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Sunday, September 24, 2006

Green hinges

13 comments:

Karen McL said...

OKAY...ya got me...

What type of car IS this?

We thought a new BUG. (But only the older one has a running board.)

Or a PT Cruiser...but not enough of a fender curve, or running board...an the exterior hinge is *unusual* by American car standards.

SO...what is it?

Hmmmm? *smile*

Dave MacIntyre said...

I'm guessing this one is old. The colour is fantastic! Great shot.

belinha said...

Is it a "carocha"?(Portuguese name for Wolks lovely buggy... car)Do you have one?!!I love those cars!!!My blog has a new heather.I also think the logo is good.It's really my hand...with long nails and everything...eheheheheh!

Lori Witzel said...

Dave, you're right -- this one is old.

Again, my bad for not noting the make/model/year at that recent classic car show (never send an artist to do a journalistic job.)

All I remember?
It was a fantastically restored old truck.

For those whose happiness hinges on "what kind?" I hope one of my readers knows enough to guess from the running board and the hinge. Maybe Mike from Botaday, or Mike P.?

benconservato said...

Doesn't matter Lori, it is a beautiful photo all the same. For me, the details don't matter.

Dave said...

I like this one. Looks like a natural object, almost, except for the hinge.

Refugee from Reason said...

It's too obvious, but irresistible:
"...and ham."

tiffinix said...

Oohhh what a great photo so green and so shiny!! I love it!

Omega said...

This is my favourite of the car photos. The reflection makes it perfect for me.

Mise said...

It's simply gorgeous. :-D

MB said...

For some reason, I keep wanting to look for a bug in this picture. Like a grasshopper, maybe!

amber said...

i like this very much another good contrast, unusual color for a man made machine. Linear grooves look leafish Coowell!

ThomP said...

YE GODS, it's beautiful!