That car is a serious BOAT! Gosh, those things must have weighed four tons..hehehe Great for drive-in movies though. I remember those days well. Every Friday night, $5 a carload (but they never checked the trunk). And who could pass up a cooler full of ****s, er, Schlitz malt liquor? Of course, I don't drink (never have) but I always went to the parties to watch my friends make complete asses of themselves as they attempted to enhance their personalities with various and sundry concoctions (usually mixed in a bathtub with fruit thrown in).
I'm going to be doing a shoot this summer with a model whose husband owns a gun shop and we are going to do a Mafia theme. I'm trying to find a replica Tommy gun from the 1930s era for the shoot. We already have the wardrobe and there is a classic car dealer by my house who I need to talk to about using one of his cars for the shoot. Should be fun. I just hope I can pull it off. I have zero creativity and so I'll probably end up looking for examples and emulate them but hell, how else am I going to learn?
Have a most excellent weekend, kind sir, and I'll catch ya later.
This is the model that I'll be doing the mafia shoot with. Sorry for the crappy picture....lots of jpeg artifacts. Shot it with a cheap, consumer digital. I should have my D70 within a week or two if Jason finds that they have them in stock at Youneek Foto. One can hope! [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]