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DonJuanMair
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 02:10
500hp 383 stroker engine custom built by motor works in washington
Holley 4 bbl double pumper carb
460lbs of torque
4 speed hurst shift
411 gear ratio rear end.

we planned to do rig shots but they just got the car back from the body shop and the paint is still fresh

1.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3647/3667626450_fd0fe3d56c_b.jpg

2.
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2593/3666821477_37f1b645e9_o.jpg

3.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3351/3668246753_8d33cd7d08_o.jpg

4.
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2602/3667627530_9a5cf3b3a7_o.jpg

5.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3645/3667627690_549fea2e9d_o.jpg

6.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3367/3667627986_300eb17f92_o.jpg

7.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3306/3666822957_8af1aaf7ff_o.jpg

8.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3646/3666823127_956ba98412_o.jpg

the rest can be seen on my flickr, there are 5 more

http://www.flickr.com/photos/anthonymair/

leafy
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 04:14
That is one beautiful looking motor............ I wouldn't mind having that sat on my drive :D

Welby
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 06:23
Nice job Anthony ;)

PhotosGuy
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 08:54
Generally very nice work.
I'm not sure about how I feel about #1. I like the feeling in it. OTOH, #6 would be a wallhanger with a more dynamic crop. I'd crop out some foreground. There's nothing interesting there as there is in #5, which is a very nice shot.
In #2 I'd like to see more contrast in the car with the same background, even more than in #3:
Selecting areas in PS. (http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=39994)
Need to remove a background from something? (http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=82876)
#4: Good light on the side. I'd have tried to put the flare from the sun more to the left.

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BTR_FTW
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 10:31
like the set. didnt like #3 looked like you were focusing on the fog.

Stormin_24
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 11:49
Simply gorgeous is all I can say... I remember them well... I was sitting at a light next to a 68-69 Camaro a few days ago and this car was a powerhouse too... I thought I was in heaven for a moment... I would love to see this car in more daytime natural lighting... My fav color too...

Livinthalife
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 12:06
Incredible photos of a stunning car. The shots with the car on the track are alittle scary. Kepe thinking had there been a run-a-way train or something!

#2 is my fav, love the dirt and dust in the air, along with the sunset light peaking on through. Very well done!

DonJuanMair
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 12:32
i like that crop much better actually frank, i agree on that one.
number 3 im scrapping, i liked it last night, but after looking at it more its not even in focus.
on nu,ber 4 i couldnt because there were poles either side of the car which you cant see in shot.

Mud
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 13:02
Beautiful shots, that's my favorite year for one of my favorite cars made in the late sixties.

PhotosGuy
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 18:54
on nu,ber 4 i couldnt because there were poles either side of the car which you cant see in shot. OK. Then move the car to the right & shoot a tighter shot?

DonJuanMair
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 19:13
I couldnt , there was a railway in the way. Trust me if I could have moved it I would

kndguy
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 19:22
Loving #5 bro, the rest are good.

BigB778
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 20:00
Nice shots of an awesome car...

Zeeman28a
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 22:34
5.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3645/3667627690_549fea2e9d_o.jpg

I look at this and keep thinking it would look a lot better with an engine on the other side of that car.

Ralph Merlino
28th of June 2009 (Sun), 22:44
Nice pictures, beautiful car. I bought a brand new one
in 1967 wish I still had it.

PhotosGuy
29th of June 2009 (Mon), 10:11
I look at this and keep thinking it would look a lot better with an engine on the other side of that car. Big time DRAMA! :D
on nu,ber 4 i couldnt because there were poles either side of the car which you cant see in shot. Never say "Never"! :D

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DennisW1
29th of June 2009 (Mon), 10:19
500hp 383 stroker engine custom built by motor works in washington
Holley 4 bbl double pumper carb
460lbs of torque
4 speed hurst shift
411 gear ratio rear end.

we planned to do rig shots but they just got the car back from the body shop and the paint is still fresh

1.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3647/3667626450_fd0fe3d56c_b.jpg

2.
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2593/3666821477_37f1b645e9_o.jpg

3.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3351/3668246753_8d33cd7d08_o.jpg

4.
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2602/3667627530_9a5cf3b3a7_o.jpg

5.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3645/3667627690_549fea2e9d_o.jpg

6.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3367/3667627986_1eee5d1e66_o.jpg

7.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3306/3666822957_8af1aaf7ff_o.jpg

8.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3646/3666823127_956ba98412_o.jpg

the rest can be seen on my flickr, there are 5 more

http://www.flickr.com/photos/anthonymair/

beautiful car but suggest to the owner that those traction bars are one of the worst ways to combat wheel hop and usually end up bending the front of the leaf springs.

DonJuanMair
29th of June 2009 (Mon), 12:46
not bad Frank!! ;)

Padrino
29th of June 2009 (Mon), 20:07
Hell of a car! Amazing job s usual.

ForumForker
29th of June 2009 (Mon), 21:17
Really nice pics all. #4 is my fav. Beautiful car. Creative backgrounds are nice too.

DonJuanMair
30th of June 2009 (Tue), 12:19
thanks guys!