California State Route 1 — alternatively the Coast Highway, Cabrillo Highway, Pacific Coast Highway, or the PCH — is perhaps one of the ultimate drives in the US. That is if you're not stuck behind 10 cars trailing a diesel soot-spewing 1970s Winnebago with about even odds of summiting the next small rise.
On the subject of Lloyd automobiles, the book of Wikipedia states that there is "little prestige to be gained by driving a Lloyd," and "he who is not afraid of death, drives a Lloyd." In other words, this car is only 50% Dodge Viper.
I have a few days in Germany next week and am looking for any tips or advice from you all. Here's my current plan:
I learned two important things today. First of all, Photoshop's Oil Paint filter is a great way to salvage crappy pixelated cell phone photos. Second, even as a car enthusiast I can barely tell Rolls Royces and Bentleys apart (more on that in a future post).
Now that I have oppo publishing privileges I thought I'd share this DB6 with y'all. One of my favorite car photos I've taken (many more to come) in the two months since I moved to Paris. Sourced from my personal site (Garage Dispatches).
It's not every day you get a chance to shoot your childhood dream car. For me the opportunity came back in the summer of 2011 when I found a gorgeous F40 parked in front of Katie's Coffee at a DC-area Cars and Coffee. One of my favorites is below, with the rest of the gallery on my personal site (Garage Dispatches).