Reflecting on old cars
There was a time when you could tell what kind of car it was from its unique style, now they all look the same.
Andrew J.W. 28/08/2010 17:23Talked about that (old cars with personality) with a friend from Arizona. I noticed that nobody writes car songs anymore. He obviously replied "would you really listen to a song about a Toyota Corolla?"...(with my post I don't mean to say Toyotas are bad or anything...it's just an example that came up. Just a matter of fact)
Susana Miguel 03/08/2010 12:41Hello Ken:
This photo is very well placed in the folder of "Vanishing America", it comes out of some gone time and you were there to capture it...
I love the black and white as well as the sharpness of the car; great also the reflection on its door...
Congratulations for this shot!
Michael Grotkamp 26/06/2010 10:23Great car in a great adäquat ambiente. Like this
very much and, like you, the old individual "faces,
expressions, designs and exotic colour combinations"
also. Remember a "Kayser Frazer Manhattan" (US
production out of the sixtys) who owned a friends
father. A "ship" of steel and chrome, but a wonderful
significant character with the famous touch of
"american way of life". o.K. A barrel today at moment
is near at 80 US Dollars, before two years near
180 US Dollars: the design works a hard job in this
times. And this is one point of lost individuality only!
Great documentation, excellent builded image.