Print? Original Painting? Artist Proof?

Continues to be one of the most frequently asked questions! Each ORIGINAL PAINTING is meticulously hand painted, executed in acrylic on board. Each "masterpiece of Dave's mind" represents between 200 and 300 hours of painting, historical research and fine tuning. No computer generated art or airbrushed art is a part of any painting. The ORIGINAL PAINTING is a one of a kind, another doesn't exist! A limited number of fine art PRINTS are then produced from the painting. Each print is individually inspected, signed and numbered. When an artist produces a limited edition print, an additional 10 percent is printed and is the artist's personal stock. (a limited edition size of 950 are numbered 1-950, the artist proof edition is numbered AP1-AP95) Those prints are inspected, signed and numbered also. The ARTIST PROOF is worth more on the open market because of the small edition size. Some collectors purchase only the ARTIST PROOF, while others prefer the regular edition. However, only ONE can own the ORIGINAL.
Mid America Mid years
The launch of the 1963 Corvette Stingray caused a sensation. The bold new styling by Larry Shinoda under Harley Earl and engineered by Zora Duntov created the quintessential Corvette. Today the "mid years", 1963-1967 enjoy a status above all other Corvettes and demand the highest prices.

By 1968 the "mid years" were last years' design. Many traded in for the new Corvette. In this scene from 1968 at Mid America Motors there are many 1963-1967 Corvettes destined to set record prices at auctions today.

The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist; measuring 17.5" x 26" and printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28". The hand signed and numbered Giclee prints measure 32" x 48" and printed on archival canvas.

You can order "Mid America Mid Years" with Visa or MasterCard by calling 513 722-9608 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time, or send a check or money order for $100.00 ($130.00 for the Artist Proof) plus $15.00 shipping (US); $1100.00 for the Giclee (shipping quoted) to the address indicated. Ohio residents please add county sales tax
Limited Edition $100.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Gallery Edition $1100.00
Lunch With the Boss
The title of this painting could be called "Lunch With Larry". Larry Shinoda created the Boss Mustang.
In the early sixties Larry Shinoda was working in the GM Design Studio under Bill Mitchell. Shinoda is given credit for penning the Stingray shape for the concept car that eventually became the 1963 Corvette.
In 1968 Bunkie Knudsen was president of General Motors and was enticed by Henry Ford II to become president of Ford Motor Company. Larry Shinoda followed Knudsen to Ford and the Boss Mustang began to take shape. The dechromed smooth look and striping of the Boss is all Shinoda's doing, the rear deck lid spoiler and chin spoiler-all Shinoda. Shinoda is the Boss!

"Lunch With The Boss" is automotive artist David Snyder's tribute to Larry Shinoda. You can have "Lunch With The Boss" too. "Lunch With The Boss" is reproduced from the original painting and only 500 limited edition prints, 50 artist proofs and 10 Giclees are available. The prints, artist proofs and Giclees are hand signed and numbered by the artist.

You can order "Lunch With The Boss" with Visa or MasterCard by calling 513 722-9608 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time, or send a check or money order for $100.00 ($130.00 for the Artist Proof) plus $15.00 shipping (US); $1100.00 for the Giclee (shipping quoted) to the address indicated. Ohio residents please add county sales tax
Limited Edition $100.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Gallery Edition $1100.00
1957
Ford Motor Company produced some great new designs in 1955 and 1956 under the leadership of Ford's Styling Chief Frank Hershey. The 2 seat Thunderbird was new and the dramatic Crown Victoria was introduced in a palette of modern colors.

In 1957 Ford eclipsed Chevrolet in sales with a record 1.67 million cars produced. A new 312 cu. in. 245 horsepower "Y" block V-8 gave you all the power you needed. The innovative Skyliner retractable hardtop was a first for an American production car. The coupe-pickup Ranchero was introduced and would last another 22 years as the model in the Ford lineup. You could order your 1957 Ford in one of 12 paint colors and 19 two-tone combinations along with matching interior colors.
The Original Painting "1957" is executed in acrylic on board. The fidelity of detail by award winning automotive artist David Snyder brings the scene of a big city Ford dealership to life. "1957" is reproduced directly from the original painting and only 500 limited edition prints, 50 artist proofs and 10 Giclees are available. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist; measuring 17.5" x 26" and printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28". The hand signed and numbered Giclee prints measure 32" x 48" and printed on archival canvas.

You can order "1957" with Visa or MasterCard by calling 513 722-9608 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time, or send a check or money order for $95.00 ($130.00 for the Artist Proof) plus $14.00 shipping (US); $1100.00 for the Giclee (shipping quoted) to the address indicated.
Ohio residents please add county sales tax

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Gallery Edition $1100.00
Don Delivers
Don Yenko built a reputation of building high performance race cars starting with road racing in the early 60's. He then started selling special built cars based on what he learned on the track.

By 1969 Yenko Chevrolet had a dealership network of its own. To buy a Yenko Chevelle or a Yenko Camaro you didn't have to go to Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. You could buy a Yenko at a local dealership, from V. V. Cooke Chevrolet in Louisville, Kentucky; Joseph Chevrolet in Cincinnati, Ohio; Colonial Chevrolet in Norfolk, Virginia or Jack Douglass Chevrolet-one of the largest, in Hindsdale, Illinois. There were about 30 Yenko dealers across the country. Don Yenko delivered to you.

