While digging for some pictures I found some that I took at the Detroit Autorama in 1972. Please don't expect to see professional grade pictures. They were probably taken with a 110 Instamatic (do you remember them?) Here is a link to the photobucket album:
Kodak Instamatic 110 12 pics to a cartridge.. ah yes, and the textured prints... they all fade in shoeboxes
WOW! That's fantastic! When I got my new scanner my old photo enhancement program was now useless. I haven't figured out how to use the new one yet.
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email me the rest and I'll see what I can do with them. I use Photoshop Elements (an older XP release) It has a few one button features that I use all the time for my own stuff (color balance, contrast etc)
I also found my pictures from the Toledo Autorama. Judging by the cars it was early 70's (yes I'm THAT old!) There are 4 pictures of a 1967 Dodge Dart GT with lace paint job, all jacked up and fenderwell exit headers. I was particulally interested in that car becasue I had one!! Except for the paint job and wheels, they were the same. I had Cragers on mine.
The car has been some what restored to original condition, but some one ended up cutting up the hood and adding a supercharger to the motor. I had read a story on it a couple of years ago, but couldn't tell you anything more that that. It is a Willy's
Post by carcrafter on Jun 15, 2013 14:52:19 GMT -5
I think the one that looks like a Chariot was either called The Gladiator or the Chariot, but the Gladiator sounds better the one the young lady is standing next to is the Scorpion. I don't recall the builders of them though. Scorpion could have been Starbird. Does anybody know who built this? Hosted on Fotki Hosted on Fotki Hosted on Fotki I have been wanting to attempt to build a model of it.