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The Weather Eye

More on the ’56 Nash, here’s the retro-futuristic dash. The lack of steering wheel makes it even more Buck Rogers. Really high quality materials in here, this was a lux car in it’s day. Of course it’s all filthy and rotten now. Lit with red, blue and green Protomachines flashlight. The bucket-style glove box was […]

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Gnashing Time

1956 Nash Ambassador, still on the racetrack infield at Pearsonville.  Fun to revisit this car with the fisheye and 2017 skills.  Purple, red and lime from the Protomachines flashlight.  And 150-seconds of the full moon.

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Dash with Keys

I can’t decide which I like more, the dashboard just leaning against the car like that (I only moved it a little) or the keys, with their leather fob, still hanging in the trunk lock.  1962 Imperial.  White and blue flashlight in 93-seconds.

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The Inky Depths

Lichen or seaweed?  1959 Plymouth Suburban Custom with white, purple and blue flashlight.    You might think this is the same ’59 PSC that I posted as “Suburban Cakescript” a few days ago, but it’s a different car, in a different junkyard, 450 miles away.  Same creamy color, even.

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The Kaiser and I

Accidental selfie with a junkyard ’52 Kaiser Manhattan.  I have a version without me in there, but this one is more fun.  Night, 74-seconds of full moon, with red, blue, green and white light from the Protomachines flashlight.

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Rotten Gatorbird

Sail panel on a junkyard ’69 Thunderbird. 8 seconds in darkness, lit with flashlight.

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Glowing Webs

1959 Imperial dashboard in total darkness, lit with red, cool white, purple and blue light from the Protomachines flashlight.

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The Happy Ray

1961 Imperial with blue/green underwater lighting.

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Suburban Cakescript

1959 Plymouth station wagon, lit with white, blue and purple from the Protomachines flashlight.

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Cans in Space

Can’t stay away . . . from cans in space.

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