Car Cutaways You'll Want for Your Office Wall
One of the funny things about an office is that since everyone dresses mostly the same, you look for any avenue with which to assert your individuality. Festive ties and coffee mugs with your alma mater or favorite sports team only go so far. If you’re a car guy that means you should take that motivational poster off the wall (you know the one– with the bald eagle that says “PERSERVERANCE”) and replace it with one of these epic car cutaways of famous racing vehicles. Porsche 911 SC
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The selection of a Porsche lets your boss know you have high expectations. The fact that it’s a cutaway poster says you pay attention to details.
BMW E30 M3
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Like the 911, it sends a great message to your boss about your taste in cars. The racing model also lets everyone know you appreciate your history.
Chevrolet Corvette LS3 Engine
Patriotism can be a powerful tool. It’s always important to establish yours so you can question others’. Having a cutaway of a 430-horsepower 6.2-liter V8 from a 2008 Corvette on your wall is a good start.
Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage
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The Maserati Birdcage is the essence of form and function. The intricate lightweight frame was years ahead of its time and tells others that you are a proponent of innovation.
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The NSX is a supreme performance vehicle, tuned with help from the late, great Ayrton Senna. But it is also one of the first comfortable supercars, and lets your coworkers know that you favor practicality and sensibility, even in your supercars.
Ferrari 250 GTO
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There is never a bad reason to hang this on your wall. Not everyone in your world is a car fan, but you have to be devoid of a pulse not to be moved by the wonderful lines of the GTO.
Started by racer Hap Sharp and oil magnate Jim Hall, Chaparral’s development led the revolution in aerodynamics in racing in the 1960s and 1970s. The 2E is one of the most dramatic examples and putting this on your wall should signify to others your appreciation for creativity.
Another stunning Ferrari. It would be enough to convey your appreciation for beauty, but a Ferrari on a wall suggests a passion for winning and ultimate success being your target goal.
This six-wheeled Formula 1 car is one of the strangest vehicles to ever roll on to a race track (the aforementioned Chaparral is also a contender). It shows an appreciation for unique thinking, and would do well to be flanked by artwork of Dr. Seuss characters.
Image Sources: Road & Track, Shin Yoshikawa, S14.net, Kunihiko Kagawa