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Tuesday, September 6, 2016

More car show images.

More car show images, this time all classic American cars. Sometimes at car shows the cars are so close together or there are so many people around that its impossible to get a proper full image of the vehicle so I'll find what I think are cool details and/or reflections.

Its a good way to "exercise" my eye as I'm all about the (visual) details. Its my job.


I actually do shoot other subject matter. Thats coming. In the meantime, I'm having fun posting images I've shot for my car collector clients and from the various car shows I attend.
As always, the watermark is in place in order to protect my copyright. Prints and digital images ordered by clients do not include the watermark.
















Monday, September 5, 2016

One of my favorite European classics: A 1950 Delahaye 135MS Right Hand Drive Gran Routiere Sunroof Coupe:

Thats a mouthful, isn't it?

Words directly from the current owner of this classic French beauty:

"All Delahayes have custom coach work, my car was bodied by the firm Henri Chapron,  Paris. Ordered by a Parisian gentleman in 1949 , took a year to build , and is a 1950 Delahaye 6 Cylinder 135MS Right Hand Drive Gran Routiere Sunroof Coupe . These cars were built for wealthy owners who rallied and drove them on Napoleons HighWays ( Gran Routieres ), canted for drainage and right hand drive so the driver could check his position by looking out the right side door window while driving on the right. Delahayes were custom bodied after leaving the Paris works of Delahaye and  are "one off " commissions sent by their owners to coach builders such as Figoni et Falaschi , Chapron , Guiore , Antem and others ."

I hope you enjoy the views of this car as much as I have.

As always, the watermark is in place in order to protect my copyright. Prints and digital images ordered by clients do not include the watermark.

















Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Images from Fuelfed's Coffee and Classics® 8/28/16

Another great Sunday morning spent around some beautiful European classics and the people who own them. This time one of the high points was a car I never expected to ever see outside of pictures; a 1984 Auto Sport Quattro, one of the cargasmic monsters of the Group B rallying circuit. Also being shown was a beautiful Porsche 959! 

As always, the watermark is there to protect my copyright. Archival prints are available for sale. Prints and client work does not have the watermark.

Link to Fuelfed's website is at the bottom.







































































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