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I was surprised that there were still a lot of tree with leaves this late. I took a few photos toady, but it will be all over tomorrow we are supposed to get some 40-50 mile an hour winds and 2" if rain. So this is for me till next season

 

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On 11/29/2020 at 5:24 PM, Xander Wildeisen said:

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I was thinking your pic was a response to VictoriaLynn's Skyliner photos. Sort of a do-it-yourself Skyliner...only it has open air in all directions, making it a Skyliner, Horizonliner, Roadliner and Oncoming Car-Liner!

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Looking through pictures on my digital camera,

I came across one of my 1957 Buick Century.

It's not from this year, but it's an autumn picture

that's worth sharing.  The car's factory colors are

"dawn gray" and "antique ivory."

 

The gray has a bit of lavender hue, and looks

different in different lights, so here's also a

summer picture which better represents that color:

 

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Finally downloaded the pictures from mid-October, the color was glorious.  I waited for the late day 'golden hour' sunlight, timed a Norfolk-Southern freight train into the frames.  My driver-condition 1953 Packard Clipper Deluxe, Enjoy!

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1 hour ago, 58L-Y8 said:

Finally downloaded the pictures from mid-October, the color was glorious.  I waited for the late day 'golden hour' sunlight, timed a Norfolk-Southern freight train into the frames.  My driver-condition 1953 Packard Clipper Deluxe, Enjoy!

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What could be better, a Packard and a train in the Fall.....

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On 12/1/2020 at 11:48 PM, victorialynn2 said:

This is my dream car. Beautiful pic!

 

On 12/1/2020 at 11:48 PM, victorialynn2 said:

This is my dream car. Beautiful pic!

 

On 12/1/2020 at 11:48 PM, victorialynn2 said:

This is my dream car. Beautiful pic!

    

     In the summer of 1965, the US Air Force sent me to school in

     St. Louis.  While there I visited the Mercedes Dealer to see the

     new 280 SL.   In a memorable moment I commented,  It's a nice

     car, but who would ever pay $5800 for a car?"   The following 

     year while stationed in Germany and working as a flag man it the 

     races sponsored by our Porsche Club, the infield was full of

     280 SL's.  It's not the last time I had to eat my words.   I happily

     pay that much today.

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On 12/4/2020 at 9:30 AM, Paul Dobbin said:

 

 

    

     In the summer of 1965, the US Air Force sent me to school in

     St. Louis.  While there I visited the Mercedes Dealer to see the

     new 280 SL.   In a memorable moment I commented,  It's a nice

     car, but who would ever pay $5800 for a car?"   The following 

     year while stationed in Germany and working as a flag man it the 

     races sponsored by our Porsche Club, the infield was full of

     280 SL's.  It's not the last time I had to eat my words.   I happily

     pay that much today.

And I was born that year, in Germany while my father was in the Air Force. The first time I saw one that I remember, was in a movie and I was immediately drawn to it. 
 

 

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