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About the prints.
Paper:
The prints are on matt finish 200gsm acid-free art paper of the highest quality.
Ink:
Guaranteed by the manufacturers to be lightfast for a minimum of 25 years.
Inches to metric:
20x16 = 406x508mm
Signing:
Each print is hand-signed by Steve Dunn and marked "A/P" (Artist's Print) to signify that it has been printed by him.
Shipping is flat rate £3.95.
Your order, regardless of size, will be sent to anywhere in the the world for just £3.95. I use Royal Mail First Class to addresses in the U.K, or Air Mail to send overseas.
Mailing tubes:
Your print(s) will be sent in a good quality protective mailing tube.
Delivery Time:
Orders are sent by Royal Mail within 24 hours of receipt of your order from PayPal, and delivery time depends where you live. In the UK the Post Office try to deliver within 48 hours. Other parts of the World should take no longer than 7-10 days, however it can take longer to some places so if you are ordering a print for a birthday or christmas present please allow plenty of time.
Further information:
Please see the FAQ page, (there's a link at the bottom of this page) or drop me a line if your question hasn't been answered.
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Morini motorcycle art print

Morini 3 1/2 Sport (1974)

Svelte and nimble, the Morini was perfectly suited to scratching down winding country roads and running rings around bigger bikes.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Moto Guzzi 750S motorcycle painting

Moto Guzzi V7 Sport "Telaio Rosso" (1971)

The V7 Sport was Moto Guzzi's first attempt at a sporty road bike. This version is called the Telaio Rosso (red frame).
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Moto Guzzi 750S motorcycle art print

Moto Guzzi 750S (1974)

Placed chronologically between the V7 Sport and the Le Mans, the handsome 750S was a long-legged luxury sports model capable of long distances and high speeds.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Moto Guzzi Le Mans motorcycle art print red

Moto Guzzi Le Mans MkI (1976) Red

The seductively styled Le Mans is the subject of this painting, it's mighty V-twin engine delivered plenty of power and it was a great handler too.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Moto Guzzi Le Mans motorcycle art print blue

Moto Guzzi Le Mans MkI (1976) Blue

Similar Moto Guzzi print to above but in blue.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
MV Agusta 750S print

MV Agusta 750s (1972)

The MV Agusta 750s was at the pinnacle of speed and elegance in the early 1970s, and is now one of the most sought after classic bikes from that era.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
MV Agusta motorcycle art print

MV Agusta 750s America (1975)

The MV Agusta 750s America was one of the most desired sports motorcycles of the late seventies. It's beautifully sculptured lines are still drooled over today.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
MV Agusta 750 F4 motorcycle art print

MV Agusta F4 750 'Serie Oro' (1999)

MV Agusta heralded their return to prestige motorcycling after a long absence with the stunning F4 750.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
MV Agusta motorcycle art print painting

MV Agusta F4 1000 Tamburini

The MV Agusta F4 1000 Tamburini is one of the most beautiful (and expensive) sports motorcycles ever built. Named after it's designer and very desirable.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Norton International motorcycle art print

Norton International (1931)

With it's beefy single cylinder engine, the Norton International was not only a brilliant road bike but in the hands of Guthrie and Woods it became the most successful track motorcycle of the 1930s.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Manx Norton motorcycle art print

Manx Norton (1962)

The Manx Norton was one of the most successful racing motorcycles of the late 1940s, 50s and early 60s. An icon of British bike design.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Norton 650SS motorcycle art print

Norton Dominator 650SS (1961)

With it's 'Slimline' version of the Featherbed frame and tuned engine, this was probably the sportiest of the famous Norton Dominators. A favourite Rockers bike!
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Norton Commando 750 Fastback motorcycle art print

Norton Commando 750 Fastback (1969)

This picture shows an early Norton Commando 750 Fastback from 1969. Commandos had numerous improvements over the earlier Dominators including Isolastic suspension, a new frame, and radical new styling. They were hugely successful in road racing too.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
John Player Norton motorcycle art print

John Player Norton (1973)

The John Player Norton was a stainless steel monocoque framed racer that won the 1973 Isle of Man TT F750 race. It's ingenious rider designer Peter Williams took the Commando and made it competitive, radically improving it's aerodynamics, handling and centre of gravity.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Norton Commando motorcycle art print

Norton Commando 850 Interstate (1975)

This painting shows a Mark2A Commando, considered by many to be the best version. It's torquey 850cc engine was smoothed with Isolastic mountings that made for a surprisingly smooth ride.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Norton Commando 850 Roadster motorcycle art print

Norton Commando 850 Roadster (1975)

Similar Norton print to above but fitted with the smaller Roadster tank, seat and side panel. A sportier appearance for the purists.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Norton Commando 850 MkIII Interstate motorcycle art print

Norton Commando 850 MkIII Interstate (1976)

This picture represents the final version of the original Commando. Ridden by many of motorcyclings greatest heros (like me for instance)!
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Royal Enfield Bullet motorcycle art print

Royal Enfield Bullet (1950)

The Royal Enfield Bullet dates back to the late 1940s and has been such a successful design that it is still in production today, in India.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Royal Enfield Constellation motorcycle art print

Royal Enfield Constellation (1958)

Royal Enfield developed their flagship 700cc Constellation twin from the earlier Meteor. It was a fast road bike in it's day, comparable with the Bonneville.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Rudge Ulster motorcycle art print

Rudge Ulster (1936)

The 500cc Rudge was the race replica of it's day emulating machinery from the Isle of Man TT and Ulster Grand Prix.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 
Sunbeam S7 motorcycle art print

Sunbeam S7 De Luxe (1950)

The Sunbeam S7 De Luxe was a smooth tourer with two horizontally opposed cylinders, and shaft drive. It was marketed to be Britain's answer to the BMW.
20 x 16 inches £39.95
Limited Edition of 50
 

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