Sunday, March 28, 2010


There is nothing I could say that hasn't already been said about this car. There are poems about it, songs and books. It's even made it's way into a plethora of movies. I found it in the classic car area of the Auto Show. It stole the show. Then entire show.

I like the picture of the kid walking past it. Something about that moment. I'd like to think he is feeling something that he didn't anywhere else on the 'real show' floor.

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