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For Your Mopar Art Collection: Michael Irvine's "Battle On The High Bank"

Michael Irvine, Talladega, Plymouth Road Runner Superbird, Dodge Charger Daytona
Posted January 23 2014 01:24 PM by Scott Ross 
Filed under: Miscellaneous, RANDY BOLIG

"Battle On The High Bank" ...artist Michael Irvine's latest masterpiece

Remember when the Gen II 426 Hemi-powered Superbirds and Charger Daytonas were the hot set-up in NASCAR's top division, on tracks like Daytona, Atlanta, Charlotte and the new-the-year-before Michigan and Talladega ovals?

Even if you don't, Michael Irvine's lastest Mopar-themed masterpiece, "Battle On The High Bank" is worth adding to your collection of Mopar-related artwork.

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"Battle On The High Bank" ...artist Michael Irvine's latest masterpiece

“Battle On The High Bank” is Michael Irvine’s latest automotive artwork, and if you’re a fan of the “Aero Warriors” like the ’70 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird and ’69 Dodge Charger Daytona and Charger 500, this one’s for you.

Michael captured all the excitement, drama and energy of the 1970 NASCAR Grand National Series races at Talladega (both won by Pete Hamilton in the #40 Superbird) showing them and their Blue Oval competitors in action on Talladega’s 33-degree banking. 

Seen are the Daytonas of Buddy Baker, Charlie Glotzbach, Bobby Isaac and Jim Vandiver, the Charger 500 of Bobby Allison, and the Superbirds of Ramo Stott and Pete Hamilton…all chasing Richard Petty.

“Battle On The High Bank” is available as a limited-edition print, an artist proof, or a gallery-edition canvas.
 
GET IT: Michael Irvine Studios 800/361-5484, www.michaelirvine.com

 

(Courtesy Michael Irvine Studios)



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