Discussion in 'Photo Themes' started by captain-spanky, Sep 3, 2004.
I'll start... (apologies for the re-post halfway down)
here's a bunch from an AACA car show at the University at Buffalo:
i know i have tons more from other car shows... maye i'll take a look for them sometime (i'm at school on a computer between classes now so i'll do it at home )
like the 'fuel injection' pic and that speedster is just mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
here's the rest of my pics from that show if you're interested.... most of them are just pics of the cars, not anything artistic, but here ya go
http://photobucket.com/albums/v295/NytmairX/UB car show 2004-7-17/?action=view¤t=01.jpg
OOh, I have some burnout pics too! I'll have to dig em out, scan em, and post em!!!
My first impression from the NY Auto Show was just how retro many of the cars looked- there were many many unabashed references to the fifties. That aside, the American cars far outshone their European and Asian rivals, and I really think it is one of those good innovative carefree times for American car design. Here is what I found.......
the new Roller- a bit nasty and boxy if you ask me....
some kind of cool Toyota racer
some nice noses....(don't need naming...)
a very nice new Chrysler
ditto- this is really something. Much better than the new Rolls.
and to finish, the new Morgan, with a steel frame (not wood anymore...)
Well being the new kid on the block here, infact this is my forst post, I was pretty ecstatic when I saw this thread! Retro style (and that includes cars) is a HUGE fav of mine....it's what I really specialize in. I don't know what the limits are as far as how many we can post here but I REALLY reisized em down, but I am loaded with shots lol. Anyways, here are some without farther adoo. All shot on my Minolta s414
Just got "custody" of this on Sunday. I took some quick snaps before putting a cover on it. 1969 BSA Lightning 650 :mrgreen:
1934 Ford Roadster
I took these a while ago, i have not been on the trail much lately since my jeep is dismantled
Ok, here are a few of mine (Click to enlarge)
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