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GM or non GM, nice cars and nice photography. Let's post some interesting stuff.

Local GTI above...

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Jesus sweet mother of Mary that thing is awesome, Siegen!

Love the photography...thought of you at the "Italian Gathering" an Italian car show here in Columbus, Ohio. They ahd an area for non Italian cars, and there was an awesome NSX in red.

The NSX is just pure automotive lustworthy...

Chris

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One more good one from the same photographer

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I love "night shots" of cars and the lighting effects that can be achieved.

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Speaking of NSX...I saw this at a recent show (hint:see plates):

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And yeah, they were parked within a few feet of each other!

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Some vurry nice pics so far!
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Mustang, that blue Chrysler is fabulous!!!

WOW! I'm just...speechless.

balthazar...LOVE the B-59 in the barn. I love living in the midwest, and fall is my fav. time of year. The B-59 photo has a very mellow, fall like feel to it. You'll probably shoot me for saying this, but I love Japanese watercolor as an art form. That photo is so subtle and so good it reminds me of a good Japanese watercolor.

TED, neat plates!

Chevy Nick...glad to see someone beating the hell out of a vette. I've experienced firsthand what these cars can do, and it's a crying shame more people don't run them hard.

Frogger-Excellent night shot...

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En route to Canada, in Washington state, I saw this $29,290 MSRP Pontiac G8 with a sunroof. The color is too flashy, but I love the car.

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I really like the well-planned interior and the slightly different spin on a Pontiac steering wheel.

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And, ta-da, here's my car, crossing into its country of birth - Canada, of course

The 2008 LaCrosse CX seen at Kitsilano/Jericho Beach with the North Shore mountains beyond. This picture shows the nice flow of the car that captivated me as a buyer, and as an owner.

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The Lion's Gate Bridge seen past the hood of my car:

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Bob-nice to see that we have shared passion for silver cars.

Would love to drive through the Pacific Northwest. Shot of the bridge in the background makes me want to go out there even more.

Chris

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That Rabbit is sitting kind of low, like it's nibbling the grass.:AH-HA_wink:
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>>"balthazar...LOVE the B-59 in the barn. I love living in the midwest, and fall is my fav. time of year. The B-59 photo has a very mellow, fall like feel to it. You'll probably shoot me for saying this, but I love Japanese watercolor as an art form. That photo is so subtle and so good it reminds me of a good Japanese watercolor."<<

LOL - it's "so good" because it was shot with a 1964 camera on 35-mm film, then scanned with a $99 scanner. I shot the pic- that's my baby before The Teardown. Glad you liked it, I do too.

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>>"balthazar...LOVE the B-59 in the barn. I love living in the midwest, and fall is my fav. time of year. The B-59 photo has a very mellow, fall like feel to it. You'll probably shoot me for saying this, but I love Japanese watercolor as an art form. That photo is so subtle and so good it reminds me of a good Japanese watercolor."<<

LOL - it's "so good" because it was shot with a 1964 camera on 35-mm film, then scanned with a $99 scanner. I shot the pic- that's my baby before The Teardown. Glad you liked it, I do too.

Is that Kodachrome film? It has the color palette of it.

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Would love to drive through the Pacific Northwest. Shot of the bridge in the background makes me want to go out there even more.

The Lion's Gate Bridge connects the city of Vancouver on the south (shown the left) from Stanley Park to the North Shore suburbs (shown to the right) of North Vancouver (moolah) and West Vancouver (more moolah). Their downtown skyline is even further to the left, before you even enter Stanley Park, so it was completely out of sight at this point.

In a weird kind of way, the PNW is home because my parents relocated there 20 years ago from Los Angeles. Yet, I still feel like a "visitor." I don't know if that's good or bad.

Back to cars...bring on the pictures...

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My own attempt at being "artistic" with my camera...

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Dude should have little lights behind his bugshield, so the bulldog glows devilish red at night out there on the lonely highway. That would surely make Peterbilts get over and let him pass. :ph34r:
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Is that Kodachrome film? It has the color palette of it.

Prolly. Kodak is what I always bought. The pic was taken in 1990.

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Nice pic, Frogger!

Chris

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My own attempt at being "artistic" with my camera...

Gold Bulldog = powered by Mack :metal:

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Still one of my favorites, owned by a friend who moved from VA Beach to Chicago (and was also the one who bought my Fleetwood for a new DD)...if anything, it's allowed him to get some of his best shots ever, full of skyline.

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Not really a specific car, per se, but I love this shot of the Lever House in 1955 with all the Detroit iron lined up along the street

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