The McLaren M6A was a race car designed for use in the Can – Am championship. Later developed into the highly successful M8, the M6 was the first car to be painted in the now iconic McLaren papaya orange.
This stunning print depicts the Los Angeles GP, Riverside, 29 October 1967, where Bruce McLaren in his M6A won the penultimate round and that year’s CanAm Championship, after a battle with Jim Hall in the Chaparral.
Limited to an edition of 25, each print is signed and numbered by the artist and comes with a signed certificate of authenticity.
Fine art giclée print on Museum Heritage 310gsm art paper. The image size is 564 x 370mm, (594 x 420mm including border). Supplied loose