I wouldn’t mind cruising the neighborhood in a classic big body like this 280SEL one day. The epitome of going nowhere fast.
1977 was the final year of production for the original Ford Bronco. Ford's first foray into the world of compact sport utility vehicles, in many ways the Bronco set the stage for the modern day SUV as we know it. A surprisingly plush ride, I could not have asked for a better day cruising around South Jersey soaking up the final rays of winter.
After some success with our first film swap, Danny and I are back at it with another! This time around I wanted to keep it a bit more focused and decided to shoot a full roll of the best flowers that Bucks County had to offer. With simple instructions to shoot some classic British autos over top of my flowers, I shipped the roll off to Danny in Yorkshire to see what he could see. I could not be happier with the results and am already looking forward to our next swap!
The first Ford Mustang was introduced in 1964 and changed the face of American sports cars forever.
I happened upon this old truck waiting for some love while looking for the perfect Christmas tree with my family this past December.
For me, stumbling on interesting cars in strange locations is one of the most exciting parts about shooting in the city. I cannot explain how stoked I was to find a pristine little BMW Isetta nestled in this sunlit alley in Old City.
Originally of Italian descent, the Isetta was a quirky time for German engineering. With it's roaring 1 cylinder engine topping out at a massive 53 mph, I'm sure you can imagine what the horn sounds like. Beep Beep!
Fun Fact: All Isettas came equipped with canvas tops. Because the entire front end of the vehicle doubles as the only door, in the case of a front end collision, the roof is the only way out!