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Nice “hot Rod” photos

Some cool hot rod images:

El Cajon Classic Car & Hot Rod Cruise 062508 -18
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Image by christopherallisonphotography.com
El Cajon Classic Car & Hot Rod Cruise – June 25th 2008.

El Cajon Classic Car & Hot Rod Cruise 062508 -20
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Image by christopherallisonphotography.com
Flaming Phantoms – El Cajon Classic Car & Hot Rod Cruise – June 25th 2008.

Chevy Hot Rod with blower
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Image by dingatx
I thought this Chevy was very cool. It reminded me of Mad Max. Unlike some of the hot-rods, this one has the paint removed which creates interesting patterns and textures on the surface of the metals. I created a mask with Topaz Remask 2 to desaturate the background then used Topaz Details to bring out texture of the metal.

Nice “hot Rod” photos

Check out these hot rod images:

El Cajon Classic Car & Hot Rod Cruise 062508 -14
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Image by christopherallisonphotography.com
El Cajon Classic Car & Hot Rod Cruise – June 25th 2008.

Hot Rods, another update!
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Image by kelvin255
Left side: Classics Rodimus, G1 Hot Rod, Robots in Disguise Side Burn (IDW’s Hot Rod alt mode looks like this), Powerlinx Hot Shot
Alternators Rodimus, Superlink Rodimus Convoy, G1 Rodimus Prime, Titanium Rodimus Prime, Cybertron Excellion

Centre: Legends Rodimus, Legends Of Cybertron Hot Shot, WST Hot Rod, Micromaster Hot Rod (from Star Convoy)

Hot Rod Size!

Nice “ford Mustang” photos

Check out these ford mustang images:

Ford Mustang GT-350
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Image by PercyGermany™
The Ford Mustang grew a size for the 1967 model year. Also the car became more powerful with a 390 cid (6.4 litre) big-block option, which boasted some 320 hp, considerably more than the racy Shelby GT-350 had to offer. The power-output of the 1967 GT-350 even was reduced from 306 to 290 hp to comply to noise restriction regulations.
But Shelby overclassed the 390 cid Mustang with a new model: the GT-500. In the GT-500 Ford’s new 428 cid V8 was fitted, a massive 7-litre unit producing a staggering 400 hp @ 5600 rpm. For insurance reasons however a moderate 355 hp was advertised.
The introduction of the more powerful engine options in the Shelby Mustangs meant that Ford’s 289 cid unit became available for the British built, Shelby derived Sunbeam Tiger Mk II, since it could be of no threat anymore on or off the track. Unfortunately the 289 powered Tiger was short lived due to the Chrysler take-over of the Rootes Group, the parent company of Sunbeam.

0368 1965 Ford Mustang
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Image by bsabarnowl
1965 Ford Mustang
Piedmont Region AACA
Car Show
April 25, 2010