On display at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles is Bruce Meyer’s spectacular 1934 Ford Pierson Brothers Coupe.
Pete Chapouris restored it to its original 1950 “Edelbrock Special” livery, the year it topped 153 mph on El Mirage dry lake bed (the car had been heavily modified in the late 1980s and sped past 227 mph at Bonneville in 1991).
I had an opportunity to photograph Ron Bown’s stunning 1933 Ford Speed 33 Keystone Coupe, built by legendary hot rod designer Chip Foose and Marcel DeLay, at the Petersen Automotive Museum’s private in-house studio.
The Petersen automotive Museum is in Los Angeles and a must-see indulgence for everyone who loves automobiles.
Photographed with the Canon EOS-R and Tamron 24-70 f/2.8 lens.
She didn’t believe me when I told her she was the most beautiful, grooviest girl on the beach. But, I know she was.
Who puts the fire out when the fire truck is on fire? We do.
A few more snaps of freestyleMX and a fire truck on fire at the MCAS MiraMar Air Show held last weekend in San Diego.
I had this crazy dream last night that I spent a day in July hangin’ with a bunch of talented photographers admiring Jay Leno’s Lamborghini Muira while he talked cars with us. When I woke up, I realized it wasn’t a dream… it was a flashback…
Spotted this beautiful VW Microbus on a visit to Porsche Palm Springs.