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    Re: Old Cars, Trucks and Motorcycles

    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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    Re: Old Cars, Trucks and Motorcycles

    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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    Re: Old Cars, Trucks and Motorcycles

    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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    Re: Old Cars, Trucks and Motorcycles

    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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    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!
    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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