"Carmel Mission Classics"
Two mid-1950s classics, a Studebaker Golden Hawk and a Chrysler 300C, adorn the courtyard at the restored San Carlos Borromeo de Carmel Mission in Carmel. Founded in 1771, the Carmel Mission is the burial place for padre Junipero Sera, a Franciscan Friar who was instrumental in founding the California Missions. the 300C was a beautiful brute with its 375-HP engine, and the Studebaker Hawk was a forefunner of the "pony cars" that would come in the mid-1960s.
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Edition size for this image: 750
14 x 21 Inch Giclee on 200# Watercolor Paper
18 x 27 Inch Giclee on Canvas
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24 x 36 Inch Giclee on Canvas
Stretched & Unframed….$975
30 x 45 Inch Giclee on Canvas
Stretched & Unframed….$1,375
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