Thursday, August 28, 2014

I Like The Classics

The first thing I look for at any car show is something from the 1920s or 1930s. Usually, car shows are dominated by hot rods and customized versions of cars made after 1960, but to me they just can't compare with the stock versions of cars that appeared between the two world wars. This Ford Model A was a car for the common man, and was priced accordingly. It didn't have all the frills of a Packard or Cadillac, but it still has lines and curves that to me, are a work of art.

Ford Model A, Waynesville, NC  -  2014
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