Red Chief is Here -- '66 Pontiac 2+2
After lo these many months, Red Chief is in tha' house (well, a storage lot, actually) ready for its transformation to an asphalt eating memory jarring monster.
My Old Cars
At least the ones I remembered to take pictures of. Tranferred color neg to hi res disk at the local photo store, and glad I did, they bring back memories.
The first batch - ya saw it here first
The first four, well five, resin kits and conversions: '65 GTO HT, '65 Mustang FB, '69 AMT Mach 1 annual, '70 Mach 1 annual, MPC '70 Cougar annual
2007 Woodward Dream Cruise
Pix at random from the biggest one day automotive event in the world... taken up and down Woodward Avenue from Thus.-Sat. in August, 2007.
Ferrari F189 Reference Pix
From the F189 display car at the museum in Maranello. Good place to start if you have the Tamiya 1/12 model. Finally gives me enough confidence to start the build.
Holy Cow! The Big Branch Falls
What happens when neighbors get cheap and fail to do maintainence on a big tree... and we pay the price
Bob Sellers Fall 2005 Show
Got to the show late, so some cats already took off. GTO is well represented here, if '64-7 is your thing, take a look.
Bob Daykin Turns 50
A picture is worth a thousand words, you can probably guess what some of them were. Great group of friends, great gifts and a great time. But damn, woke up and wanted to buy a Buick. What happened?
Supercar Showdown III -- IRP, Spring '83
Back in the day, this was one of the original Pure Stock Muscle Car events, organized by Car Craft Magazine. These were taken with a beat up Konica camera on Kodachrome, and recently transferred to high res from the original negatives.
Roddster's 1967 Shelby GT350
This is a Concours correct "early model" 67 GT 350. By "early
Detroit Autorama "Roddin At Random"
Shots of interesting stuff from the 2011 Detroit Autorama, just cool stuff that tickles my fancy... no '64 Impalas on Keystones or '69 Camaros
Woodward Cruise 2006
Taken in and around the cruise, a teensy core sample of the cool rides! Detroit rules and rice is for dinner!!
On The Track
The latest and (hah) greatest from the workbench of Ragtop Motor Company... hardbody slot cars ready to put styrene to styrene.
Studebaker GT at Woodward
A few shots of Studebaker Hawk GT details at the Woodward Cruise. Interesting thing is that the GT is a much larger car than it appears in print, and there is a fair amount of surface detail that you have to see up close to appreciate.