|11-12-2013 10:51 AM|
1932 Ford roadster...
|11-12-2013 10:45 AM|
|10-14-2013 02:54 AM|
Here it is BIG.
|10-02-2013 12:36 PM|
|10-02-2013 12:18 PM|
|KENMO||Now those are cool photos.....many thanks for sharing.....|
|10-02-2013 12:14 PM|
|10-02-2013 10:16 AM|
|KENMO||Photos were shot at the Owls Head Transportation Museum, Maine...|
|09-24-2013 07:59 AM|
|KENMO||American Graffiti Coupe replica that appeared at our Memory Lane Car Show, September 15, 2013....|
|09-19-2013 04:59 AM|
A pair of 1948 Crosleys at the Owls Head Transportation Museum in Owls Head, Maine.... A must visit for the car or aviation buff....
|09-18-2013 04:44 AM|
|KENMO||Damn cool captures....|
|09-18-2013 01:03 AM|
Kenmo, your work is so cool - great subjects but it's your touch that captures them so well.
Here's a few taken at various shows here in England over the past few years using my Nokia N95 phone...
|09-13-2013 10:13 AM|
|KENMO||1933 Hudson Terraplane at a local car show in August, 2013....|
|09-13-2013 05:38 AM|
49 years old
|09-13-2013 05:37 AM|
I'll give it a shot Adolpho22, to me it looks like a 63, 64 Ford Fairlane 500 (as the badging would indicate). These cars came with numerous engine sizes, from a 6 cylinder, to 260 CID, 352, and in the performance 2 door versions 390 and 427 cubic inch engines. I'm not 100% on the 352 CID engine, however in 1964 the Ford Fairlane was a quarter mile monster in the limited factory "thunderbolt" trim. It came with a 427 factory rated at 425 horsepower (should have been rated at over 600 HP) and ran mid 11 second times in the quarter mile.
This one is/was not that type of vehicle, but, the body style with 2 doors and the replacement fiberglas fenders hood and bumpers was an option those years at about $3900...double the cost of a base model as pictured by Crash Farmer 2. Hope this explains a bit.
|09-12-2013 09:42 AM|
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