shortly after I finished admiring the glass finish shown in the previous post I ran in to this beautiful Dodge truck. the weathered paint is so pleasing to the eye that it looks planned, but I'd be willing to be that there aren't many artists who could plan a paint job like this. either way, I love it. what a fun truck and a beauty to behold.
What a wonderful evening in the blazing sun in Golden. The August Super Cruise was amazing. so many cars that I hope to photograph soon. I'm starting to feel the need to make a Bel Air book, there are some wonderful specimens in these parts.
Of course, one must also appreciate the fine details and craftsmanship on display. There's something surreal about paint so perfect it could be glass. thanks for sharing all of your great rides with me.
This shot comes to you from the hay fields east and a little north of Denver, CO. It was an amazingly beautiful day that deteriorated into a mosquito feeding frenzy. Sunsets like this always make me glad to be in the high mountain air. Thanks again to Harold for letting me photograph his pristine Chevy and thanks to fate for not giving my little car a flat while it was off roading.
I've re-affirmed my love for 30's and 50's super long nose roadsters. Give me a car with 2 seats and a hood so long you have to plan your turns a week in advance. Before the tornado warnings and rain I saw some incredible rides, including the sting ray pictured above. Colorado Jag owners be forewarned, I saw your vehicles and loved most of them I'll be stalking you soon until you let me drive.
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