Six Pack Salute

Six Pack Salute


Artist Michael Irvine

It's a spectacular day on the show field and all the Mopars are looking their best! This incredible painting is all about the cars—and the arrival of the Superbird—with the obvious show-stopping impact it has. Not only does it command the stares of appreciative on-lookers, it is worthy of a "6-pack salute.".

One of Michael's most color-intense paintings, it features Mopars from 1967 through 1971, including the powerful GTXs, Road Runners, Super Bees, Chargers, Cudas and a Challenger! With it's 'reflection-in-a-reflection-in-a-reflection,' this painting is as much of a head-turner as the cars it pays tribute to!

Michael on "Six Pack Salute"

I've been fascinated by these cars since I was a kid, because of their race-car look. The wing alone must have drawn some attention. I'm guessing a lot of them were pulled over 'just because.' I can imagine how the dialogue might have gone: 'If it's not a race car, what's the wing for?' 'Um, well officer, I heard it's for keeping the back end stable at over 200 mph ... but I can't be sure, 'cause my speedometer only goes to 150.'- MICHAEL IRVINE

    Limited Edition reproductions
    Individually Signed/Numbered by Michael Irvine
    Embossed with Michael's Studio Seal
    Certificate of Authenticity

    LIMITED EDITION PRINT (only 800 produced)
    Overall size: 22 x 28"; Image size: 18 x 23"
    10pt satin finish, acid free, museum quality stock
    Price: $140.00 USD

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