Pebble Beach RetroAuto Poster 2017
The 2017 Pebble Beach RetroAuto poster was commissioned by Pebble Beach to celebrate the coachbuilder Zagato. The poster features a one-off Ferrari 250GT, Alfa Romeo TZ1 and an Alfa Romeo 1900 all clothed in Zagato bodywork. It is set on the coast road of the famous 17 Mile Drive at Spanish Bay, just around the headland from Pebble Beach and Carmel, California.
These are limited in number and are not reprinted. As such they will become extremely collectable.
Printed on paper, each poster is signed by the Artist
Sized 45.5cm x 68.5cm
This auction forms part of the Mission Motorsport: Race of Rememberance Online Auction, all proceeds to charity. Mission Motorsport will contact the successful bidder to arrange delivery.
Mission Motorsport registered charity number 1146159
The Forces’ Motorsport Charity, whose motto is “Race Retrain Recover” is MoD’s competent authority for motor sport as a recovery activity and is a Royal Foundation (the charitable trust of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) and Endeavour Fund supported initiative.
The charity’s dedicated career managers have placed more than 200 Wounded, Injured and Sick service leavers into employment since the inaugural Invictus Games in September 2014. Over 2000 veterans have found work through the charity’s programs.
A Service Charity and a member of the Confederation of Service Charities, Mission Motorsport has an award-winning collaborative model of working with government and the other service charities. It is funded by The Soldiers’ Charity (the Army Benevolent Fund) the Forces’ Trust and the Greenwich Hospital as well as by industry partners and independent fundraising.
As part of the MoD’s Career Transition Partnership (Assist), the charity helps those leaving the military to find employment in the automotive industry. A City and Guilds and LANTRA training provider, Mission Motorsport’s Training Wing delivers a range of qualifications up to and including Level 3 Diploma courses and full apprenticeships enabling service leavers to bridge the gap between military service and second careers as civilians, beyond injury.