"Don Delivers" is artist David Snyder's third visit to Yenko Chevrolet in Canonsburg. On this day in 1969 Yenko is loading the transporter with Chevelles and Camaros bound for Chevrolet dealerships and new owners across the states.
David Snyder has produced only 500 limited edition prints, 50 artist proofs and 10 Giclees from the original painting. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist; measuring 17" x 26" and printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28". The hand signed and numbered Giclee prints measure 32" x 48" and printed on archival canvas. You can order "Don Delivers" with Visa or MasterCard by calling 513 722-9608 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time, or send a check or money order for $95.00 ($130.00 for the Artist Proof) plus $14.00 shipping (US); $1100.00 for the Giclee (shipping quoted) to the address indicated. Ohio residents please add county sales tax.

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Gallery Edition $1100.00
2525 28th
For 88 years Berger Chevrolet has been satisfying customers in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Since 1967 high performance Chevrolet enthusiasts have relied on Berger Chevrolet for go fast goodies!

Berger sells a lot of Camaros, going as far as ordering truckloads from the Norwood Assembly Plant in Ohio and making special edition "Grand Rapids Camaros". In 1967 and still today Berger makes special edition Camaros at "2525 28th" in Grand Rapids. In this 1971 scene, artist David Snyder pays tribute to the high performance year of Berger Chevrolet. Artist David Snyder has produced only 500 limited edition prints, 50 artist proofs and 10 Giclees from the original painting. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist; measuring 18" x 26" and printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28". The hand signed and numbered Giclee prints measure 32" x 48" and printed on archival canvas.

You can order "2525 28th" with Visa or MasterCard by calling 513 722-9608 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time, or send a check or money order for $95.00 ($130.00 for the Artist Proof) plus $14.00 shipping (US); $1100.00 for the Giclee (shipping quoted) to the address indicated. Ohio residents please add county sales tax.

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Gallery Edition $1100.00
Motorama 1956
"Motorama 1956" is the fourth painting in the Motorama series and boasts all the nuance and detail of the previous "Motorama"series of paintings. General Motors used the Motorama event to show the public the full line of production automobiles. The big star of the show in 1956 was the turbine powered Firebird II rolling down the "Highway of Tomorrow".

Artist David Snyder has produced only 500 limited edition prints, 50 artist proofs and 10 Giclees from the original painting. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist; measuring 17" x 34" and printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 20" x 36". The hand signed and numbered Giclee prints measure 28" x 60" and printed on archival canvas.

You can order "Motorama 1956" with Visa or MasterCard by calling 513 722-9608 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time, or send a check or money order for $110.00 ($130.00 for the Artist Proof) plus $14.00 shipping (US); $1300.00 for the Giclee (shipping quoted) to the address indicated. Ohio residents please add county sales tax.

Limited Edition $110.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Gallery Edition $1300.00
Auto Show 1970
Chrysler 1970... it's all about High Impact Color and High Horsepower.

High Impact Color - with names that suited the vibrancy of each hue - Lime Light Green, Panther Pink, In Violet Purple, Vitamin C Orange, Tor-Red and Blue Fire; and let's
not forget Lemon Twist and Moulin Rouge. For those who dared to show their colors, $14.70 would be added to the bottom line. High Horsepower was available in the form of a 426 cu. in.
Hemi rated at 425 horsepower or a 440 six pack at 390 horsepower.

The E Body was introduced in 1970 - the Cuda from Plymouth and the Challenger from Dodge.

"Auto Show 1970" showcases all that was new and exciting from Mopar in 1970. Artist David Snyder has produced only 500 limited edition prints,
50 artist proofs and 10 Giclees from the original painting. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist; measuring 18" x 26" and printed
on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28". The Gallery Edition Giclee measure 32" x 48" is hand signed and numbered and printed on archival canvas.
You can order "Auto Show 1970" with Visa or MasterCard by calling 513 722-9608 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time< or send a check or money order

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Gallery Edition $1100.00
A Celebration Of Corvette
Commissioned by an avid collector of all things American Muscle and with a particular passion for Corvette,
"A Celebration Of Corvette" is just that-a celebration of one of America's most iconic muscle cars.

Walk onto this idyllic scene at City Chevrolet and take a look. David once again brings to life the passion of the Corvette, with models from 1953 through 2013 assembled on the lot.

While you can't buy this collection of Corvettes, but you can buy the limited edition print and share in the passion of the hobby.

Only 167 prints and 50 artist proofs are available for purchase. Each print and artist proof measures 18" x 26" on 22" x 28" acid free stock.

Gallery Edition $1100.00
Mel Burns Ford
In 1967 Mel Burns Ford occupied both sides of Long Beach Boulevard in Long Beach California. Along the east side was the new care showroom, and the A-1 Used Car lot and the Ford Motor Sport Dealer were along the west side. Mel Burns Ford was an authorized dealer of Shelby American. "Buy Where The Racers Buy" was the advertising tag line.

Automotive Artist David Snyder creates a scene typical to Mel Burns Ford in 1967. The Shelby Mustang 427 "Super Snake" is one of several high performance Fords sold by Mel Burns Ford. The Mustang was built by Shelby American to perform high speed tire tests for Firestone. It was purchased by Mel Burns in anticipation of building 50 "Super Snakes" for public consumption.

The painting "Mel Burns Ford" has been reproduced to only 500 limited edition prints and 50 artist proofs. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by Dave and measure 17.5" x 26", printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Gallery Edition $1100.00
Looks and Performance
Writer and photographer David Newhardt said of the Chevelle, "It is a wonderful mix of good looks and great performance."
Introduced in the 1964 model year, the Chevelle was based on the new GM intermediate A body platform. The performer for 1964 was the L77 with the 220 h.p. 283 cu. in. engine. By 1970 the Chevelle grew a little in size but a lot in power with the LS6 sporting a 360 h.p. 454 cu. in. engine some think it is the best muscle car of all time.

