High Octane picture framing in Prescott!

Frame it like you stole it, with an amazing finish line checker flag frame like this one! Can you say “VROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM”? Just another fun example of our creative picture framing in Prescott!   The mat is a bright shiny metallic silver, and the mats alternate between blue and racecar red.

picture framing in prescott

This finish line frame is from our Bella moulding line, and is hand inlaid wood. It has a beautiful high gloss finish, just like the shine of a beautifully painted auto.

Have you got an amazing vehicle, or want to get one? We can frame it for your garage, showroom, or bucket list 😀

A little bit about the car:

The Ford Mustang, a two-seat, mid-engine sports car, is officially unveiled by Henry Ford II at the World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows, New York, on April 17, 1964. That same day, the new car also debuted in Ford showrooms across America and almost 22,000 Mustangs were immediately snapped up by buyers. Named for a World War II fighter plane, the Mustang was the first of a type of vehicle that came to be known as a “pony car.” Ford sold more than 400,000 Mustangs within its first year of production, far exceeding sales expectations.

Movie buff and car connoisseur alike will love a framed print of the original Bulitt mustang…

The Mustang was conceived as a “working man’s Thunderbird,” according to Ford. The first models featured a long hood and short rear deck and carried a starting price tag of around $2,300.  The car’s launch generated great interest. It was featured on the covers of Newsweek and Time magazines and the night before it went on sale, the Mustang was featured in commercials that ran simultaneously on all three major television networks. One buyer in Texas reportedly slept at a Ford showroom until his check cleared and he could drive his new Mustang home. The same year it debuted, the Mustang appeared on the silver screen in the James Bond movie “Goldfinger.” A green 1968 Mustang 390 GT was famously featured in the 1968 Steve McQueen movie “Bullitt,” in a car chase through the streets of San Francisco. Since then, Mustangs have appeared in hundreds of movies.

 

cruise in for veterans custom picture frame prescott az

We made this super customized frame for the Cruise In for Veterans non-profit. Yep, more Fords… Sorry Chevy folks! We do frame Chevys too… 😀

Whether you’re regular or unleaded, a perfect customized frame for your dream car would make a nice addition to your space!

Detail of the custom frame on the print. We used lug nuts to make it more sporting 🙂

 

Fast times at the Frame & I!

Cheers,

 

Ida Kendall

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