"Silver Pilot" Signed & Numbered 20x24 Giclee' Print
The bike is a 45 Harley. The car is a '39 Cabriolet. The Silver Pilot was built in 1940 by Electromotive Corporation (EMC), which subsequently has become the Electromotive Division (EMD) of General Motors (GM). The designation of E-5A indicates a "E" unit (two prime movers with A1A trucks), the "5" indicates the streamlined side panels (with were delivered only to the Burlington), and the "A" indicates a cab unit. Burlington often used "B" (cab-less booster) units to meet the power and speed requirements for its Zephyr passenger service. The Silver Pilot is the only E-5 locomotive that has been preserved. It's at the Illinois Railway Museum in Union....
(Berwyn is a suburb of Chicago, near where I grew up)
This is a 20"x24" Museum Quality, Giclee' Print of an original Pencil Drawing done by Ed Tillrock.
Signed and numbered (1-250) Please contact me to get the lowest number, or if you have any questions: email@example.com
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4 Different Black Frames are available in my store! Have it framed and ready to hang! (an additional $130 + shipping)
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