Saturday, November 10, 2018

Voluptuous Vintage..


 
Ding, ding, ding.. Jackpot! I didn't know where to look first when we arrived in Leederville early last Sunday morning. Curvaceous vintage vehicles lining each side of the main street. The thing that always strikes me about these old beauties is that they are mostly booty or bonnet with comparatively little seating space, it was all about the look! I think my fav here is the vehicle four pics down, it's blue and that is indeed an impressive booty :)

 
I wish I had waited a few more minutes to see which of the three gentlemen below got into which car but the call to coffee was too strong :) Happy weekend, take care and stay safe. P.s. After my last vehicular identification disaster I might let you sort these out yourself if interested 😉


29 comments:

  1. Beautiful classics! That first one especially.

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  2. They are all great lookers, but the blue one is really pretty :)

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  3. Vintage beauties! A wonderful series of photos, Grace.

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  4. Imagine having to park that blue one! You would need at least 2 spaces.

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  5. ...that 1950 blue Cady convertible must be from heaven.

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  6. So a lot of americana on the road. Those were the days.

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  7. these old cars are quite beautiful. There is a parade of old cars in Paris at the beginning of January, I think. I particularly like the first one, which I wonder if it is not a little bit customised. I wish you an excellent weekend, dear Gracie.

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  8. I wouldn’t want to have to park that blue one, Grace. She’s a beauty though!

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  9. I was with you on the blue car until I saw the last one.

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  10. That blue one is a beauty but I think I'll go for the T-bird. I've always had a soft spot for those. What a great event.

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  11. Great looking cars from back when there were real designers unlike to day where all the cars look like they came from the same cookie cutter.

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  12. I have the same favorite as you do Grace, but they are all just wonderful to see!

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  13. Oh wow! I would go crazy at a car show like that. So many of them come from my younger years and I owned some of them. That blue Caddie looks a lot like the one I owned, only mine wasn't a convertible. In those days I could tell you the make, model and year of just about every car on the road. Can't do that anymore - there are way too many choices and to many of them look the same.

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  14. Ohhh, beautiful, Grace!!!!
    My ex-boyfriend had an orange Ford-"something" from the very early 70´s (not the car guy I am) and he let me drive now and then, even by myself, I felt like a "King" ;-)
    Safety is great, but the beauty is gone with these cars today!

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  15. Blue bonnet rather then blue booty but I love them all.

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  16. Oh wow, what a beauties to look at!

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  17. They are beauties and it is so good that some people like to keep them for kids to learn about the past.

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  18. I am not very fond of American cars, they are too big and drink so much fuel. Give me a British old or German anytime. Having said that you have taken some great photos. Have a good Sunday, Diane

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  19. Always fun to see and photograph old cars. You did good here.

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  20. My identifications: Fine old cars, one and all.

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  21. Jewels, each and every single one of them!

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