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Apart from that have a Rolleiflex 3.5F, the odd Minolta XD7, Hasselblad 500cm, a Topcon Super D and an Intrepid 5x4 large format (not the half of it but I am clearing them out, honest).

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Apart from that have a Rolleiflex 3.5F, the odd Minolta XD7, Hasselblad 500cm, a Topcon Super D and an Intrepid 5x4 large format (not the half of it but I am clearing them out, honest).

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Gorgeous! I love old rusty cars with real patina.
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I've lived in Oregon for more than 16 years now. This year I finally got around to attending the Forest Grove Concours d'Elegance. There were numerous wonderful cars there, many worth a small fortune. But the car that really tickled me was was this lovely 1968 Triumph TR250 that I spied sitting in the shade.

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Gorgeous! I love old rusty cars with real patina.

Yup but difficult to dig out of the mud and get home for a bit of work on them...


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Minor detail!

Shot this 1938 Ford 85 Flathead V8 truck interior on my Linhof the other day. Boy is it stunning.

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I've lived in Oregon for more than 16 years now. This year I finally got around to attending the Forest Grove Concours d'Elegance. There were numerous wonderful cars there, many worth a small fortune. But the car that really tickled me was was this lovely 1968 Triumph TR250 that I spied sitting in the shade.
The dappled light emphasizes the shine and shapes, fine photo of a gorgeous Triumph! I had my 1965 Corvair Corsa Turbo in the concours at Forest Grove many years ago, along with some others of our Seattle-area group, CORSA Northwest (CORvair Society of America).
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The dappled light emphasizes the shine and shapes, fine photo of a gorgeous Triumph! I had my 1965 Corvair Corsa Turbo in the concours at Forest Grove many years ago, along with some others of our Seattle-area group, CORSA Northwest (CORvair Society of America).
Thanks! A number of years ago I was seriously looking into buying a 2nd gen Corvair. My parents had owned both a 1st gen and a 2nd gen back when they were new. Unfortunately the 2nd gen was totaled after another driver ran a stop sign and slammed into us as we were headed down a country road just outside of town. They are neat cars with a design that really stood apart from GM’s other offerings.
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My favouritest pick up truck (it's close enough) of all time starting its return to roadworthiness. The body will be left largely untouched, the interior restored partially (got to have something to sit on) and the engine plan has yet to be decided - the original truck flathead will need a lot of work and probably be a bit slow; but a later, larger 4.2 French flathead with lots of trimmings might be de trop. Some glass without bullet holes would also be useful...

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Pick ups are interesting as a lot of makers did small runs of them; I once saw a Morris Marina pick-up and then there's other variations like the old Jaguar (60's etc) as estate cars and so on.


All good harmless fun until you buy one...


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My very own 1971 Mercedes W114 250CE in Arab Gray, Brunhilde. Took her out to a meet for the first time in a year (fan belt alignment problem) and she drove flawlessly. Shot on Fuji 400H with my Mamiya RB67, the film giving a fabulous rendering of her colour (which is about 18% grayscale in the shade - doubly useful!).

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