Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Classic Cars in Carmel Clunkers ? No Way.

It was a little chilly out, August 13th, and I had lots of other draws on my attention, but I did snap a few of the classic cars that were driving in the Pebble Beach Tour d'Elegance. Capturing moving cars was a section in my new camera book I hadn't read yet. Why post them here on my Write Purpose Blog? Well, I'm just glad that these automobiles were not deemed clunkers!




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This one had some trouble tracking the lane. Must have been a bit of work getting out to Big Sur and back.






This one apparently took best of show...it is a 1937 Horsch 853 Voll & Ruhrbeck sport cabriolet. It usually lives in Sparks Nevada. Can you imagine it got shipped out to the Kahleefohrnya coast!

My favorite of the parade and I didn't get the picture I wanted.


That's all folks.

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2 comments:

Gretchen Joanna said...

I'm really glad you had this photo op so that you could touch on this latest sad development of decent and useful cars being sent to the junk pile. And every time I see antique cars, the glimpses are so brief...next time I'll try to yank out my camera, too, so I can save the image.

Alex Ineson said...

Good post Jeannette. This is really awesome. The classic cars are looking awesome. They are the best models and I am really happy to see such amazing cars after a long time. They are really awesome. Thanks for this lovely post on classic cars. carinsuranceclassic.co.uk