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Since I teased you a couple of days ago with the 1959 Chevrolet Apache nameplate, I figured I should show you the whole thing. This flat black pickup was parked along the street in our neighborhood. Parallel parked, it was quite difficult to get a good angle without a ton of distractions. However, undeterred, I took several exposure brackets from a couple of different angles. You can't just pass up a vehicle like this.
Day 356 of my 365 photo a day project.
Copyright 2016 Scott Norris Photography
Hippie Chicks rule. And so does a nice grilled cheese sandwich. Well, at least according to the bumper of this vintage VW Beetle. Imagine the fun you could have in this car.
Shot in an alley off of quirky Brady Street on Milwaukee, Wisconsin's East Side in the summer of 2015.
Copyright 2015 Scott Norris Photography
This old rusty DeSoto sedan sits along a stretch of Highway 42 in Door County Wisconsin near Ellison Bay.
The DeSoto (sometimes De Soto) was an American automobile make manufactured and marketed by the now-defunct DeSoto Division of the Chrysler Corporation from 1928 to 1961. The DeSoto logo featured a stylized image of Spanish explorer and conquistador Hernando de Soto. The De Soto marque was officially dropped on November 30, 1960, with over two million vehicles built since 1928.