original registration plate of W59 4029. The Mercedes-Benz W194 was entered for the 1952 Sportscar racing season, the brand’s first after World War II. Powered by a 3.0 litre SOHC straight-6, it ran off an impressive string of victories that included 24 Hours of Le Mans, Bern-Bremgarten, the Eifelrennen at Nürburgring, and Mexico’s Carrera Panamericana. Only ten W194s were made. It was succeeded by the Mercedes-Benz W196 on the track and the Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR on the road racing circuit. This led to the iconic Mercedes 300 SL W198 Gullwing road car in 1954.
Limited edition print of 1/25, hand signed, numbered and embossed with a Certificate of Authenticity (CoA).
Art prints are produced via fine art digital printing using specialist archival pigment inks and 308gsm acid-free paper with excellent depth of colour, longevity and stability.
The print comes with white borders on all sides to allow ease of handling and framing.
Signed CoA includes image, name and details of the work and is printed on 308gsm paper.
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