nice car shapes , February 18th 2013
Please only focus on the car´s shape and get impressed by the great design work. That´s a kind of presentation you will rarely find in dealerships nowadays. What kind of today´s cars has the power to impress customer like this Duesenberg convertible only with their outlines and shapes. I would be really interested in the fascination of shadow images of cars over the different decades. Therefore it would be really great if you could send us some pictures.
If you visit the Los Angeles area I would highly recommend to stop at "The Nethercutt Museum". And the best is you don´t have to pay any entrance fee.
hand painted cane work , February 08th 2013
This extraordinary design work I found at "The Nethercutt Museum" in Sylmar, CA. It´s probably one of the earliest pinestripe decoration and customization in car history. In the 1920s and 1930s this kind of body painting was already a preferred art design and expression of own style within the upper class all around the globe. Especially in the USA, Hollywood stars and rich business people liked it.
Below you can see the car in full - a 1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom 1 Marlborough Town Car. My complements.
car buying 5 decades ago , January 28th 2013
Who of you can remember a car buying experience 5 decades ago? What was the biggest difference? Limited cars and equipment options, no pesky salesman or simply the almost empty streets so that you can really cruise with you new car?
For all who want remember that time please visit the Petersen Car Museum at Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles, CA.
How do you find a used car dealer? , January 16th 2013
How do you find a used car dealer? You can search in the internet or take a look at a phone dictionary, but how do you recognize a used car daler while cruising trough the city? Nothing easier than that. You have only to follow the four markable signs which are used anywhere in the world.
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