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    Kodak 2D 8x10 Road Runner Engine by rrunnertexas, on Flickr

    Kodak 2D, 8x10 on Arista EDU 100 - 1968 Plymouth Road Runner Engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rrunnertexas View Post
    Kodak 2D 8x10 Road Runner Engine by rrunnertexas, on Flickr

    Kodak 2D, 8x10 on Arista EDU 100 - 1968 Plymouth Road Runner Engine.
    Nice, is the engine inside a Road Runner? Is it yellow? Dang those cars are so bad ass.
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    Plymouth Fury, Shot with 4x5 Kodak Ektar, home developed. My friend and his Fury he bought a few years ago when prices were still reasonnable. I love shooting old cars with film.

    Last edited by thesilverfox; 11-Jul-2018 at 14:57.

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    Great shot! Love the car and setting too.

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    Here are two wet plate collodion tintypes of my 1930 Model A Ford. I'm still learning -- every plate means different challenges and rewards. Hopefully I'll find a better way to post these soon -- they're hard to shoot with an iPhone!
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails IMG_7558.jpg   IMG_7532.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by guyatou View Post
    Here are two wet plate collodion tintypes of my 1930 Model A Ford. I'm still learning -- every plate means different challenges and rewards. Hopefully I'll find a better way to post these soon -- they're hard to shoot with an iPhone!
    Nice work. Do you coat your plates by pouring?
    Questions and comments are always welcome

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    Re: Old Cars, Trucks and Motorcycles

    Quote Originally Posted by guyatou View Post
    Here are two wet plate collodion tintypes of my 1930 Model A Ford. I'm still learning -- every plate means different challenges and rewards. Hopefully I'll find a better way to post these soon -- they're hard to shoot with an iPhone!
    Great looking "A"! Nice to have another Model A guy around here.
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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    Profile of a vintage car as a negative. Somehow it looks cooler than the positive. Crown Graphic 45. Xenar 135mm f4.7 lens. Ilford HP5+.

    Vintage car profile by Howard Sandler, on Flickr

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    #- Rusty Truck, Rural Missouri
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    For me, when I'm out driving, I will choose to take a rural, country road over a busy Interstate highway anytime. The opportunity to see interesting things along a country road is so much greater. Take this old, rusty truck I captured in Rural Missouri. The image has a warm feel to it with the Autumn color palette and surely appeals to the old truck lover in all of us. The tree is actually growing through the bed of the truck.

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    Very hot, very smoky Goldfield Days Aug. 4th.

    Imagon 30cm lens f5.8, Panatomic film 6.5X8.5
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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