Chevelle looks best in the Super Sport trim and that is the way artist David Snyder portrays most of the Chevelles in his newest masterpiece "Looks and Performance". The original painting is reproduced to only 500 limited edition prints and 50 artist proofs. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist and measures 17 1/2" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Gallery Edition $1100.00
Feeding the Herd
Mustang was first offered for sale to the public on April 17, 1964. Twenty two thousand Mustangs were sold that day. A year later over 400,000 Mustangs were on the road. Mustang became the most iconic "pony car" of the muscle car era. Artist David Snyder has portrayed some of his favorite Mustangs in his newest painting "Feeding The Herd" with memories of the day when a busy gas station on every corner was the norm.

The featured Mustangs in this painting are owned by one of Snyder's foremost collectors and the original painting "Feeding The Herd" is now included that collection. I continue to be honored and humbled by the enthusiasm of my collectors.
"Feeding the Herd" is reproduced from an original painting by Automotive Artist David Snyder. Only 500 signed and numbered Limited Edition Prints and 50 signed and numbered Artist Proofs are available. The prints and artist proofs measure 17.5" x 26" and are printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28". The Gallery Edition Giclee on Canvas measures 32" x 48" (the size of the original painting).

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Gallery Edition $1100.00
Bobcats
Getting the "Royal" treatment meant you had one of the most feared Pontiacs on the street. It started with a visit to Ace Wilson's Royal Pontiac in Royal Oak, Michigan. "Performance Sales Manager" Dick Jesse would go over the list of options you needed-including ram air induction, dual free flowing exhaust and a four speed manual linked to a limit slip rear end.

Chief mechanic Milt Schornack would oversee the installation of these go fast parts. Your new Pontiac would then receive the "Royal Bobcat" decals and you would become a member of the Royal Racing Team.

"Bobcats" is reproduced from an original painting by Automotive Artist David Snyder. Only 500 signed and numbered Limited Edition Prints and 50 signed and numbered Artist Proofs are available. The prints and artist proofs measure 17" x 34" and are printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 17" x 36".

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Brumos 1972
"We Race What We Sell"... that is the motto of Brumos Porsche. A racing heritage that started with Volkswagen in 1954, the legend continues to this day with VP of competition Hurley Haywood at the Jacksonville, Florida dealership.

In 1972 Bob Snodgrass took over as General Manager and dictated the racecars should change from the Tangerine color to the more American white with red and blue striping. The iconic "Brumos Sweep" was born. The colors first appeared late in the 1972 Can-Am series on Brumos Porsche 917-10. In this scene, the 1100 horsepower monster sits in front of the Brumos Porsche dealership. Driver and Dealer Principal Peter Gregg has his photo taken for a press release. Standing next to the 1972 IMSA Camel GT Championship 911S, driver Hurley Haywood waits his turn to be photographed.

The painting "Brumos 1972" has been reproduced as a limited edition of 500 signed and numbered prints plus 50 signed and numbered artist proofs. The image measures 16.5" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28"; Giclee Canvas prints measure 28" x 40" (same size as the original painting).

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Gallery Edition $950.00
Quick and Dependable
They meet again...world renown automotive artist David Snyder visits the legendary "Mr. Norm's" Grand Spaulding Dodge in Chicago for the fourth time. This newest painting "Quick and Dependable" takes us to the Dependable Used Cars side of the famous dealership. All cars in this highly detailed painting were known to have been originally sold at Grand Spaulding.
In the background you can see through the service door-more cars are getting the "Mr. Norm" treatment and becoming members of The Mr. Norm's Sport Club.

The first three paintings and prints of Grand Spaulding Dodge sold out fast and "Quick and Dependable" will be no exception. Each Limited Edition Print and Artist Proof is signed and numbered by the artist David Snyder and "Mr. Norm" Kraus will co-sign the Limited Edition Prints and Artist Proofs; the Gallery Edition is signed and numbered by David Snyder.

Artist David Snyder produced only 950 Limited Edition Prints; 95 Artist Proofs; and 10 Gallery Edition Giclee Canvas prints from the original painting. The prints and artist proofs measure 18" x 26" and are printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28"; Giclee Canvas prints measure 28" x 40" (same size as the original painting).

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Advanced Thinking
"Advanced Thinking" was the advertising tag line used for the 1963 Studebaker Avanti. The Raymond Loewy designed coupe was the most exciting new car for 1963. It was picked to be the Indianapolis 500 Pace Car; but production problems got in the way and ultimately the Lark Daytona convertible paced the annual classic.

1963 was a big year for Studebaker with the introduction of the Avanti. The Wagonaire got a new sliding rear roof panel to haul tall loads. The 289 cu. in. V-8 was available with a supercharger.

The year didn't end so well; Studebaker president Sherwood Egbert, sick with cancer, stepped down. New president Byers Burlingame moved the production of Studebakers from South Bend, Indiana to Ontario Canada.

"Advanced Thinking" celebrates the interesting year of 1963 in Studebaker history. Artist David Snyder has produced only 500 limited edition prints and 50 artist proofs from the original painting. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist. And measures 18" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28"j.

