Mercedes 300SL 1950's 2 Seater Gullwing Coupé Sports Car Classic Car Print

Mercedes 300SL 1950's 2 Seater Gullwing Coupé Sports Car Classic Car Print

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A fantastic illustration of the iconic Mercedes 300SL sports car. Instantly recognisable from its beautifully crafted curvaceous lines and classic gullwing doors, the Mercedes 300SL roadster was produced from 1957 to 1963. It was the fastest production car of its time, capable of speeds up to 163mph / 263kph.

Please note that this is not a photograph. This is a hand-drawn vector illustration drawn by an award-winning illustrator-artist.

PLEASE NOTE: The frame is for visual purposes only and is not included.

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The Illustrations

All of our illustrations are created in-house by our award winning artist/designer, Nigel Biller. They are unique to Biller's Art and created in ultra high definition. All prints are created in a CGI vector format. This means that, no matter what size they are printed, the edges are always sharp and the colours always vibrant. There is no color banding over graduated tones.

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Some of our art (especially the cars) is believed the be derived from photography, but we assure you that this is not the case. Everything is hand drawn.



Our posters are printed on museum quality poster paper, made on long-lasting semi-glossy (silk) paper.

Our printing partners are located at over 30 locations around the globe in order to keep postage costs to a minimum (usually free) and ensure a speedy delivery.


We do not provide the frames for cost effectiveness in postage. However, all the print sizes we offer are designed to fit standard frames. For an A2 print simply buy an A2 frame, for a 24" x 36" print buy a 24" x 36" frame, and so on. You can purchase frames for our prints on platforms such as Ebay, by searching for 'picture frames'. They are often great value and often come with the plexiglass and fittings already in place. Just remove the back and drop the print in place. You will need no special tools or skills; just a table, table cloth and table knife. Please try not to touch the front of the print - cotton gloves are often a good idea.
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