Muscle cars aren't my favorite cars, but I have grown an appreciation for them over the years. More specifically the Plymouth Barracuda is one of my favorites. It's got the coolest body
Last Saturday I visited an automotive show that showcased the Plymouth Barracuda only. At first I thought it was strange that an auto show would have focus on only one vehicle. When I got to the show I realized that there was an entire world and people that loved this car as much as I did. The varieties were fun and fierce.
The first Barracuda saw was teal and gold. It was a sight for soar eyes. I wasn't in the market to buy that day, but my mind was slowing changing after seeing this beauty. My money wasn't long enough to take home majority of the cars, but I knew if I gave it some time I could manage to have one in the future.
The most affordable car available that day was the $56,000. It was a gorgeous burnt orange color that shined from a mile away. That was the car I wanted. So I tried working out a deal.
The owner wouldn't budge from his starting price. I was a little bummed, but it was worth a shot. Next time I'll be ready
I finally got around to visiting fabulous Cuba. My wife is a photographer and she mostly shoots film. She must have gone through 6 or seven rolls in a week! Cuba has the distinct feeling of being stuck in time.
I'd never experienced modeling like this before. The sets were elaborate and full of all things vintage. On my first shoot I had this hair/wardrobe stylist that dressed in full vintage garb. Her hair was amazing.
I once had a neighbor, Mr. Moore whose prized possession in life was his 1966 Mustang. Every morning at the crack of dawn he would walk to his driveway, uncover his vehicle and gaze in amazement. Soon after he would begin waxing his car.