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs$130.00
ORIGINAL PAINTING AVAILABLE
HURST Performance
In the '60's and '70's if you were going fast a quarter mile at a time, chances are you did it with a Hurst Shifter.

You could not go to a racing venue without seeing the iconic red and black "H"; and you might even spot "Miss Hurst Shifter" Linda Vaughn. A consummate promoter, George Hurst knew how to craft an image. Hurst sponsored several exhibition drag cars, first the "Hemi Under Glass" Barracuda and then the "Hairy Oldsmobile" powered by two 445 Toronado drive trains.

Hurst engineer Jack "Doc" Watson developed the 1968 Hurst Oldsmobile using the Toronado 455, which paved the way to the development of the 1969 Hurst Oldsmobile and the 1969 American Motors SC/Scrambler. Chrysler signed up in 1970 and the 440 powered full sized 300H hit the showrooms.
The 1972 Hurst Oldsmobile became the only non-production car to be named "Official Pace Car" for the Indianapolis 500. . . leading the way for the production of the Hurst Oldsmobile from 1973-1975.

Artist David Snyder pays tribute to George Hurst and Jack Watson in his new painting "Hurst Performance".
The painting has been reproduced as a limited edition print of only 500 plus 50 artist proofs. Each print and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist.
The image size is 18" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".
Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
"SOLD"
The sights and sounds of a Mecum Auction are so intoxicating and automotive artist David Snyder just had to get it down on canvas. The warm glow of the neon contrast with the hot TV lights. He wanted to capture the excitement of the auction, the way the lights reflect on the cars and the buzz of anticipation throughout the auction grounds. From the banter of the auctioneer and the yells of the grinders, to the roar of the engines and the sparkle and shine of some of the best cars from around the country...this is what fills the days and nights of the fabulous Mecum Auctions.

David actually completed the painting on sight during the Mecum Spring Classic in Indianapolis, Indiana in May. He was able to share his technique with on-lookers during the day prior to the auction of the painting. TV cameras documented and broadcasted the progress and completion of the painting.
The painting has been reproduced as a limited edition print of only 950 plus 50 artist proofs. Each print and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist.
The image size is 18" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".
Limited Edition $95.00
"Class Reunion"
The Mopar Nationals celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2010. The last 19 years the Mopar Nationals has awarded an OE Gold Class Certification to cars judged as outstanding Mopars. Each of those 19 years an award is given for "Best Of Show".
"Class Reunion", the newest painting by award winning automotive artist David Snyder, the 19 "Best Of Show" Mopars are taking their place of honor at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum.

The painting has been reproduced as a limited edition print of only 500 plus 50 artist proofs. Each print and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist.
The image size is 13.5" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".
Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
"American Muscle Car"
In 1966 a show car appeared at the auto shows introducing the intentions of AMC into the muscle car fray. It was the AMX concept car followed shortly after by the AMX II. In the showroom, AMC offered the Marlin equipped with a 343 cu. in. 280 h.p. V8 tied to a four speed. As the saying goes, AMC was "off to the races".

Some incredible and unique cars were produced by AMC in the muscle car era; the Hurst SC Rambler, Javelin and the AMX two seater with engine sizes up to 401 cu. in. The styling studio of Dick Teague penned some of the most beautiful cars of the era.

AMC won on the track and strip. Javelin lost the 1970 Trans Am Championship by one point under the Penske Team with Mark Donohue. Roy Woods Racing took over what Penske started and Javelin won the championship in 1971 and 1972.

"American Muscle Car" is the latest painting by artist David Snyder. The painting has been reproduced as a limited edition print of only 500 plus 50 artist proofs. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist.
The image size is 18" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".
Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
"Speed-Stuff Super Market"
If you raced a car at U.S. 30 Drag Strip or just raced stop light to stop light on Saturday night, you knew about the Nickey Chevrolet Speed Shop in Chicago. Located in the converted body shop at the back of the dealership, you could get whatever you needed to win - not to mention the added bonus of S&H Green Stamps.

Partnering with Bill Thomas in Anaheim, California, together they claimed to have the largest selection of Genuine Chevrolet Parts in the country. They also had the experts on staff to lend a hand and make installations. Nickey was one of the first dealerships in the country to support racing with a speed shop and build extraordinary cars that are now legend.

Artist David Snyder salutes Nickey Chevrolet for the third time with the new painting "SPEED-STUFF SUPER MARKET". The painting has been reproduced as a print edition of only 750 plus 50 artist proofs. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist. The image size is 17.5" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".
Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
"cd 0.29"
The 1969 Dodge Daytona and the 1970 Plymouth Superbird were designed to win Winston Cup Races. Nascar rules dictated the cars had to go into production; 501 Dodge Daytonas and 1,935 Superbirds were built and available through dealerships.

Horsepower could only accomplish so much on the track and designers started to take notice of aero-dynamics. Co-efficient of drag became the most important development. The lower the drag the faster the racecar. The Daytona and Superbird were both built with a pointed nose and slope back cutting through the air with a co-efficient of drag down to 0.28 to 0.29. In 1969 and 1970 the Dodge Daytona and Plymouth Superbird dominated Nascar racing.

This new painting "cd 0.29" celebrates an incredible period in Chrysler Corporation history. The painting has been reproduced as a print edition of only 500 plus 50 artist proofs. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist. The image size is 10" x 34" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 15" x 36".
Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
"Back To Brice"
During the Mopar Nationals every August the party moves to Brice Road. As the sun goes down on Reynoldsburg Ohio, high horsepower Mopar lights up the street. Tire smoke and roaring motors fill the night as Mopar fans from around the world stand by and cheer. Mopar drivers strut their stuff during this unofficial parade of the best of the best in Mopar.

