1959 Chevrolet Brookwood Wagon.

June 22, 2010

5 comments


5 comments:

Justin said...

Badass ratrod look. Paint it matte black, too.

ben said...

2 wagons in a row is a good thing! That profile is wonderfully sculpted, the shadows make all the lines pop beautifully. Perfect combo with those wheels and tires, right?

Justin said...

Yep, red steelies and white walls look awesome.

tony said...

i agree, the wheels are perfectly executed.

this is by far the oldest parked car i saw during our week in minnesota. i only happened upon it because our daughter threw up on the airplane and we weren't allowed to fly. they put us up in a hotel for the day, and as i trudged the hour-long sun-blasted Walgreens round-trip, in search of children's tylenol, the gleaming white form appeared on the horizon, like a desert mirage, in the parking lot of an extended-stay motel.

i did photograph some more typical vintage minnesota salt road rustbuckets, and i'll upload those for comparison. this car must be a recent transplant to the midwest...

Andre' LeCompte said...

looks like a wagon swallowed a Biscayne