Dirt track racing is the new flat black. Just kidding, it's cool to see a new (or old) breed of events getting some well deserved attention as they bring back bare bones hot rod racing the way it's meant to be. Sonja Moser just sent me some of her brilliant pics from the latest Rust'n Dust in Germany. Like that? There's more to come tomorrow, so in the meantime please check out the pics by Tankwart 93.
A couple of weeks ago, I went for a cruise around town looking for some cool photoshoot locations. There aren't many abandoned buildings here that would make for a cool backdrop... or if there's something cool, you can't drive in there with a car. The latter two are my favorites so far. But I'm sure there's more to come.
It was on a rather dark spring day this year, that I got to shoot Marcel's Nash truck for the first time. For those of you who didn't know already: The cabin was made from a 4 door sedan, chopped and channelled, the bed was built from scratch and the engine is an inline six from a Triumph TR6. All the work was done by Marcel himself, except for paint prep and the paintjob. More photos...
Our country may not be famous for its hot rods. But there were quite a lot of em blasting through the alps last weekend, even if some of them came all the way from Italy. Here are a couple of my favorites.
Had a blast at the Hangar Rockin festival in the middle of the swiss alps. There was something for everybody: great people, a lot of cool vintage iron, a lot of cold beer, a lot of sunshine and even a decent rainstorm. More pics to come soon. Until then, please enjoy this bitchin 1952 chevy coupe from Italy.