Discussion in 'Olympus Cameras' started by Iansky, May 7, 2013.
A brace of Chevrolet's topped up by a stunning Studebaker - OMD
Your photos are great, this and the 40s style and the Cotswolds too. Apparently, you live a much more interesting life than I do.
It is how my wife and I try and escape the reality of life in the UK with our dubious political leaders and financially difficult times, at least this is free!
You're both welcome to join us in the U.S.A.*
*- This situation wouldn't change in any way, though.
Sorry man, it seems like it's pretty much the same all over.
Love the shots, especially the stunning Studebaker. What is the object at it's roof line. Is it an attachment to the car or something in the background?
I do not have a clue, it looked almost like a storage tube and it was attached to the side of the door panel.
The car was immaculate as were all of the others and a mix of right hand drive that had been imports.
They have so much character & style and make you feel happy just to look at them and be near them and it was obvious they receive a lot of love and attention.
That tube thing is so weird ... it reminds me of an air-raid siren.
Good pics, I'd have liked to see more of the characters in period style from the first photo.
Gorgeous classics, beautiful photos!
That is an evaporative cooler think in a desert and a swamp cooler.
Works best in dry hot climates such as Phoenix, Arizona.
The first image is my fave, I would love to see a Mono version
That Studebaker Champion is indeed a beauty -- particularly with the front bumper removed. The lowered Chevy Stylemaster in the first image is lovely as well.
Thanks for sharing!
I know nothing about the pedigree of these cars but the Studebaker was stunning in condition and colour!
Wikipedia article on the Studebaker window add on: Car cooler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Beautiful pics Ian ..I love them .
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