Classic Car Collecting

For many people classic cars are luxury. Hence it is only a dream for most of us. If you can’t afford to buy a new one due to its cost, be assured it is going to be a costlier affair to restore one as well. There are many questions to answer before you buy a […]

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Ford Pickup

Slow week last week so I took the time to create a print of a Ford Pickup that I photographed at a cruise-in at the Jimmy Cone a couple months ago. You can find out the times for that by clicking on the Cruise-in tab up top.

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1963 Chevy Convertible

When I think of ‘old cars’ my mind automatically brings up images of my 1963 Chevy Impala SS. It was the first car my wife and I owned and I gave it much TLC until some drunk crashed into it one night while it was parked in front of our house. So when I saw […]

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Photographing Your Car by Curt Scott

Above image and artwork by Hinson Here is a great article I found on photographing your car. Color photography is about LIGHT. LIGHT. It is not, repeat NOT, about shadow. LIGHT. Light, dammit, light. And your camera needs MUCH MORE light to “see your car” than your eyes do. It needs lots of smooth, evenly-distributed, […]

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1987 Merkur XR4Ti

Last week I had the pleasure of creating a poster for the owner of this rare 1987 Merkur. Several active owner communities exist, and parts can still generally be found, although some may have to be obtained from Europe. Merkurs are considered very rare cars on the roads today, and considered one of the rarest […]

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What makes a ‘Classic?’

Car enthusiasts understand the importance of a good, hard working vehicle. When that vehicle stands the test of time and lasts throughout the decades, it has proven itself to be a classic and a part of history. Classic car collection is a hobby for the true car lover. It often requires a serious level of […]

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1947 Chevrolet 2-Door Coupe

This 1947 Chevrolet, owned by Fabian of Clarksburg, Maryland is one of the nicest customs I’ve had the privilege of photographing. This custom was built by Fabian from the ground up. It sports a 350ci engine, 650 Edelbrock carb and 350 tranny and 12 bolt rear and it’s air-conditioned. The body is a work of […]

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Shady Grove Cruise-in

Every Sunday morning, the parking lot at the  intersection of Crabs Branch Way and Shady Grove Rd finds a rapidly growing group of enthusiasts meeting to show off their cars and motorcycles.  In the mix you can find everything from classics to customs and everything in between. During a recent visit, I saw a 1947 […]

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1929 Shay Ford

Chuck McDonald of Rockville Md. owns this beautiful Shay Model A Ford. The car built by Harry Shay’s company is a replica of the popular 1929 Ford Model A Roadster. They were built between 1979 and 1982 and sold throughout the USA by Ford dealers. The cars were advertised as: “Last of the Model A’s, […]

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