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Old May 29, 2015, 3:14 PM   #1
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this car caught my attention last night
It was absolutely Flawless
You could eat off the motor



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Old May 29, 2015, 4:20 PM   #2
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Wonderful looking car and pictures! I love the mirrors on the backside of the hood.
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Wow, what a nice car, great job with the pictures Fred..!!!
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Thank you VERY much
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I love that interior, especially the seats not having the silly clear plastic covering everyone seemed to cover their seats with back then, LOL...
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A beautiful classic. And very well photographed, both the exterior shots and the interior one.

Did you use a flash to get such well lighted dashboard and seats? Normally the roof would keep the seats in shadow.
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I love that interior, especially the seats not having the silly clear plastic covering everyone seemed to cover their seats with back then, LOL...
And don't forget the Fuzzy Dice

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A beautiful classic. And very well photographed, both the exterior shots and the interior one.

Did you use a flash to get such well lighted dashboard and seats? Normally the roof would keep the seats in shadow.
Thanks very much Steven
Yes, I used Fill Flash
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