Author: Rick |
August 29, 2012 |
In: Auto Shows, Classics, High-Res
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Category: Auto Shows, Classics, High-Res
Beautiful cars, amazing to look at and figure out how the designers/builders tackled engineering problems with the limited technology of the day.
#16 and #24
"Don't drool on the cars, sir"!
<img src="http://www.goldstoressite.com/shop/listz/fx.jpg"> #2 look at all those fancy dresses!<img src="http://www.goldstoressite.com/shop/listz/xn.jpg">
what is #12?
This event is a feast for the eyes. Amazing cars!
Pebble Beach/Monterey Week is a bucket list item for any true car enthusiast. Notice, I don't say 'gear head' because I'm not sure the Wooderson types will get the majesty of so many of these cars.
Concorso Italiano is a highlight but seeing the Tour D'Elegance on 17 Mile is just a thing of beauty. Last year with Sir Stirling Moss leading in a 300SL. Amazing!
You’re right that is a nice track, but the fact I’ve completely ovelkoored it sort of makes my point. Because of the poor quality of the Bread Aisle LP I’m liable to skip past anything that has his name attached to it, where as Action Bronson’s name on a track is a guarantee of quality. Again, I don’t think Asher Roth is bad necessarily, he’s skillful and has some great rhyme schemes but he’s just not interesting enough to invest much time in .
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