I wouldn't consider myself to be a car person. I don't get all excited over new cars. I do however get a little excited when I see old restored cars from the 50's.
I suspect I like cars from that generation because they remind me of my Grandparents. My Grandpa was a car mechanic for Cadillac. So of course they owned their own Cadillac.
I can still remember how little and safe I felt riding in the back seat of that boat of a vehicle. Oh and the sound of the curb feelers as they dragged along the curb announcing my Grandma's arrival will forever be etched in my memory.
Here are a few fun shots of old cars I took during our 17 day cross country road trip.
I think I also like these old cars because I like shiny things and bumpers on old cars are always shiny. Perfect for capturing your reflection.
What do you do with a bunch of old Cadillacs if you live in Texas? Why you buying them in the ground and call them art.
The first shot was taken in Livingston Montana, the second in Williams Arizona and the last two were taken at the Cadillac Ranch somewhere along the I-40 in Texas.