Mike Hailwood is the jockey hanging on to the back of this specially prepared 900SS. Here he is putting it all on the line, hauled over mid-turn during his winning comeback campaign at the 1978 Isle of Man. After a decade out of the sport Hailwood brought Ducati back from the dead, and the replica of this bike went on to become one of the best-selling ever for the marque. The exact bike depicted here now sits in the hall of heroes at the Duacti Museum in Italy.
Each print order comes rolled in sturdy 4” x 18” tube with glycine paper protecting the print surface. Just don’t leave it there for months as it'll resist framing when unfurled.
These prints are so vividly printed they look fantastic in a simple, cheap frame, which we now offer for a modest surcharge.
These prints are uniquely sized somewhere between A3 and A4 standards, and the framed option includes a custom mat cut to fit. The black polystyrene frame’s outside dimensions are 28x20” and they come with plexiglass. Get a custom piece of UV resistant glass cut for them if you’re going to be hanging in proximity to sunlight and want the option of bequeathing to a grandchild. Otherwise it’s the most inexpensive, but entirely presentable frame option you will find.
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