Ferrari 250 GTO #3387 art

 

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Ferrari 250 GTO #3387 art print by Artem Khalko.

Carefully produced with our giclée process to maximize color accuracy and resolution. At Simply Petrol, we use the highest-quality Hahnemühle fine art paper (315 gsm) with delicate texture and acid-free surface.

Giclée (French for “to spray”) is a printing process where millions of ink droplets are sprayed to saturate the fibers of the watercolor paper, resulting in pure, rich color and remarkable detail.

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Description

The Mona Lisa of classic cars, Ferrari 250 GTO is appearing once again as genuine Fine.Car.Art at Simply Petrol`s gallery, which of course, is full of excellent 250 GTO poster art. This time, our special guest is chassis number #3387GT Berlineta. It was the second Ferrari 250 GTO that was built at Maranello and was used by Scuderia Ferrari as test bed at Monza. Sure, after proper refinement chassis #3387 was sold to Luigi Chinetti Motors in New York.

The certificate of origin was issued on March, 16th 1962 and just a single week later it finished second overall and first in class at Sebring, driven by Phill Hill and Olivier Genadebien. As any of these beauties, the history of Ferrari 250 GTO #3387 is documented very well. Right after its impressive inaugural competition, Chinetti Motors sold the car to Robert Grossman with Le Mans preparation on the go. Under the new ownership, the car finished 6th overall and 3rd in class in `62 Le Mans with Bob Grossman and George Roberts Jr. behind the wheel.

Then #3387 lost its original metallic blue paint in favor of classic Ferrari red, even though the racing stripes were kept. Due to its early release, the second 250 GTO experienced some modifications including the addition of front brake ducts, blinkers relocation to fender and gas filler movement, just like the later examples.

“Ferrari 250 GTO is the definitive Grand Touring automobiles of the 60s … or, some might well argue, of all time.”
Phill Hill

As of today /June, 2018/ chassis #3387 is looking for its new owner trough the services of Ferrari experts of Talacrest. Meanwhile, another 250 GTO smashed heavily the most expensive classic car record with price tag of $70 million, paid by American collector.

If you want to share space and enjoy the eternal beauty of this car, our Ferrari 250 GTO #3387 art is emitting dynamism, piece of mystery and the classic elegance of its silhouette. Skillfully created by Artem Halko and carefully issued by Simply Petrol.

artem igor khalko

We are two brothers, Igor and Artem Khalko from Belarus, with the same passion in cars and art. We were born in a small city named Mosty, close to the Polish border. We started to draw cars since we were kids, probably 5 years old. That was a time of the Soviet Union fall apart. When we saw some extraordinary cars on the road or in the magazines, it always was a special occasion for us. They were times when the most common car was Lada Niva. It was an outstanding moment to see extremely rare Porsche, BMW, or Mercedes-Benz models on the road.

We have our art skills from father, who was a very talented artist and he managed to match his own passion for cars with painting excellent pictures.
Sometimes we joint our artistic skills and perspective to create car art as a team.

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Size

Large – 40.9 x 25.2 inches | 104 x 64 cm, Medium – 28.3 x 17.7 inches | 72 x 45 cm, Small – 22.4 x 14.6 inches | 57 x 37 inches

Your art print

1. Framing

A frame is not included. Your #finecarart print deserves frame of its own that fits best to the environment you`d like to place it.

2. Shipping

You can choose between STANDARD and EXPRESS delivery. Visit our Shipping page to check out the delivery options in order to pick what fits your needs. You`ll find shortcut at the footer section of Simply Petrol.

3. Packaging

Your #finecarart print will be laid between two sheets of archival paper. They are pH neutral (i.e. between 7 and 8.5) and will therefore have no chemical interaction with any objects it contacts. The #finecarart print will be rolled with the help of a smaller tube and will be packed in a reasonably heavy mailing tube with secure end caps. The tube will be taped around the end caps to ensure a tight seal.

4. Care

In order to preserve this piece of #finecarart at its best, keep the print away from fluorescent lighting and direct sunlight and from areas with high humidity, and at normal room temperature between 18 – 23 °C // 64 – 73 °F.

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