Discussion in 'Cameras and Photography' started by Johnno_Oz, Jul 28, 2017.
The Star Trike.
TVR has quite the storied history of posing naked and nearly naked women on their cars at both car shows and in their advertising.
'62 Ford Cougar 406 concept.
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Spotted at Windsor in New South Wales, owned by the local surf shop guy.
This was in the local shopping centre car park.
Some cars from local car shows. Unfortunately most are not set up for the photographers' convenience but I did my best to work around that.
Gotta love the back half of the crankshaft flying in the air
At a car show in Newark, NJ...
edit: Hasselblad 500 c/m, 80mm, Agfa 200 CR
My wife's new pretty thing with wheels.
Another Smart Car:
My kids had one:
Here are a couple of treats from the Buick 100th anniversary car show up in Flint, MI back on July 26, 2003. I only got photos of a very small number of the cars displayed there. GM brought along some concept cars I had only seen in magazines at the time. And that was only a tiny portion of the exhibit. The several hundred Buicks on the grounds were separated more or less by decades, and there were cars there from all over the world. It was pretty cool to see.
I'll split these across a couple of posts. Keep in mind these are unedited/not retouched, taken on an ancient digital camera, so they are not quite as good as I would normally upload.
The last Wildcat was a mid-engined concept car...
Decades before it became an old man's car, here is the prototype LeSabre:
The Buick "Y Job" concept that was years ahead of its time:
The last Buick Grand National to roll off the line. Parts of the engine were autographed by the assembly line workers.
A Signia concept...crossover?
A concept Buick Blackhawk, which obviously pays homage to the Y Job:
Some favorites and highlights from the car show...
An immaculately restored 1967 Wildcat:
A pickup truck??
A two-tone 1960 (could be either the Invicta or the LeSabre). A bit of trivia--the Buick tri-shield logo first appeared on the 1960 models.
A custom 1959 LeSabre (three portholes ):
1939 Indy Pace Car:
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