"Back To Brice" is artist David Snyder's second visit to Brice Road with a paint brush in his hand. The first painting was completed in 2001 and sold out as fast as the speeding Mopar Muscle on the National Trails Raceway drag strip. Don't miss the opportunity to own "Back To Brice" before it sells out too.

"Back To Brice" is reproduced from an original painting to a limited edition of only 750 prints and 75 artist proofs.
The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist. The image measures 15.5" x 34" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 20" x 36".
Limited Edition $110.00
Artist Proofs $135.00
"Auto Show 1959"
General Motors fielded a complete redesign of all brands in 1959. The emphasis was on more interior room and a lower, wider more sculpted body. And of course, fins. It was the last full year Harley Earl presided as the head of the General Motors Art and Colour Department.

The Motorama style dedicated concept cars present at the show were turbine powered Firebird III and the bubble top Cadillac Cyclone with dual radar pods in the front fenders. The most striking feature to artist David Snyder was the extraordinary color palette GM offered with outrageous matching color interiors.

Artist David Snyder pays homage to the 1959 GM line up with his newest painting "Auto Show 1959". Join Dave in the pageantry of the latest and greatest of those fabulous fins, outrageous colors and an era like no other. "Auto Show 1959" is reproduced from an original painting to a limited edition of only 500 prints and 50 Artist Proofs. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist. The image measures 15.5" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
"Truck Stop"
For travelers from the Midwest to the Deep South the PURE TRUCK STOP sign was a shining beacon. Take a break from the road for a meat loaf dinner or grab a cheeseburger at the restaurant - and don't forget a piece of pie. Fill up on Firebird gasoline or Energee diesel for the next leg of the trip. Long haul professionals can take advantage of services from truck inspection to a hot shower.

The transporter driver in this scene is hauling a load of 1972 El Caminos from Atlanta. In this 1972 scene we see El Camino and Chevy Pick Up drivers stop to refuel. The Chevy truck was the most popular truck from 1967-1972. Trucks were being manufactured to be more like cars - bigger motors, plush interiors and brighter trim packages. The Department of Commerce Reports 63% of 1972 American work force truck population consisted pick up trucks - taking 20% of sales away from automobiles. Trucks are big part of the American road scene.

"Truck Stop" is the latest limited edition print published from an original painting by artist David Snyder. Only 500 limited edition prints and 50 artist proofs will be published. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist. The image measures 18" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Original Art Available, please call
"Auto Show 1969"
Nineteen sixty nine was a banner year for the Chrysler Corporation with 1,639,694 automobiles sold. The Plymouth Road Runner alone accounted for 84,420 cars sold and was named the Motor Trend Magazine "Car of the Year". Traveling the auto show circuit in 1969 was the Plymouth Duster I concept car. The topless Hemi powered car was based on the Road Runner shortened to a 100 inch wheelbase.

Dodge also showed a custom concept, the "Custom Swinger 340" with its six inch chopped roof. The Dodge Charger line up included three distinct body styles. The Charger 500, the winged Charger Daytona and the regular Charger. Total production on the Charger was over 89,000. Chrysler also showed a concept car in 1969, the 70X with parallel sliding doors.

From the paint brush of David Snyder "Auto Show 1969" gives us the opportunity to step back in time and visit the show. Only 500 Limited Edition prints and 50 Artist Proofs will be published from the original painting. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist. The image measures 18.5" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".
Limited Edition $95.00
"Motion"
Joel Rosen always had a reputation for building cars that won on the quarter mile strips. The first was a 1958 Corvette he built in the service bay of his Sunoco station in Brooklyn.

The reputation grew with more wins and when Joel was asked to help others win, he opened Motion Performance on Sunrise Highway in Long Island. The local Chevrolet dealership, Baldwin Chevrolet, provided Motion with the latest high performance factory parts. By 1967 Motion partnered with Baldwin Chevrolet and the legend "Baldwin Motion" was born. Buy one of the "Fantastic Five", a full sized Chevrolet, Chevy II, Camaro, Chevelle or Corvette at the dealership. It would then go to Joel at Motion and get the "Phase III" treatment.

PR guru Martyn Schorr joined the fray and a "Dyno Proven Products" catalog was published. Now anyone could add the Motion magic to their own cars. Sadly, when the perfect storm of the insurance companies, OPEC and the EPA blew into town, Motion, just like many other super car dealerships became a sign of the times and an era of power and muscle came to an end.

Artist David Snyder celebrates the zenith of the Motion era with his newest addition to the Super Car Dealership series. This new painting “Motion” is published as a limited edition print. Each of the 950 prints are signed and numbered by Dave. The 95 artist proofs are signed and numbered by Dave and co-signed by Joel Rosen. The image measures 16.5" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".
Limited Edition $95.00
"Motorama 1955"
It's press night before the opening of the 1955 Motorama. The models are elegantly dressed in gowns of silk, tulle and taffeta. Miss Buick is being photographed in her black and white dress; her ruby necklace a perfect match to the Buick Wildcat III. Miss Cadillac, dressed in pink waits her turn to be photographed in front of the Cadillac Eldorado Brougham.

Other concept cars at the 1955 Motorama are the Chevrolet Biscayne, the Pontiac Strato Star and the Oldsmobile Delta. The first American mini van, the L'Universelle with its coral paint and cam doors is shown as a concept car. The marque LaSalle is shown for the first time since 1940 as a four door sedan and as a two door roadster.

