I don’t know the origin of this rendering, but the artist has eclectic taste. The ’57 Fury is of course a classic, but the choice of the plane and truck are a bit out of the ordinary. No, that’s not a DC-3; it’s a civilian version of the Curtiss C-46, a larger two-engine plane designed as a pressurized passenger plane shortly before the war. It ended up as the military C-46, unpressurized, and with a number of issues that the ATC dubbed “The Flying Coffin”.
And then there’s the British Ford Thames truck.