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Aussie 70's & 80's Touring cars

 
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Aug 15, 2012 19:36 |  #1

few friends & I went down to Winton raceway on the weekend...All Fotogs & all petrolheads...

For todays lesson of Australian Touring & Race cars....

Its hard to start without a ....MUSTANG!!

IMAGE: http://i45.tinypic.com/rqww8i.jpg

Holden Torana Hatchback....circa 1974/5...5ltr Aussie Holden V8
IMAGE: http://i46.tinypic.com/hs9rpk.jpg

Ford XW GTHO,.circa 1972....351 Cleveland powered,
IMAGE: http://i45.tinypic.com/2j3k7md.jpg

Holden Commodore 1982/83 5ltr V8
IMAGE: http://i49.tinypic.com/k449c.jpg

Heres a link to the Gallery, http://aaa-photography.smugmug.co​m …k#!i=2022774268​&k=hC6CjPn (external link)
Hope you like em..

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Aug 15, 2012 19:57 |  #2

Awesome set. I love the Holdens.




  
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David ­ Stallard
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Aug 16, 2012 02:48 |  #3

What can I say Ando - LOVE #1, what a sad world it would be without the Mustang in it. . . . .

#2 - you have just missed the focus on the front (intentionally hit the side ?)

#3 - Ford XW GTHO. . . . new one on me, going to have to look this one up.

#4 - Holden. . .. stunning shot, great colour and nice n sharp

.DAVID.


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Aug 16, 2012 03:04 |  #4

Some lovely machinery well photographed,thanks for posting.


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Aug 16, 2012 05:38 |  #5

David Stallard wrote in post #14864891 (external link)
#3 - Ford XW GTHO. . . . new one on me, going to have to look this one

.DAVID.

It's attained Cult status here in Oz!




  
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Ando27
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Aug 16, 2012 06:15 |  #6

Thanks boys...
Yes Dave it was a slight miss on the front....but boy was eh traveling fast & its kust bounced out of a corner....
As for the GTHO, think of a 4 door Mustang (falcon body) with a 351cuin Cleveland with a 4 cog box (1972/73) & a 9" diff....
Here in Aussie if you dont know what that is,..... you aint lived.....

Check the Festival of Speed gallery on smugmug...


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Aug 16, 2012 13:15 |  #7

Hi, you've got some very nice images there, thanks for sharing these !

I have a question though about how you post these images, because they are appearing nice and large, filling the screen, whereas mine are not ( I know, size doesn't matter, har-har-har). I bring it up here because I see that you also use Smugmug, as do I.

As an example here is one of mine:

IMAGE: http://mikester.smugmug.com/Events-Automotive/Sonoma-Historics-Trip-2012/i-NR8jCg7/0/L/20120601-IMG6014-L.jpg
IMAGE LINK: http://mikester.smugmu​g.com …112579&k=NR8jCg​7&lb=1&s=A  (external link)

So, when I post a photo on a forum like this one, I use Smugmug's "Share / Get a Link / Embeddable Links / (Forums) BBCode: Large <Copy>" feature. Are you doing something different, or ?

Thanks and sorry to hijack your thread :)

I'm mainly here for the snacks

  
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David ­ Stallard
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Aug 16, 2012 14:55 |  #8

Stunning Sunbeam.

as for the image size - you like I have a maximum viewing size on smug set to Large to reduce the 'print screen thief's' whereas Ando has all sizes up to and inc x3 which means when he goes to 'share / link' he has more options.

Hope that made sense lol

.DAVID.

PS: have checked out the Ford XW GTHO - yep I can see the appeal, very nice (but not a Mustang or Camero SS)


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Aug 16, 2012 15:29 |  #9

Stunning shots.




  
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Ando27
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Aug 16, 2012 22:28 |  #10

Actually all my Smugmugs have a (C) stamp all over them to stop the rip off artists..

Any I post here are done off Tinypics, usually I drop em to 1000x668, but I forgto these...oops.. they were 1200x.....

I keep getting in trouble here cause I post more than two & they're not embeded ,...blah, blah blah...If I know what that actually meant Id fix it....

Al


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Aug 18, 2012 07:45 |  #11

Nice shots but it's an XY not an XW :P

(I know because i own an XW) :)




  
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