Friday, October 3, 2014

Francisco Ramirez Detroit Cobras Free Friday Poster Giveaway


Francisco Ramirez is the man behind Bureau of Print Research and Design, we had a good laugh at one of the recent Flatstock shows about how both of us seemed to come up with a name for our ventures that is way to long. For me it was one of those things that sounded cool until you typed it out so many times and realized damn that is one long name for a blog hahahaa.

On to the good stuff, Francisco let me pick out this weeks giveaway at Flatstock recently and as a fan of muscle cars I dug this poster the second I saw it. The is nothing quite like a big block Chevrolet 454 engine, even if it is popping pills.  The poster is for the Detroit Cobras at Madison, WI and it is 2 color screen print measuring 18 x 24 inches with an edition of 40.

Now go to the top of the post above the picture and click on comments or scroll down (depends on how you see this post) to leave a comment about your favorite muscle car to have a chance at winning the poster. Don't worry if your comment does not appear immediately I have to approve them before they are published. I will use the Random Number Generator to pick a winner. Entries are limited to ONE PER PERSON PER HOUSEHOLD. Please leave your name with the comment, comments without names will not be accepted. Entries will be accepted until 11:59 PM PDT Saturday October 4 with the winner announced on Sunday.

Be sure to check out Francisco's work over at http://www.bureauprintresearchdesign.com/

30 comments:

  1. Dodge charger 1969, the most wicked car on the face of earth.

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  2. Pontiac gto for sure. Damn cool poster though.
    Brad

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  3. Have to go with the charger from Dodge.Not the new ones tho...the classics

    Matt C.
    Matthewrcrosthwaite C gmail.com

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  4. Gotta be the 1967 Chevy El Camino SS 454 (which includes the engine in the poster!!!). Plus it is just so fun to say...Elll Caaamino!!!

    Jason T.

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  5. 67 Chevy Camaro. Good looking print too...

    -Dave W

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  6. Ford Mustang [any year doesn't matter] Thanks for another great giveaway.

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  7. The late and great, Jon Houlihan's Chevy Impala. Thanks

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  8. 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454
    Jeremy S.

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  9. all the way from the land down under (australia) i think one of our most iconic muscle cars would be the 1970 FORD XY FALCON GT with the GTHO PHASE 3 model released in 1971, these model cars have been sold for a cool 1 million dollars before and average 200-500k. they are one bad ass ride. check them out if you've never heard of them before.

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  10. When it comes to classic cars, I tend to go with Packards, but as far as classic muscle cars go, does it get any more definitive than an old Charger? I think not. Charger it is!

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  11. Go Pill Popper Go! Awesome american muscle style design! Perfect for a band with Detroit in their name. Also perfect for my wall ;) Fantastic! Thanks for the giveaway G-man!

    Cory A.

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  12. That reminds me...I need to change my oil.

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  13. 1970 Chevelle SS. Used to own a 70 Ford Torino
    -Ken Brady

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  14. 67 GTO
    Rich K
    Rpkeil2@aol.com

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  15. One of the many cars stolen in Nic Cage's Gone in 60 Seconds: 1967 Shelby G.T. 500 named Eleanor

    -Karin K.

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  16. 50 merc, chop top....Tommy.H

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  17. Ford Mustang, the older models. Thanks

    Jenn N.

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  18. 1967 Chevy Camaro. That poster is awesome looking. Thanks

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  19. My mustang I had to trade in for the family car

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    Andy R

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  20. I was always a Chevy girl growing up, probably my dad's influence.


    Gail Devereux

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  21. So many favorite cars,grew up around em,dad owned speed shop,around drag strip a lot as a kid,built hot rods,owned car dealership,auto parts store,body shop,junk yard.So cars are part of me and always will be.Fav muscle car is probably Camaro,but I hate picking favs,love em all equally for different reasons.Great posterThanks,Thomas YURAKAPTIV@yahoo.com

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  22. I owned a 68 ford mustang fastback back when I graduated highschool in 78. It was dark blue and was my baby. I'm american made all the way.
    KerryCross82@yahoo.com

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