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Fine Art Print 2000KM Daytona 02_65 - 0801-Enhanced.jpg

Fine Art Print 2000KM Daytona 02_65 - 0801-Enhanced.jpg

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Limited Edition of 100 pieces each on archival paper.

Digitized from the original negative , printed in Switzerland to museum standards.

Photographs in this collection are from The Henry Ford Museums or The Ford Motor Company. All reproduction rights are reserved by the copyright owner and used under license by Archivea GmbH. All Images are printed with a white border ready for framing.

The Dave Friedman collection documents over 60 years of various automobile races and racecars and includes photographs, slides, negatives and contact sheets. Many of the images were taken by Dave Friedman himself, but the collection also contains images acquired by Friedman from other photographers, both in the United States and Europe, such as Jack Brady and Eric De Faile. In 1962, the then 23-year-old Friedman was hired as staff photographer for Shelby-American Inc., the racing design and construction shop owned by former driver Carroll Shelby. Here, Friedman had the unique opportunity to document the development of one of racing’s iconic cars, the Shelby Cobra. In 1966 and 1967, Friedman was hired by Ford Motor Company to document the company’s racing program. Friedman captured the final development of the first American-designed and built racecars that dominated the grueling 24-Hours of Le Mans race between 1966 and 1969."".

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