Ferrari 250 GTO

Ferrari 250 GTO, Chassis number – 3757GT, digital art inspired by Nick Mason’s car.

Porsche 911 front

Porsche 911 front by Birmingham car photographer Paul Ward This image is available as a limited edition print from Limited 100 Pictured here at Autofarm is a 1972 Porsche 911S 2.4-litre. The original 911 series is often cited as the most successful competition car ever, especially when its variations are included; namely, the powerful 911 derived 935 which won Le Mans as well as other major sports cars races. The pre-impact bumper 911S 2.4 was made from 1972 to 1973.

D type Jaguar

D type Jaguar car by Birmingham car photographer Paul Ward This image is available as a limited edition print from Limited 100

Location car photography

Location car photography by automotive photographer Paul Ward

Lamborghini Miura

Lamborghini Miura green car, photography by Paul Ward limited edition prints from limited100

Classic car photographer

Classic car photographer Aston Martin DB6 automotive photography by Paul Ward Photo shoot in association with Petrolheads welcome website and Limited 100 Image available as a limited edition print from Limited 100

Ferrari interior

Ferrari interior by automotive photographer Paul Ward

alfa romeo 6c

alfa romeo 6c by Birmingham car photographer Paul Ward This image is available as 1 of 100 limited edition prints from Limited100 The Alfa Romeo 6C name was used on road, race, and sports cars produced between 1927 and 1954; the “6C” name refers to the six cylinders of the car’s straight-six engine. Bodies for these cars were made by coachbuilders such as James Young, Zagato, Touring Superleggera, Castagna, and Pininfarina. Beginning in 1933 there was also a 6C version with an Alfa factory body, built-in Portello. In the early 1920s, Vittorio Jano received a commission to create a lightweight, high-performance vehicle to replace the Giuseppe Merosi designed RL and RM models. The car was introduced in April 1925 at the Salone dell’ Automobile di Milano as the 6C 1500. It was based on the P2 racing car, using a single overhead cam 1,487 cc in-line six-cylinder engine, producing 44 horsepower. In 1928 the 1500 Sport was presented, which was the first Alfa Romeo road car with double overhead camshafts.

porsche 911c4

Porsche 911c4 in the swiss alps by Birmingham car photographer Paul Ward

BMW 503

BMW 503 by car photographer Paul Ward. Photographed on location using a studio type setup History The BMW 503 is a two-door 2+2 grand touring automobile from the 1950s. BMW developed the 503 alongside their 507 roadster in an attempt to sell a significant number of luxury cars in the United States. The 503 and 507 cost about twice their projected price and did not recover their costs. During production from May 1956 to March 1959, 413 units of the 503 were built. Even though it was a prestige model it resulted in heavy losses for BMW. The Bertone-bodied Cabriolet’s official production began in the summer of 1956. The BMW 503 Cabriolet is notable as the first German automobile to have an electrically-operated power top. The 503 also touts welded tubular frame construction, aluminium panels, an alloy V-8 engine, and very high-quality appointments; all of this made the car very expensive to build, and production of the Cabriolet was thus limited to a mere 139 units.