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Old Apr 22, 2013, 5:18 PM   #11
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I'm drooling. Awesome shots, as usual.
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Old Apr 22, 2013, 7:24 PM   #12
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.....thanks Billy, I hear ya!

There is a 1947 Plymouth coup that was there a couple weeks back; got there late. no light so I've not photo'd it yet, BUUUTTTT! I really hope he comes back.

A '47 Plymouth was my first-car, the year was 1955 and I was in high school -- 17-yrs old. I threw hay bales at $.10 a bale to get the $115 the car cost me. I've never seen a '47 Plymouth at any level of car show, it will be a treat to see this one again.
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Bob: I really look forward to looking at your latest car shots, and these did not disappoint. Great fun for a car nut like myself. Excellent shots. They are magazine quality.
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Old Apr 23, 2013, 12:16 AM   #14
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Thanks Steven, your remarks are very much appreciated and I smile knowing that you like seeing my work with the cars.

The FT 9-18 lens works so well to give angle definition to the framing. Too, the VF-2 on the P3 affords the very low angle composition that this old guy with MX racer knees likes but couldn't get without the VF-2. It seems I use the VF-2 at 90-deg more than at eye-level straight on.
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Fantastic pictures Bob,

Love the rat roads with the sanding marks and the motor of the 1930 Franklin is cleaner than my Nikon D600 sensor.

Thank you for sharing.

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I always enjoy viewing your wonderfully done car shots Bob. Brings back memories of my first car, a used black 1958 Chevy Impala convertible with a 348 cu in with three two barrel carbs. That engine sure ran hot and drank a lot of gas but back then you could fill up for less than 5 bucks. I also recall how fast cars rusted out back then, nothing like the cars of today where you rarely see a rusted out car.
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....thanks a lot Marcelo and James
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