The 50 millionth GM production car was a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop complete with gold plated trim. It takes a prominent spot next to the new 265 cu.in. Chevrolet V8.

Artist David Snyder researched old films and more than 40 photographs to make "Motorama 1955" come to life. The prints published from the original painting are limited to only 500 copies and 50 artist proofs and will be highly collected. Each print is hand signed and numbered by David Snyder. The print image measures 15" x 34" on 20" x 36" and is printed on high quality acid free stock
Limited Edition $110.00
Artist Proofs $135.00
"Shelby LAX"
It's the second week in March 1966 at Los Angeles International Airport. The Shelby prepared cars for Ford are being loaded onto the transporter, headed for Sebring. Already loaded is the Ford X-1 Roadster #1 that will win the race driven by Ken Miles and Lloyd Ruby. The #2 GT40 MKII is pushed out of the hangar waiting to be loaded. Ironically Dan Gurney will push this car across the finish line at Sebring after its engine seized on the last lap while leading the race. Gurney and co-driver Jerry Grant were disqualified.

The Shelby American LAX shops were a busy place in March 1966. After moving to the hangars on 12 acres in January 1965, Carroll Shelby produced some of the most memorable cars in automotive history. In this scene we see both 289 and 427 Cobras, the Mustang GT-350 and also waiting for delivery are a few GT-350H for Hertz. The LAX facility closed in November 1967 when the production of the Shelby Mustang was moved to Michigan.

Reproduced from the original painting by automotive artist David Snyder, each of the 950 prints are signed and numbered. The 95 artist proofs are signed and numbered and co-signed by Carroll Shelby.
The image measures 15" x 34" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 20" x 34".

Limited Edition $100.00
"Knafel Pontiac"
Bill Knafel was an institution in Akron, Ohio. Knafel Pontiac showed its civic pride as a sponsor of local baseball, softball and bowling teams. It was, however, his sponsorship of drag racing that brought national acclaim. Bill Knafel first went drag racing in 1959 with a Pontiac Catalina station wagon. The first "Tin Indian" was a 1962 Catalina. His reputation grew as he won races. Bill Knafel Racing won more National and World Championships than any other Stock Class team.

This 1971 scene of the "Goodwill Used Cars" shows the lot filled with some of the best Pontiacs money could buy. The 1970 "Tin Indian" GTO Judge sits on the Transporter awaiting its fate after winning the 1970 AHRA Pro-Am with Norm Tanner driving. The painting "Knafel Pontiac" has been reproduced as a limited edition of only 950 prints plus 95 artist proofs. Each print is signed and numbered by David Snyder. The image measures 18.25" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28"

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
"Sweeeet"
Pecan candies from Stuckey's-a popular choice to satisfy any sweet tooth in 1972. A Dairy Queen creamy soft serve hot fudge sundae is the perfect sweet spot on a warm summer evening. Best of all, everyone loved the sweet glazed "Hot Doughnuts Now" from Krispy Kreme. Eat a couple while still warm and save the rest until morning.
Satisfy the itch for ground pounding tire melting horsepower and drive your Hemi-the Challenger, the Cuda, the Roadrunner or the Charger Daytona-sweet! "Sweeeet" the newest release from artist David Snyder depicts the sweetest treats on the road in 1972. The painting has been reproduced as a limited edition print. "Sweeeet" is limited to 950 prints plus 95 artist proofs. The prints and artist proofs are signed and numbered by the artist. The image measures 18.5" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28"

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
"Tasca Cobra Jets"
Bob Tasca Sr. started racing in 1962 with a lightweight 390 Galaxie. Since then this East Providence Rhode Island dealership has been a fixture on the quarter mile stage.
Always the innovator and after blowing up a lot of 390 cu. in. engines, Tasca found a way to lead the Blue Oval to win races. He bolted on a pair of old style low riser, higher breathing 427 headers to the high torque 428. Dearborn took notice and the Cobra Jet was born.
In Tasca's 1971 A-1 Used Car lot are Cobra Jet powered Mustangs and Torinos, including a few CJ powered King Of The Road Shelbys. Tasca's personal driver is a '69 Boss 429 that was reported to do runs in the 9 seconds.
Artist David Snyder pays homage to the CJ in his latest release "Tasca Cobra Jet". The painting has been reproduced as a limited edition print. "Tasca Cobra Jets" is limited to 950 prints plus 95 artist proofs. The prints and artist proofs are signed and numbered by the artist. The image measures 17.25" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".
Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
"Good Buy Oldsmobile"
At 10:00 am EST April 27, 2004 we said good bye to Oldsmobile. The last Oldsmobile rolled off the assembly line in Lansing, Michigan where the first car with the Oldsmobile name plate was built in 1897. Oldsmobile was a good buy for American drivers for 107 years.
As a tribute to Oldsmobile, automotive artist David Snyder selected a few of his favorites – the Indianapolis 500 Official Pace car from 1970; the Hurst Olds Pace Car from 1972 and the 1968 and 1969 Hurst Oldsmobile as a part of this new painting "Good Buy Oldsmobile". The painting has been reproduced as a limited edition print. "Good Buy Oldsmobile" is limited to 950 prints plus 95 artist proofs. The prints and artist proofs are signed and numbered by the artist.
The image measures 18" x 26" on 22" x 28" high quality acid free stock.

