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Restored 1960 MGA 1600
I love these shots but if I had to pick a favorite it would be the first. I love that mirror!
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Thanks Ken. I kept thinking of you and your interest in vintage cars as I was taking these pix..
Who but you would think of making a quadrupletych out of the hub caps, Alan! All of these are really nice. My heart beats fastest at the photo of the trunk. Yum.
Thank you Linda. That’s a great word “quadrupletych.” Curious to know what you would have done if you had come across it in a magazine article you were editing :)
I almost left the trunk shot out until I noticed what looked like misty mountains as I played with the levels. Turned a somewhat dull picture of peeling paint into something much more interesting.
Glad you liked.
Probably I would have looked harder than I did here for a real word. Hope you didn’t mind my laziness. I come from a family of people who loved to make up words.
Funny about some of those shots we almost leave out.
On the contrary, the more made-up words the better. In fact, I’m working on a new photography website whose menu items are all illegitimate (though not sinful :) words.
Can’t wait to see it.
Oh, does this bring back pleasant memories. I drove a 1960 MGA for a couple of years when I was in college. It was in really bad shape but I loved that car.
Good for you Mic. Aside from this recent encounter, the closest I got to any MGA was a front grill that I somehow managed to acquire and hung on a wall in my apartment. I thought that was pretty cool but it doesn’t compare to owning the whole car :)
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