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Keith Weesner
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"Don Delivers"
by Dave SnyderDon Delivers

Signed Limited edition of 500
Lithograph on fine art paper
Size: 22" x 28"
Print price: $95.00 plus $12.00 shipping

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Gallery wrapped and ready to hang - no framing necessary
Size: 32" x 48"
Print price: $1200.00 with free shipping
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Don Yenko built a reputation of building high performance race cars starting with road racing in the early '60's.  He then started selling special built cars based on what he learned on the track.

By 1969 Yenko Chevrolet had a dealership network of its own.  To buy a Yenko Chevelle or a Yenko Camaro you didn't have to go to Cannonsburg, Pennsylvania.  You could buy a Yenko at a local dealership, from V.V. Cooke Chevrolet in Louisville, Kentucky;  Joseph Chevrolet in Cincinnati, Ohio;  Colonial Chevrolet in Norfolk, Virginia or Jack Douglass Chevrolet - on of the largest, in Hindsdale, Illinois.  There were about 30 Yenko dealers across the country.  Don Yenko delivered to you.

"Don Delivers" is artist David Snyder's third visit to Yenko Chevrolet in Canonsburg.  On this day in 1969 Yenko is loading the transporter with Chevelles and Camaros bound for Chevrolet dealerships and new owners across the states.


"2525 28th"
(Berger Chevrolet)

by Dave Snyder2525 28th

Signed Limited edition of 500
Lithograph on fine art paper
Size: 22" x 28"
Print price: $95.00 plus $12.00 shipping

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Size: 32" x 48"
Print price: $1100.00 plus $150.00 shipping
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For 88 years Berger Chevrolet has been satisfying customers in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Since 1967 high performance Chevrolet enthusiasts have relied on  Berger Chevrolet of go fast goodies!

Berger sells a lot of Camaros, going as far as ordering truckloads from the Norwood Assembly Plant in Ohio and making special edition “Grand Rapids Camaros”.  In 1967 and still today Berger makes special edition Camaros at “2525 28th” in Grand Rapids.


"Motorama 1956"
by Dave SnyderMotorama 1956

Signed Limited edition of 500

Lithograph on fine art paper

Size: 22" x 28"

Print price: $110.00 plus $12.00 shipping

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About 10 years ago, Dave was researching historic Chevrolet signage and architecture at the GM Heritage Center.  Just for kicks, he typed in "Motorama" and a whole new world opened up.  Three hours later Dave was armed with detailed photos and even engineering drawings of the GM Motorama events.

This search resulted in four paintings over the next 10 years.  The first in the series was "Motorama 1953" - a good place to begin since this was the year he was born.  "Motorama 1954" and "Motorama 1955" followed.

The newest addition to the series is "Motorama 1956" and boasts all the nuance and detail of the previous paintings.  General Motors used the Motorama event to show the public the full line of productions automobiles.  The sets were enhanced with elaborately designed sets and displays including music and a stage show with costumed dancers.  GM concept cars were another feature.  The big star of the show in 1956 was the turbine powered Firebird II rolling down the "Highway of Tomorrow".

Showcased by Cadillac Motor Division was the Eldorado Brougham Town Car.  Buick had the Centurion, Oldsmobile the Golden Rocket and Chevrolet the Impala concept car.  The most striking was the Pontiac Club D Mur, a small two passenger sports car.

Motorama always debuted at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York, and traveled the US.  In 1956 the show traveled to Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Boston.  An unbelievable 2,348,241 people attended Motorama 1956.


"Auto Show 1970"
by Dave SnyderAuto Show 1970

Signed Limited edition of 500

Lithograph on fine art paper

Size: 22" x 28"

Print price: $95.00 plus $12.00 shipping

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Chrysler 1970... it's all about High Impact Color and High Horsepower.

