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1950 FORD CONVERTIBLE

Maybe the most desirable of the “Shoeboxes”

This Ford convertible was always my dream car. It is a commission from another owner whowent to the University Of Dayton, thus the gas station in the background that was on the way,and now is in the Dayton Historical Park. The owner has given special  permission to sell prints of this work ranging from $150.00 to $275.00 depending on size and print type. Contact Bob for more information.

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SON TONY’S LATEST ABSTRACT ART

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My son Tony’s latest abstract art inspired by his fascination with astronomy and mathematics. This is among a number of pieces done since his very successful exhibition in January. Some of his work is on display in Dilly’s Bistro in Cincinnati at this time. fee is $120, plus print costs dependent on clients wishes. Contact Tony for details. 

1959 STUDEBAKER HAWK

High School Favorite

This car belonged to the owner when he was in high school in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is now a collector of some very valuable prewar and post WW2 cars, but never forgot this one and his many fun days in it.


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1953 CADILLAC

Detail from the 2018 Dayton Concours Poster

The illustration of the 1953 Cadlllac is taken from the 2018 Dayton Concours poster art. In the background to the left is Deed’s Barn where the “Garage Gang” met to work. Among the inventions to come from the barn was the self-starter for the 1912 Cadillac invented by Charles F. Kettering, (also in the drawing), and the cash register. Of course the Wright Brothers were members of the “Gang” as well. The original art is 19 x 26 inches. Individually signed Giclee prints are $175, 14 x 22 prints $125, 13 x 19 prints are $90. All plus shipping.

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THREE MOST SIGNIFICANT SEAPLANE RACERS OF THE 1920’S

2018 Dayton Concourse Poster created by Bob Calaizzi

A collage of the three most significant Schneider Cup racing seaplanes of the 1920s. The Supermarine at top is the plane that retired the Cup in 1929 after the Italian Macchi would’t start.
The Macchi was the fastest of all with a record 442 mph that stands today. Finally, Jimmy Doolittle, the only American who won the Cup in 1925 flying a Curtiss CS2-2. The top of the Schneider Cup is the drawing to the right of the Supermarine. Print #1 will be in The Champaign Aviation museum.
Numbered, individually signed vertical prints 17×22 @ $150 plus shipping of $10.

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THE FIREBIRD MAKES THE MAGAZINES AGAIN

FIREBIRD APPEARS IN THE JANUARY ISSUE OF HEMMINGS MUSCLE MACHINES

Hemmings Magazine once again selected the 1967 Firebird that ran in an earlier issue of their Classic Car magazine. the responses to these two pieces were multiple sales of both the small size prints at $90 and large Giclee prints 18×24 at $275, both plus packing and shipping and tax if applicable. Bob is very honored by their interest

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