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eleanor mustang at mecum

Eleanor Mustang Sells for US$1 Million

A few weeks ago we posted an article about the original Eleanor Mustang movie car going up for auction.  This collector car icon was piloted in the movie “Gone in 60 Seconds” by retired master car thief Memphis Raines, played by Nicholas Cage.  Several cars were built to handle various duties in the filming of […]

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1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake

1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake For Sale

The 1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake is a one-off supercar built by Carroll Shelby to promote Goodyear’s new range of Thunderbolt economy tyres.  It’s for sale at Dana Mecum’s 26th Original Spring Classic Auction on May 14-19, 2013.  Here’s some background: When Ford redesigned the Mustang in 1967 to take the 390/320 HP big block […]

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Austin Healey 3000 Mk11

New Shop Products – Events

Classic Car Photography tries to attend as many Car Shows and Events featuring classic and historic cars as possible.  We usually take lots, possibly hundreds, of photos at events we do attend and include them in our Events and Shows Image Galleries. Unfortunately it is not possible to include all those photos in our redbubble […]

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Shelby Mustang GT500CR Convertible by Classic Recreations

1967 Shelby Mustang GT500CR Convertible by Classic Recreations

Classic Recreations has followed up its iconic 1967 Shelby Fastback continuation car with a GT500CR Convertible officially licensed by Shelby. Never officially built with only one prototype car known to exist, the 1967 Shelby GT500 Convertible is one of the rarest and most sought after collector cars from the 1960s. The Classic Recreations GT500CR Convertible […]

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Full Frontal Mini

Automotive Art – Full Frontal

Sometimes the “conventional” Classic Car Portrait style photograph doesn’t quite convey exactly what the photographer is trying to achieve. In these situations  at Classic Car Photographywe take some close up Full Frontal photos of the car in question. We find that our Full Frontal photographs often convey a real sense of power in the vehicle […]

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