"Eight Out of Miami" features the beautiful Douglas DC-8, N8612,
as she appeared with Eastern Airlines in the late 1960s.
This is the same aircraft that blew her number two engine and belched a trail of fire shortly
after takeoff at JFK on April, 8th, 1967. The Captain at the
controls, Dave Vaughter, along with his skilled crew, got the
fire out and made an emergency landing.
None of the 99 passengers on board were injured.

"Eight Out of Miami" is printed using the Giclee process by
skilled printmaking professionals. The Giclee captures even the
most subtle colors variations found in the artist's original painting.
Produced on archival cotton rag, using the finest archival inks available,
it will make a handsome addition to any aviation art collection.

Limited Edition of 250 Signed and numbered by the artist.
Complete with a Certificate of Authenticity, also signed by the artist,
and a brochure detailing facts about the aircraft, the painting, and the artist.

$35.00 (plus applicable sales tax) includes FREE SHIPPING.

Outer dimensions: 10 3/4" X 15 3/4"

If you would like to pay with a paper check, please email for ordering instructions. richardlouisnewman@gmail.com Thank You.

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