1930 Model A Ford by Richardphotos ()
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I blocked some information, because of not wanting to use someone's name without permission. A family donated this car to the Alvin, TX Museum that is the care taker for the home that my Great Grand Father built from 1901 to 1910 from scraps of wood he could find and fallen trees from the hurricane that destroyed the first home he was building along with so many homes and countless yachts/ sailing boats
Image Comments (19)
Radar_rad-dude () 1:51AM | Mon, 21 June 2021
A beautiful old car and marvelous donation! Fine photo, Richard!
Koala44 () 4:31AM | Mon, 21 June 2021
Beautiful and iconic car of America with all the Hot Rod transformations.
miwi () 8:23AM | Mon, 21 June 2021
A beautiful old car and marvelous donation!Beautiful shot,excellent as always!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
RodS () 10:03PM | Mon, 21 June 2021
Looks like it's in like-new condition. That was an awesome contribution! Great shot of this beauty, Richard.
STEVIEUKWONDER () Online Now! 4:54AM | Tue, 22 June 2021
I like this Richard. Looks like a very sensitive restoration.
daggerwilldo () 9:12PM | Wed, 23 June 2021
Take a look at that killer hemi beneath the hood. How did they get all 30 HP to work without it blowing up the universe. Did you know that at the turn of the century the prevailing thought was that 25 mph was about the maximum speed man could achieve without flying of the earth plane.
paul_gormley () Online Now! 12:15AM | Fri, 25 June 2021
great shot and a very impressive representative of the production line
Elcet () 3:22AM | Thu, 01 July 2021
In this specific case, your point of view and use of a wideangle is appropriate. Nevertheless: — Although I am not a pro photographer, I don't know a full frame wideangle beginning with a 23mm focal length. So adjusting your zoom to 20 or even 18mm would avoid cutting the front tire. — In Photoshop you should wipe off the ugly plastic chair on the foreground. It would take some time but it is easy to do that and the result wold be much better.