Limited Edition $95.00
"Mopar Strip"
To celebrate the fifth anniversary of the "Mopars At The Strip" event, automotive artist David Snyder was commissioned for a new a painting celebrating "The Wildest Mopar Party In the West".

"Mopar Strip" takes us on a nostalgic trip among the glitz and glamour of the icons along Las Vegas Boulevard in 1972. Some of the best Mopar Muscle will cruise the strip this night.

"Mopar Strip" is reproduced from the original painting in an edition of 950 prints plus 95 artist proofs. Each print is inspected, signed and numbered by David Snyder. The print image measures 19.5" x 34" and is printed on premium quality acid free stock trimmed to 23" x 36".

Limited Edition $110.00
"Motorama 1954"
The big news for the 1954 GM Motorama was the number of concept cars. Chevrolet caught everyone's attention with the Corvette based Nomad wagon and Corvair fastback displayed next to the production Corvette.

Pontiac featured the Bonneville Special bubble top with gull wing windows. It was powered by the Pontiac straight eight with four two barrel carbs and an automatic transmission.

The Oldsmobile dream car was the sporty F-88. The most radical design was the Wildcat II, the pontoon fenders and headlights mounted on the A post made a lasting impression. It was powered by a 220 h.p. V-8 on a 100 inch wheelbase.

This new painting "Motorama 1954" shows the GM and event staff finishing the last minute details before the opening. The prints published from the original painting are limited to only 950 copies and 95 artist proofs. Hand signed and numbered by David Snyder the print image measures 15" x 34" on 20" x 36" high quality acid free stock

Limited Edition $110.00
Artist Proofs $135.00
"NICKEY"
Every car enthusiast in Chicago knows the legend of the backwards "K", the Nickey Chevrolet dealership on the northwest side. This spring evening in 1962 the OK used car lot is busy. Anxious buyers take cars out to test drive up and down Irving Park Road. The 1959 SCCA Corvette "Purple People Eater" is rolled out for promotional purposes.

The Stephani brothers loved to go racing to promote the delaership and it did not matter which kind as Nickey sponsored stock cars plus racers in the SCCA and NHRA. Their list of drivers included: A.J. Foyt, Jim Jeffords and Dick Harrell. Only 950 prints plus 95 artist proofs are published. Each print measures 18" x 26", on 22" x 28" acid free 100 lb cover stock and is inspected, signed and numbered by the artist.

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
"Cats, Snakes and Horses"
The blue oval gave us lots of choices in the sixties and seventies when it came to a high performance pony car. You had a choice of Cats, Snakes and Horses, Now, you can have all three with "Cats, Snakes and Horses".
A wide variety of engines were available from the high reving 302 to the tire melting 428 Cobra Jet. You could choose the high style luxurious cougar or bare bones Boss Mustangs. Pictured are a few of automotive artist Dave Snyder's favorites.
Only 950 prints and 95 artist proofs will be published from the original painting. Each signed and numbered print measures 17.5" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
"1969" Co-signed by David Pearson
The Champion of the 1969 season was David Pearson. Pearson won an amazing 11 races.
Depicted in this new painting is the historic National 500 in October of that year at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Historic because it was the first time the Ford Talladega went up against the new Dodge Daytona on a super speedway.
"1969" showcases the drivers who won a race during the 1969 season. Bobby Isaac (17), David Pearson (11), Richard Petty (10), Lee Roy Yarborough (7), Bobby Allison (5), Cale "Yarborough (2), Richard Brickhouse (1) and the winner of this race, Donnie Allison (1) exits pit lane.
This is the first of a series highlighting American Muscle at the races. Only 500 prints and 50 artist proofs will be published from the original painting. Each signed and numbered print measures 18" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".

Limited Edition $125.00
"Fish Food"
Plymouth beat Ford in the Pony Car War by just two weeks, the Barracuda was unveiled on April 1, 1964. It was the first and became the best.
There were three generations of the Barracuda. The first spanned from 1965 to the end of the 1966 model year. It shared the A body platform with it's first cousin the Valiant. Nineteen sixty seven through '69 was the second generation still on the A body platform but receiving a horsepower and displacement increase. In 1968 several Hemi Barracuda Super Stocks were produced and made itself known on the dragstrips across the country.
Then came 1970 and the 'Cuda was born, with the Hemi 'Cuda becoming the best of the best.
Only 950 prints and 95 artist proofs will be published from the original painting. Each signed and numbered print measures 18" x 24" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".
Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
"The Enthusiast"
The folks at Muscle Car Enthusiast Magazine asked me to produce an image for the magazine cover. I was asked to express the essence of the muscle car hobby. Right......in one painting A challenge but I will try.

I know what I did not want...the typical "top ten muscle cars of all time" survey. I selected the cars I would like in my stable. Definitely not something so valuable I would have to trailer it. The cars would be at the ready - ready to drive to the next Cruise In, ready for a night on the town or ready for that drive through the country on a summer day.

Editor Steve Statham helped a little, but don't blame him, this is my painting. After all, this is my garage and Steve can visit any time. So can You! Only 950 prints and 95 artist proofs will be published from the original painting. Each signed and numbered print measures 17 1/2" x 26" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
"Now Playing"
We discovered the Silver Moon Drive-In on a recent visit to Muscle Car Enthusiast Magazine in Lakeland, Florida. It is less than a half mile east of Amos Publishing on US 92. For the next three days, Marion, my wife and business partner, and I talked about this great icon of the past. We visited "Corvettes and Classics" in Tarpon Springs, a great museum of muscle cars and memorabilia. Mike Morehead, our tour guide and long time collector of my prints, suggested I do a painting around the movie "Bullitt". A light came on, and I couldn't wait to get the painting started.
In "Now Playing" there are fourteen cars from ten different movies in which the cars are the stars Stuck on a few? you can find the complete list here.
"Now Playing". Our newest release is now available as a limited edition of only 950 prints, plus 95 artist proofs. Each print measures 16" x 34", and is printed on high quality acid free paper trimmed to 22" x 36".