High Impact Color - with names that suited the vibrancy of each hue - Lime Light Green, Panther Pink, In Violet Purple, Vitamin C Orange, Tor-Red and Blue Fire; and let's not forget Lemon Twist and Moulin Rouge. For those who dared to show their colors, $14.70 would be added to the bottom line. High Horsepower was available in the form of a 426 cu. in.
Hemi rated at 425 horsepower or a 440 six pack at 390 horsepower.

The E Body was introduced in 1970 - the Cuda from Plymouth and the Challenger from Dodge.


"A Celebration of Corvette"
by Dave SnyderA Celebration of Corvette

Signed Limited edition of only 167

Lithograph on fine art paper

Size: 22" x 28"

Sorry, edition sold out.  Only Artist Proofs are available
AP price: $130.00 plus $14.00 shipping

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Commissioned by an avid collector of all things American Muscle and with a particular passion for Corvette,
"A Celebration Of Corvette" is just that-a celebration of one of America's most iconic muscle cars.

Walk onto this idyllic scene at City Chevrolet and take a look. David once again brings to life the passion of the Corvette, with models from 1953 through 2013 assembled on the lot.

While you can't buy this collection of Corvettes, but you can buy the limited edition print and share in the passion of the hobby.


"Mel Burns Ford"
by Dave SnyderMel Burns Ford

Signed Limited edition of 500

Lithograph on fine art paper

Size: 22" x 28"

Print price: $95.00 plus $12.00 shipping

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In 1967 Mel Burns Ford occupied both sides of Long Beach Boulevard in Long Beach California. Along the east side was the new care showroom, and the A-1 Used Car lot and the Ford Motor Sport Dealer were along the west side. Mel Burns Ford was an authorized dealer of Shelby American. "Buy Where The Racers Buy" was the advertising tag line.

Automotive Artist David Snyder creates a scene typical to Mel Burns Ford in 1967. The Shelby Mustang 427 "Super Snake" is one of several high performance Fords sold by Mel Burns Ford. The Mustang was built by Shelby American to perform high speed tire tests for Firestone. It was purchased by Mel Burns in anticipation of building 50 "Super Snakes" for public consumption.


"Feeding the Herd"
by Dave SnyderFeeding the Herd

Signed Limited edition of 500

Lithograph on fine art paper

Size: 22" x 28"

Print price: $95.00 plus $12.00 shipping

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Mustang was first offered for sale to the public on April 17, 1964. Twenty two thousand Mustangs were sold that day. A year later over 400,000 Mustangs were on the road. Mustang became the most iconic "pony car" of the muscle car era. Artist David Snyder has portrayed some of his favorite Mustangs in his newest painting "Feeding The Herd" with memories of the day when a busy gas station on every corner was the norm.


"Looks and Performance"
by Dave SnyderLooks and Performance

Signed Limited edition of 500

Lithograph on fine art paper

Size: 22" x 28"

Print price: $95.00 plus $12.00 shipping

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Writer and photographer David Newhardt said of the Chevelle, "It is a wonderful mix of good looks and great performance."
Introduced in the 1964 model year, the Chevelle was based on the new GM intermediate A body platform. The performer for 1964 was the L77 with the 220 h.p. 283 cu. in. engine. By 1970 the Chevelle grew a little in size but a lot in power with the LS6 sporting a 360 h.p. 454 cu. in. engine some think it is the best muscle car of all time.

Chevelle looks best in the Super Sport trim and that is the way artist David Snyder portrays most of the Chevelles in his newest masterpiece "Looks and Performance".


"Quick and Dependable"
by Dave SnyderQuick and Dependable

Signed Limited edition of 950
Each print signed by David Snyder and co-signed by "Mr. Norm" Kraus


Size: 22" x 28"

Signed limited edition on acid free stock
Print price: $95.00 plus $10.00 shipping

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They meet again...world renown automotive artist David Snyder visits the legendary "Mr. Norm's" Grand Spaulding Dodge in Chicago for the fourth time.  This newest painting, "Quick and Dependable" takes us to the Dependable Used Cars side of the famous dealership.  All cars in this highly detailed painting were known to have been originally sold at Grand Spaulding.  In the background you can see through the service door-more cars are getting the "Mr. Norm" treatment and becoming members of the The Mr. Norm's Sport Club.


