This is a limited edition print of 300 prints, 16 x 20 inches on Avia Felt 65lb. cover stock. Printed 4 color process and with a foil embossing of the Bantam Jeep Festival Logo. The artist is a military historian and recognized for his work with the NFL, the NCAA, and the Department of Defense. George is a top notch illustrator and took on this print as he felt it was historically significant. Butler, Pa is the birthplace of the jeep. The first prototype was manufactured by the Bantam Car Company of Butler, Pa in 1940. Approx. 2600 were produced until losing the contract to Ford and Willy's. Bantam Car Company continued to make the trailers for the jeep. This print is an excellent rendition of the first jeep, none of which exist, and will be a great collector's item. The Art Center of Butler, Pa produced it and the proceeds go to the Historical Society, The Art Center, and the Butler Tourism Bureau which is raising money to purchase the original Bantam plant. The prints are shipped in a tube for $100 plus shipping and you can buy a nice inexpensive 16 x 20 frame at Walmarts for only $12.00.