Father’s Day Show and Shine Car Show, Julliard Park, Santa Rosa, CA, U.S.A. June 18, 2017.
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Category: American History, California, Cars, design, History, Photography, Uncategorized Tagged: 1946, 1946 Ford Super Delux, 23rd Annual Father's Day Show and Shine Car Show, automobile, California, car, classic, Ford, Photography, red, Santa Rosa, Super Delux, Timothy S. Allen, V8
Wow! That is shiny. Reminds me of a candy apple 🙂
Yes, it is and beautiful. I think the paint is named Candy Apple Red.
Candy-apple red. Stellar.
It’s a beauty.
Sherry, I totally agree.
Hot car for a HOT day! 😉 Nice photo, Tim. And a hats off for braving the heat.
Rawls, thank you. There were some fine cars there. It was worth the visit although I did not stay after 12 noon. I did keep my hat on.
fantastic symmetry Tim, and love the colour.
Leanne, this is a fantastic car. I was so pleased to be able to photograph it.
Wow! What a glossy, red beauty. ❤
Olga, it is beautiful. The challenge was the sun was so bright it was difficult to tone down the highlights.
Great angle and a peach of a colour!
John, thank you. I carry an 18 inch folding stool. (45.72 cm) It is excellent for sitting and standing on. Standing up on the stool gave me this perspective.
😁 I’m an oldie so measure in feet and inches. Our kids don’t know what I’m talking about!
I’d forgotten that GB uses the non metric system. I wish the U.S.A. would adopt that system.
I find that 2 feet and 9 inches are far more memorable than 84 centimetres! I suppose it’s what you are used to.
Well I have trouble with meters, stones and all those other measurements.
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