Green Karmann Ghia - Classic Car Art Print
The subject of this classic car art print is a green Karmann Ghia. Probably not as universally well known as the VW Beetle, the Type 17 Convertible was another classic car put out by Volkswagen during the same time period.
My inspiration to feature a Green Karmann Ghia for this art print was that this little sports car was my Mom's dream car when she was younger. When I was growing up when she would spot one out on the road somewhere, she would always point it out. And green was in particular the color she said she always wanted. I am not sure what model year the Karman Ghia used as a model in this print is but it appears to be somewhere between a 1963 and a 1969. If you're more well versed in classic cars, I'd love to know for sure!
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