I am trying something a little different with this car video. To change the feel of the video I’ve added a voice over highlighting some 1964 history. I wanted to turn the car video into a history post. There’s also a bit of license plate history done with a graphic in the video.
The 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix was one of the most interesting cars I saw over the weekend. This particular car meet up had a very knowledgeable member who gave us all a wonderful history lesson in classic cars.
I have had some free time on the Weekends so I have started getting out to car events and show. You haven’t seen me at car shows for a while because I’ve been working every weekend for a few years. Work can make it so you don’t have much time to be real active in the car scene. Well I am back, at least for a while. This last weekend I got to meet some great new people. I also learned about how to spot a classic car that was at one time stolen and a little about classic license plates on classic cars.
Here is a very short video of a Porsche Cayenne Turbo I saw over the weekend. It may not be a classic, but I liked the paint job on this one.
I was visiting MADNESS Autoworks the other day and saw this sleek little Ariel Atom car. It looks like it can really sail around the turns with the greatest of ease. While it’s not a real camping car or one that you could fit a whole lot of video gear into, it does look like it could be a lot of fun.
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I saw this nice Ford F350 Pickup Truck in the parking lot this week. It looks like it would make a great adventure vehicle. It has good ground clearance for our local deserts and it is big enough for a small video crew.
Yesterday while driving home I spotted this 1936 Ford at a vintage Bob’s Big Boy. The restaurant and car matched nicely. This particular Bob’s Big Boy is a popular spot for classic car folks. You’ll see a lot more cars from this location as I start posting more cars on my personal page. I used to post more to my Long Beach Car Show website, but I am thinking of selling that site. If any of you are interested in owning a great local car show website contact me to get more information about buying my LongBeachCarShow.com site.
I look forward to meeting my local online friends face to face, so if you see me taking a few pictures of a classic car just come up and introduce yourself. I am usually wearing a black cowboy hat.
I saw this great classic Ford pickup in the parking lot in Downey California. I had a chance to briefly chat with the owner. However, I did not get a whole lot if additional information about the truck.
I spotted this 1970 Chevrolet El Camino in the parking lot today. I also had a chance to chat a bit with the owner of this classic. His kids gave him the El Camino as his car project. He said it is probably going to be a fairly long term car project. I hope to see him in the future at some of the car hot spots in the area.