Limited Edition $100.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Pralines and Ponchos
In the early seventies it just wasn't a road trip without a stop at Stuckey's. Two hundred miles of road behind you nothing hits the spot like a cold soft drink and a Pecan Roll. Don't forget to pick up some pralines to munch on in the car. There is no better way to go down the road than in one of the best high performance Pontiacs and a full belly.
Image size 18.5" x 26.875" on 22" x 28" heavy paper.
Edition Size 950

Limited Edition $85.00
Artist Proofs $100.00
Fast With Class
Thought of as the "Doctor's Car" for years and only one step below a Cadillac, Buick became the most luxurious muscle car made. Buick entered the muscle car era in 1965 with the A-body Gran Sport based on the Skylark. Equiped with the 401 cu. in. "nail head" it produced 325 horsepower. Horsepower was up to 340 in 1966 with a new engine casting, out classing almost all of the competition in the market...and with all the Buick's creature comforts. By 1970, Buick produce one of the wildest muscle cars of the era, the "Stage One" with the 455 cu. in. 360 h.p. engine produced an astounding 455 foot pounds of tire melting torque. Buick then painted 678 Gran Sports Apollo White or Saturn Yellow, blacked out the hood, added red pinstripes and called it the GSX. One fast car with Buick class.
Image size 18" x 26" on 22" x 28" heavy paper.
Edition Size 950

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Motorama 1953
This new print by David Snyder takes you right on the floor the night before the night before the opening of "Motorama 1953". Harley Earl gets his picture taken with the LeSabre as the last of the cars are put in place. Motorama was General Motors' automotive experience of the year. The extravaganza offers a sneek peak at the concept cars -Oldsmobile Starfire, Pontiac Parisienne and the Buick Wildcat. This automotive gala was peppered with dream cars, entertainment, high fashion and lavish decor. The big news at the 1953 Motorama is the introduction of the new production cars, the corvette, Buick Skylark, Oldsmobile Fiesta and Cadillac Eldorado. In "Motorama 1953", his most ambitious painting to date, Snyder depicts a compilation of the six Motorama venues - New York, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas and Kansas City.
Image size 17.5" x 34" on 22" x 36" heavy paper.
Edition Size 950

Limited Edition $100.00
Artist Proofs $125.00
Edward Cadillac
In 1701, a French nobleman by the name of Le Sieur Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac established a trading post which he called Ville d'Etroit, we call it Detroit. Over two hundred sixty years later, as depicted in this 1961 scene, Cadillac is known as "The standard of the World" At "Edward Cadillac" you can choose -Cadillacs dating back to 1954 on the used car side; or for those who only want factory new - step into the showroom. Each discriminating vehicle bears the explorer’s name and family crest.
Image size 18." x 26" on 22" x 28" heavy paper.
Edition Size 950

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
American Style
Image size 18.5" x 26" on 22" x 28" heavy paper.
Edition Size 950

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Bowtie Drive-In
Image size 18" x 26.5" on 22" x 28" heavy paper.
Edition Size 1250

Artist Proofs $130.00

Limited Quantity Left
Fun in the Sun
In 1965, convertible production reached its peak at 6% of total sales. In 2002 convertibles of Mopar reached it’s peak at the Mopar Nationals near Columbus, Ohio, where the theme is "Fun in the Sun", celebrating the pinnacle of the convertible. Automotive Artist David Snyder celebrates those lazy, full filled sun and surf days at the beach depicting some of the best drop tops of Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth and DeSota.
Image size 18" x 26.5" on 22" x 28" heavy paper.
Edition Size 950

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Original Art Available.
Gurney in the Corkscrew
Image size 18" x 26.5" on 22" x 28" heavy paper.
Edition Size 950

Limited Edition $95.00
Co-Signed By Dan Gurney
Let's Go See the Jets
Image size 18" x 26.5" on 22" x 28" heavy paper.
Edition Size 1250

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Posey at Turn 5
Image size 18" x 26.5" on 22" x 28" heavy paper.
Edition Size 950

Limited Edition $95.00
Limited Edition $130.00, Co-Signed by Sam Posey
The Pickups
Image size 18" x 26.5" on 22" x 28" heavy paper.
Edition Size 950

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Limited Quantity Left!
Sleeper Awakes
The Sleeper Awakes, a title taken from the headline of an ad for the 1969 Nova SS. Conceived as a Falcon fighter and born as an economy car, the Chevy II and Nova have very collectible cars today.
Buyers discovered an attractive sporty little car with the introduction of the Super Sport in 1963. In 1966 Chevrolet lowered a 350 h.p. 327 cu. in. motor into the engine bay and a potent street fighter was awakened. The 396 cu. in. Nova debuted in 1968 and in 1969 the likes of Yenko discovered the Nova transplanting the L72 427 cu. in. engines under the hood. Yenko described the 427 Nova as the scariest car he ever made.
Image size 18" x 26.5" on 22" x 28" heavy paper.
Edition Size 950

Limited Edition $95.00
Artist Proofs $130.00
Original Art Available.