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|I took this at last years Show & Shine at the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center in Stevenson, Washington. |
I thought this paint technique was very "COOL" with the rider painted on the side of this chopped and modified van. I don't know what kind of van (My husband would but he's not home right now) so I don't know if I'm making the "chevy" or the "ford" guys happy or sad. I just liked the "COOL" paint job.
Photo: Cropped, Resized, USM 60%
Okay well my husband says this is a 1966 or 67 CHEVY van, modified and owned by a guy from Hood River, Oregon. Of course all you "Chevy" guys and gals already knew that huh? ;-)
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- [2006-04-02 12:48]
Dear Lori, I was fooled when first looking at the thumbnail. This is so great, LOL. Always good to have an eye for also the not so ordinary objects. TFS. Yours, Jan
- [2006-04-02 12:52]
Ohhh Yes, this is pretty cool! Good thinking on part of the van owner and a good photo capture for you.
ha ha ha! Very cool! Good shot Lori.
Thanks for sharing
You have taken an interesting image with this van / motorcycle combination. Very good lighting on the subject, that usually what gives one more problems than anything at car shows. I found that out in Baker City for the newspaper, I managed to get a couple without flares off the chrome, something you can not see all the time through the viewfinder.
By the way, who's mad--Chevy's RULE....
la decoration est belle mais le travail de carrosserie lui est remarqueble.merci pour le partage.