Flaming red, royal purple, and blazing blue colored cars of yesteryear beckoned to Todd and I. Β The breeze carried their whispers, enticing us to venture over and reminisce with them about the good old days. We obliged.

Purple power.

Purple power.


Across time.

I need some peanuts to put in my RC.

Call me Sassy.

I love red.

Self portrait.

Where did I put my keys?

50 responses to “Classic

  1. Great series! (Of course I never get enough of this subject)
    (gotta love the “self-portrait” too… only I had a slightly bigger thrill from it when I thought you didn’t realize you’d done it! haha) πŸ˜‰

  2. When you hear words like ‘classic’, ‘vintage’, ‘antique’, it reminds you about how solid, valuable, durable, things used to be. The have since been replaced with extremely flashy and fragile (don’t touch me I’ll break). Today’s world wants everything done NOW, en masse. Take a second look at those cars…aren’t they lovely!

  3. While I don’t know anything about what’s under the hood of any car, I know classic cars are always neat to see!

  4. Beautiful classics..we live in the Hot Rod Capital of our state and see these beauties drive through our country town all the time..i never tire of seeing them and admiring the care and love that has gone into restoring them to their former glory πŸ™‚

  5. Wonderful subject and images!!
    I simply can’t resist old cars… they are so charming and as you say, classic.
    I really love the first image Seth… it’s like a car landscape!

  6. Cars today are way too boring…Sometimes I feel like I’m driving around with a fleet of govenment motor pool cars – beige, gray, white…The colors here are terrific! I miss by green ’47 DeSoto!!

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