Thursday, January 24

My 1934 Ford Coupe

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It's been a while since we've visited the sand dunes of E. Dennis Massachusetts at sundown. Recently I got a new, old, car. Look at this pristine 1934 Ford coupe I bought this Christmas from a guy who owns a convenience store in Pittsburgh. It's a pale lemon/cream with two seats and a stick shift on the floor. Better yet, it was kept so perfectly since its manufacturing, and driven so little - that it's needed NO refurbishing. I was able to take it from here in Lancaster to the sandy dune road with no difficulty at all. It's astonishing how quickly we covered that 350 mile distance.


Okay, the sunset's a tad over the top, but it overcomes the chill of January don't you think?


Here's another view I took a few minutes ago where I keep it parked here at my studio. It looks, I think, more impressive on Cape Cod - don't you agree?



Ooops... the caption on this picture is wrong... should read 1932. Sorry!

5 comments:

John Roberts said...

Very well done. You've given me some ideas for something to try this weekend with a similar size 1937 Ford pick-up.

Ted Byrne said...

Hey, it's too cold out there John to do the location thing. Here's an opportunity to travel anywhere and control the toys that you dream about. I'm thinking of taking my Morris Minor for a spin this weekend... maybe to Italy? Hmmmm.....

advman said...

Brilliant! I love it :)

Ted Byrne said...

(John) So... is it up? I gotta go look.

(Andreas) Brilliant!!!! Yipes. Well, lemme blush....

pnfphotography said...

This is wonderful !!!!!! I just love the creative touches you do!!