An Incredible Photo Archive For Class Lovers
I have been following this forum here on Classic & Sportscar for quite some time and found something that you will want to look in on. It is called The Old Motor and it is one of the nicest photo websites I have ever seen. It has many thousands of photos that are all searchable and in categories and it is a big asset to all of us. Follow this link and check it out. theoldmotor.com
thanks for sharing wrench.
the adress is already in my bookmarks
Yup, a cracking archive - thanks.
I'd really love to find a quality photo-driven book covering British roadside / garage / filling station / showroom life up to, say, the 1970s, but I don't think such a thing exists!
We are very happy to see that you are enjoying theoldmotor.com here on Classic & Sportscar and thanks so much to the administration for listing us out front on the home page.
We update our site daily and here are some of the subjects we are covering now, in addition to other unique photos, plus talented contemporary photographers work.
Noted author Leigh Dorrington is posted a continuing series on the Famous Cunningham Automobiles.
Another continuing series is from the Famous Roderic Blood Packard photo collection which we started out with 1899 and are working upward. Photo of an incredible 1902 Model G Packard below. We are also posting the world famous racing artist, Peter Helck's photo collection which entails racing photos from 1985 upward, along with original art being shared by the Helck family.
Last but not least we are posting the well know, Fred Roe Duesenberg photo collection, which is very interesting with some incredible racing and road going automobiles.
In fact, every day there are wonders all available to us. A sunrise or sunset, over a tree line or a horizon where a lake or sea meets the sky; the sky itself, whether cloudy, clear or full of stars; a variety of landscapes, whether of trees, mountains or flowers; a reflection off a smooth water’s surface.-Dan Sciscente
Paul and Judy Andrews 1928 Mercedes-Benz 680S Saoutchik Torpedo is seen here being driven by Paul Russell on the Pebble Beach tour last Thursday on its way to Big Sur. Three days later as most of you know by now, this masterpiece went on to win Best of Show at the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance. Look for a full story in the future here on The Old Motor from Paul Russell and Company the people that restored it .
To get this incredible photographer Pawel Litwinski climbed high on the hill overlooking this bridge. Two days later on Saturday when we were doing a photo shoot on the 18th fairway at Pebble Beach, he was suffering with poison oak that he was exposed to get this very shot.
More details and 1000's of the best old car photos @ The Old Motor.