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Showing posts with label factory graphics. Show all posts
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Friday, 4 August 2017

1977 Pontiac Acadian

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

1991 Ford Festiva L

Monday, 20 July 2015

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T

Wednesday, 8 July 2015

1975 MG MGB

Appears to have been parked where it is for some time, and cleared of debris occasionally. Sad about the damage, but of course that's makes it more interesting.

The shape of that heavy front bumper actually works well in preserving the profile and sporty looks. The rear bumper is good too. That sloping front profile is so classic, and over all the car really was designed beautifully.

Friday, 12 June 2015

1969 AMC Javelin SST

From look of the extra gauges and transmission, this looks like a modified vehicle, but it's all kept subtle, so that the car looks stock.

Love the crosshairs in the right side of the deeply set grille, black on white on black original gauges, excellent choice of wheels. Wood on the steering wheel is real, dash is fake.

Friday, 15 May 2015

1949 (?) Chevrolet/GMC Tow Truck + 1971 Dodge Demon 340 + Ford Model A?

On a bright sunny day I found these cars while wandering down a back alley. I went around front and knocked on the door of the house. The woman who answered was slightly annoyed. Apparently I was at the wrong house, and these cars were perhaps a sore point for her. I beat a hasty retreat next door, where the owner was not home. So now I am left guessing...

The Model "A" is just barely recognizable, and does not really qualify as a car. Amusing that one of the items holding it off the ground is a coffee machine.

Love the improvised bumper on the truck, which at some point might have been blue, and the bulbous fenders & hood.

The Dodge looks like a sleek spaceship when in the company of these others. Would have loved to get a shot of the eight (!) tailight lenses and four reverse light lenses. Love the dual ridges in the hood, the nicely faded paint, the continuous shape of the side windows, the dynamic "C" pillar.

Saturday, 28 February 2015

1990 Toyota HiAce Super Custom

JDM vans are somewhat common in Vancouver, however I've only seen few of these Toyotas.

Love the sloping, aerodynamic shape of the front door windows, and the interesting shut lines. Plus the extended step in front of the front wheel, and all those seemingly random sunroofs. And what is that mysterious air intake just behind the driver's door?