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Cory Wolfe

Spring Roamings

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Gave the Cutlass it's first bath since October and figured some pictures were in order.

The paint color looks fabulous when wet.

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And now, the aforementioned Brookvillian roamings.

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The photography isn't the best. I meant to take these in more daylight but washing it turned out to be an all day job. It was a dirty little Beast. Also, I really need to upgrade to a better camera. The annoying auto-focus and inability to take a non-blurry picture in low light is beginning to get on my nerves.

Also, yes, next time I take pictures of the Cutlass with the lights on, I should probably make sure they all light up first. :P

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Looks nice now that it's clean :thumbsup:

It could use some bodyside mouldings though.

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Nah, I would prefer the sides to not have tacky moldings. :P

Take my comments with a grain of salt, my entire car is Tacky.

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Nice pics, Viper. The Cutlass could use some sort of snorkel, though, somewhere. A snorkel improves the looks of any car. :scratchchin:
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Too bad there are the issues with it because it looks pretty darn good. Still would be a good one to do a restoration on for the right person. Like I said, the carburetor is the root of most of your problems.

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It clean sup well BV. Yep, a better camera would do wonders, especially since you're getting noise in the low light photos. My camera's a POS too...must get new one.

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Too bad there are the issues with it because it looks pretty darn good. Still would be a good one to do a restoration on for the right person. Like I said, the carburetor is the root of most of your problems.

The carburetor is but one problem, technically. :P

Yep, a better camera would do wonders, especially since you're getting noise in the low light photos.

Yes, the ISO is excessively low, the auto-focus is pathetic, and overall it just doesn't satisfy me. Most of the pictures I take with it could be so much better. However, I have taken some pretty good pictures with it. Everything has to be just right, though. One of my favorites from my personal photography is this picture I took last summer.

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