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    Disneyland "Autopia" Park Attraction Poster (Walt Disney, 1955). The Autopia ride opened on 7/1/55. To this day, a version of this ride is in almost every Disney Theme Park globally. The first cars used in this ride in Disneyland were dubbed the "Mark I" series. This is a knockout hand-pulled silkscreened Disneyland Park Attraction poster for this fan-favorite ride in "Tomorrowland." The beautiful poster was designed by Bjorn Aronson in 1955. It can be seen on page 98 in the book Poster Art of the Disney Parks by Danny Hanke and Vanessa Hunt. The poster measures 36" x 54", and it is framed under Plexiglas with an overall frame size of 38.75" x 56.75". Frame sold as is. Minor handling. In Very Good condition.


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