Austin-Healey 100S NOJ 393

The 1955 24 Hours of Le Mans would go down in history as one of the worst tragedies in the annals of motorsports.

The NOJ 393 Austin Healey, driven by Lance Macklin, swerved to avoid a Jaguar D-Type that was braking heavily for the entry to pit lane putting Macklin directly into the path of a Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR driven by Pierre Leveigh. Leveigh had nowhere to go, and he struck the rear of Macklin’s car launching the Mercedes skyward, the car disintegrating, spraying spectators with debris and flaming gasoline. The accident would claim the lives of Leveigh and some 83 others, injuring 120 more.

Prints—Austin-Healey NOJ 393 illustrations are available as archival prints in:

  • 22″ x 16″ size—limited edition unframed, limited edition framed
  • 30″ x 20″ size—limited edition unframed
  • brushed aluminum prints sized 47″ x 23″ by special order only
  • dye-sublimated large-scale backlit or unlit prints sized 80″ x 38″” or 96″ x 47″ by special order only

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