The Lost America Blog

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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Red Velvet in a Purple Velvet World

Inside the customized bus from yesterday’s post.  Night, 3-minute exposure, broken full moon outside, lime and purple flashlight.

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Ghost Coach

1950s GM bus converted to RV duty and left for dead for decades.  Night, 98-seconds, fisheyed, under the cloud-covered full moon, with white and green flashlight.

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