"Bobcats"
by Dave SnyderBobcats

Signed Limited edition of 500

Lithograph on fine art paper


Size: 21" x 36"


Print price: $95.00 plus $10.00 shipping

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Getting the "Royal" treatment meant you had one of the most feared Pontiacs on the street.  It started with a visit to Ace Wilson's Royal Pontiac in Royal Oak, Michigan.  "Performance Sales Manager" Dick Jesse would go over the list of options you needed - including ram air induction, dual free flowing exhaust and a four speed manual linked to a limit slip rear end.

Chief mechanic Milt Schornack would oversee the installation of these go fast parts.  Your new Pontiac would then receive the "Royal Bobcat" decals and you would become a member of the Royal Racing Team.


"Brumos 1972"
(Various years of Porsche)
by Dave Snyder
Brumos 1972

Signed Limited edition of 500


Size: 22" x 28"

Signed limited edition on acid free stock
Print price: $95.00 plus $10.00 shipping

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Gallery wrapped and ready to hang - no framing necessary
Print price: $1000.00

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"We Race What We Sell"... that is the motto of Brumos Porsche. A racing heritage that started with Volkswagen in 1954, the legend continues to this day with VP of competition Hurley Haywood at the Jacksonville, Florida dealership.

In 1972 Bob Snodgrass took over as General Manager and dictated the racecars should change from the Tangerine color to the more American white with red and blue striping. The iconic "Brumos Sweep" was born. The colors first appeared late in the 1972 Can-Am series on Brumos Porsche 917-10. In this scene, the 1100 horsepower monster sits in front of the Brumos Porsche dealership. Driver and Dealer Principal Peter Gregg has his photo taken for a press release. Standing next to the 1972 IMSA Camel GT Championship 911S, driver Hurley Haywood waits his turn to be photographed.


"Advanced Thinking"
by Dave SnyderAdvanced Thinking

Signed Limited edition of 500


Size: 22" x 28"

Signed limited edition on acid free stock
Print price: $95.00 plus $10.00 shipping

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"Advanced Thinking" was the advertising tag line used for the 1963 Studebaker Avanti.  The Raymond Lowey designed coupe was the most exciting new car for 1963.  it was picked to be the Indianapolis 500 Pace Car;  but production problems got in the way and ultimately the Lark Daytona convertible paced the annual classic.

1963 was a big year for Studebaker with the introduction of the Avanti.  The Wagonaire got a new sliding rear roof panel to haul tall loads.  The 298 cu. in. V-8 was available with a supercharger.

The year didn't end so well:  Studebaker president Sherwood Egbert, sick with cancer, stepped down.  New president Byers Burlingame moved the production of Studebakers from South Bend, Indiana to Ontario Canada.  


"Hurst Performance"
by Dave SnyderHurst Performance

Signed Limited edition of 500


Size: 22" x 28"

Signed limited edition on acid free stock
Print price: $95.00 plus $10.00 shipping

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In the '60's and '70's if you were going fast a quarter mile at at time, chances are you did it with a Hurst Shifter.

You could not go to a racing venue without seeing the iconic red and black "H" and you might even spot "Miss Hurst Shifter" Linda Vaughn.  A consummate promoter, George Hurst knew how to craft an image.  Hurst sponsored several exhibition drag cars, first the "Hemi Under Glass" Barracuda and then the "Hairy Oldsmobile" powered by two 445 Toronado drive trains.

Hurst engineer Jack "Doc" Watson developed the 1968 Hurst Oldsmobile using the Toronado 455, which paved the way to the development of the 1969 Hurst Oldsmobile and the 1969 American Motors SC/Scrambler.  Chrysler signed up in 1970 and the 440 powered full sized 300H hit the showrooms.

The 1972 Hurst Oldsmobile became the only non-production car to be named "Official Pace Car" for the Indianapolis 500...leading the way for the production of the Hurst Oldsmobile from 1973-1975.  


