Porsches over the years have managed to keep a certain style with their 356 and 911 models while still being able to update their cars to a more modern look. A lot of it I think has to do with the headlights. If you look closely along the lens you can see evidence of fowl play.
This is a cool car that I have seen driving around town. I finally caught it parked in a spot not too bad for a photo.
I like this one in both color and black and white. If you’re interested, I think it’s a 1957 Nash Metropolitan. I like the crop tight on this because it accentuates how crowded it must feel like to drive in one.
It is hard to take a bad photo of an original Volkswagen Beetle. They have at least as much character as any other car out there. I am probably influenced because I grew up in the era of Herbie the Love Bug. In fact one of my childhood memories is of actually seeing a bug painted in Herbie colors on the way home from seeing “Herbie Rides Again” in the theater in about 1975. Now I’m just babbling…
This is the front end of a 1936 (or so) Yellowstone White Model 706 tour bus that has been restored to tour people around the park. The grill and bumper has a cartoon-like appearance and seems to be smiling (to me anyways).
I have seen this Beetle around town a few times and have wanted to take a picture of it. One day by the beach I got my chance and while I was taking my picture the owner came by with a big smile on his face obviously proud of his vehicle.
I must admit that I changed the color of the car slightly to a green that I like more.
I am not a really big car buff, but this one catches anyone’s eye. I am not sure if this is a real one or one of the replicas that are available. I am also not sure that it is a 1964 but I did some googling and I think I am right. Please feel free to correct me if I’m wrong. Regardless, this is a sweet ride.