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Triumph Spitfire production history poster print
Printed on Premium Gloss 240 gsm Paper Stock | Scroll down to see larger image and buy this print
This new original print by yself profiles the Triumph Spitfire series of British cars, starting with the Spitfire 4/Mark I and finishing with the final production Spitfire 1500 from 1980. It has a large section of text at the top detailing the development and history of the Spitfire models, and each car has a label and year, with specific text for the model depicted.
Especially included is a Triumph GT6, which was based on the Spitfire and was considered to be a poor man's Jaguar E-Type.
The poster includes a choice of 12 key Spitfire models/updates from the production period including:
1962 Spitfire 4/Mark I
1964 Spitfire 4/Mark I update
1965 Spitfire 4/Mark II
1967 Spitfire Mark III
1969 Spitfire III (US market)
1970 Spitfire Mark IV
1970 Spitfire Mark IV update
1973 Spitfire 1500 (US market)
1975 Spitfire 1500 (rest of world)
1979 Spitfire 1500 (US market)
1980 Spitfire 1500 (last production car)
1966 Triumph GT6 Mark I
Suitable as a framed print for the British or sports car enthusiast!
PRINT SIZE: 19x13 inches
PAPER STOCK: 240gsm premium gloss (thick and shiny)
The word SAMPLE appears on the poster image just for website listing purposes, it's not on the actual print you receive. Many hours of planning, research, illustrating and writing work have gone into the production of this print and I'm very proud of it. My work is bought by enthusiasts from all corners of the world and is also often purchased to be given as gifts.
Note: I reserve the right to make minor changes to the prints in the interest of improvement or accuracy. I endeavour to update my website images as soon as possible but you may receive a newer version of the print with some changes. The factory paint colours represented on the prints are reproduced as closely as possible. Actual prints may very slightly vary due to differences between individual computer or mobile device screens and printer, and supplies of paper stock and ink stock.