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Fun in a classic car graveyard
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10-27-2019, 07:30 AM   #2
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It hurts my heart to see these left to rot.
10-27-2019, 07:38 AM   #3
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QuoteOriginally posted by UncleVanya Quote
It hurts my heart to see these left to rot.
So there is some hope here. This is the largest u-pick lot for classic cars in the province. A lot of them have had the good parts pulled already!
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QuoteOriginally posted by bobbotron Quote
So there is some hope here. This is the largest u-pick lot for classic cars in the province. A lot of them have had the good parts pulled already!
At least they are being used for that. Thanks, it made me feel better to hear that.

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Ingenious photos!! Each one is well conceived and well executed.

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That first shot of the tail lights is wonderful, they should saved and stuck on the wall of some trendy "Hard Rock" type burger bar.
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Some nice shots. One of your photos, looks like a first generation Pontiac Firebird...'67-68. In my area there is an old car salvage yard, some nice stuff...cars range from the '20's to the '60's and some vehicles had very low, original production numbers. I enjoy going through places like this...and it is very rare as not many vintage vehicle salvage yards are out there.

Like the old '50's Buick tail lights in your first photo...fish eye lens ? Like your choice of technique there...low angle, close up and that fish eye twist.
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