Car building at its best…
Recenty I’ve posted a picture of a 964 Porsche saying that “I can imagine a 911 more beautiful than this black 964…!“. Here is the full story of the car and some great pictures!
This car is over 20 years old, but “our” 964 which has been added a little work and a lot of affection is the best car there is!
A beautiful paint job is immaculate
Inside, a recaro, with harness and roll bar, all decorated with the color scheme of black-orange
The steering wheel is a momo who also has been applied to the touch “orange”, look at the seams of the seats, giving that touch of classic and sporty, really excellent taste in choosing and car detailing
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A beauty. And the car doesn’t look bad, either. Shot with a Panasonic Lumix G1 M 4/3 camera.
On Saturday morning I went over to the “Digital Darkside“: Rather than taking one or two film cameras to Riverside’s annual Show And Go classic car show, I grabbed the Panasonic Lumix G1, a digital Micro Four Thirds camera.
These photos are of the Corvettes at the show, all of them from the late 1950s and early 1960s. The Corvettes from that era are the ones that catch my eye. They look nearly as good as the Jaguar XK series cars. The lines and styles of the newer versions of the Corvette don’t do much for me. Chocolate and vanilla, you know. Something for everyone.
David and I photographed several cars this past weekend at the Cars & Coffee event where several different types of cars from all over came by to show off their rides. We had a lot of fun photographing and talking with some great car owners. Enjoy some of the finals:
This shot is from today’s Bob Baker Volkswagen Show in Carlsbad, California. This car is a 1961 but has parts from years as far back as an early 50’s split window grafted in. Owner said he has had the car since the 1970’s. Photo nerd info: Nikon D800, 80-200 Nikon Lens at 80mm, F3.2 @ 500 second, iso 50.