A line up of bashed knuckles, sweat, and tears.
Triple layer reflection in hubcaps.
Another mid-60's C2 Vette.
A fine example of what every war vet hoped to come home to.
Sweet sweet Night Liaisons. On a P51 (possibly a D).
Caddy fins. RIP. Ralph said so.
Power. Malibu style.
Tails with many tales.
OK, life was also apparently orange and Bel Air as well. Where's the Fresh Prince?
Life was aqua, the air was clean... Bel Air.
A beautiful Austen Healey.
An awesome Studebaker Hawk.
Studebaker Hawk again.
A plain ol' American.
The trunk on this Bonneville was longer than most vehicles. A Smart Car could easily fit in it.
Chevy Bel Air Hoodie.
My faves... mid-60's Vettes.
Yay for the Stingray!
T-birds... before they became land yachts.
A lovely C2. Perhaps a little liberty taken with the placement of the Stingray emblem... I'd have to check. Normally the flags are in this location.
They really won't make this brand like they used to...
C1 Vette. Bumble-bee style!
Yeah, they have a little power in these monster hot rods.
OK, these hot rods were totally awesomely scary. Hot rods built on a Peterbilt chassis!