"Sold"
by Dave SnyderSold

Signed Limited edition of 950


Size: 22" x 28"

Signed limited edition on acid free stock
Print price: $90.00 plus $10.00 shipping

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"The sights and sound of a Mecum Auction are so intoxicating that automotive artist David Snyder just had to get it down on canvas.  The warm glow of the neon contrasts with the hot TV lights.  He wanted to capture the excitement of the auction - the way the lights reflect on the cars and the buzz of anticipation throughout the auction grounds.  From the banter of the auctioneer and the yells of the grinders - to the roar of the engines and the sparkle and shine of some of the best cars from around the country...this is what fills the days and nights of the fabulous Mecum Auction."


"Best In Show"
by Dave SnyderClass Reunion

Signed Limited edition of 500


Size: 22" x 28"

Signed limited edition on acid free stock
Print price: $90.00 plus $10.00 shipping

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"The Mopar Nationals celebrates its' 30th anniversary in 2010.  The last 19 years the Mopar Nationals has awarded an OE Gold Class Certification to cars judged as outstanding Mopars.  Each of those 19 years an award is given for "Best of Show".

The 19 "Best of Show" Mopars are taking their place of honor at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum."


"American Muscle Car"
by Dave SnyderAmerican Muscle Car

Signed Limited edition of 500


Size: 22" x 28"

Signed limited edition on acid free stock
Print price: $90.00 plus $10.00 shipping

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"In 1966 a show car appeared at auto shows introducing the intentions of AMC into the muscle car fray.  It was the AMX concept car followed shortly after by the AMX II in the showroom.  AMC offered the Marlin equipped with a 343 cu. in. 280 hp V8 tied to a four speed.  As the saying goes, AMC was "off to the races."

Some incredible and unique cars were produced by AMC in the muscle car era - the Hurst SC Rambler, Javelin and AMX two seater with engine sizes up to 401 cu.in.  The styling studio of Dick Teague penned some of the most beautiful cars of the era.

AMC won on the track and strip.  Javelin lost the 1970 Trans Am Championship by one point under the Penske Team with Mark Donohue.  Roy Woods Racing took over what Penske started and Javelin won the championship in 1971 and 1972."


"Speed-Stuff Super Market"
by Dave SnyderSpeed-Stuff Super Market

Signed Limited edition of 750


Size: 22" x 28"

Signed limited edition on acid free stock
Print price: $90.00 plus $10.00 shipping

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If you raced a car at U.S. 30 Drag Strip or just raced stop light to stop light on Saturday night, you knew about the Nickey Chevrolet Speed Shop in Chicago.  Located in the converted body shop at the back of the dealership, you could get whatever you needed to win - not to mention the added bonus of S&H Green Stamps.

Partnering with Bill Thomas in Anaheim, California, together they claimed to have the largest selection of Genuine Chevrolet Parts in the country.  They also had the experts on staff to lend a hand and make installations.  Nickey was one of the first dealerships in the country to support racing with a speed shop and build extraordinary cars that are now legend."


"Catching A Few Z's"Catching A Few Z's
by David Snyder


Signed limited edition print of 950
Image size: 22" x 28"


Designed and built to go Trans-Am racing, the Camaro Z-28 is my pick for the best all around muscle car.  It all started with the high-winding 302 cu. in. engine producing an advertised 290 h.p.; add a beefed up F-41 suspension and disc brakes - suddenly you're Mark Donohue in a Penske prepared machine.

In 1970 the legendary LT-1 350 cu. in. engine was the basis for the Z-28.  The second generation Camaro is still one of the most eye pleasing designs out of GM studios.  "Catching A Few Z's" pays homage to the great Z-28.

Sorry, sold out


Dixie Pig"Dixie Pig"
by David Snyder


Signed limited edition of 1000


Image size: 15½" x 24"
on 22" x 28" acid-free stock

 

Print price: $65.00 plus $10.00 shipping
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Christy from Nebraska

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