Tuesday, June 18, 2013

The Letter "C"

This week's alphabet photo challenge is the letter is "C".

My photos this week were all taken at the local Father's Day Classic Car Show.

The parts I photographed may not all start with "C" but they were all parts of Classic Cars.

I love the shapes and look of so many of the old parts.
And, isn't this orange beautiful?!


The reflections in this hub Cap are really Cool


This is one of the lights on hubby's Classic 1965 Volkswagon.
We drove it to the Car show.  :-)


How about an old fashioned Cooler?



A beautiful truck bed for Carrying Cargo.


No "C" in this but the fancy paint job Caught my eye.


This Car was interesting.  It was Covered in super detailed artwork honoring lost musicians.
This Cupid was my favorite.


A tail light on an old motor Carriage.


Curves.


A Curved truck window.  I love these!


Curvy door handles


Not sure if this photo has a "C" but it Could be a Chevy.


Check out the Cute, Curvy Cab on this awesome truck!  
I'd love to have a vintage truck someday.
I love the paint job on this one.


So many great Cars to look at and photograph and dream of having.
But, of Course, we could only look but not touch.
I thought this sticker was Cute...


I love going to Classic Car shows.
This one happens every Father's Day in Murrieta, California.
It seemed to be a lot bigger this year.  It was so much fun!

7 comments:

Judy S said...

Awesome pictures! I think the hubcap was my favorite :-)

Cindie said...

great pix!

The Sage Butterfly said...

These are gorgeous shots that illustrate all the beauty of these cars. Wonderful!

Roxie said...

What fun! I love the variations this meme is inspiring. And you sure do take awesome photos.

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Lord, who knew you could find so many C's in one place LOL!

Carol

Benita said...

I love looking at classic cars - my favorite time period is the late 1950's with all of the fins and fun colors.

sandy @ french laundry 132 said...

Oooooh I love going to car shows and drooling over them! They are a work of art! Beautiful photos!