Friday, January 6, 2012

Auld Lang Syne

An old friend from high school stopped by today. We used to
draw hot rods in class.  So I painted a hot rod for "Auld Lang Syne"

10 comments:

Celeste Bergin said...

It looks fast!

are those pontiac fins?

billspaintingmn said...

Fast? The best timeslip is 9.00 in the quarter at 147 mph! I think that's fast!
"Totally NHRA leagal, it's a chopped '36' international truck body. The bed is fabricated from a pair of '58' Dodge quarter panels!

HOT ROD magazine has this on its Feb.2012 cover, and talks about it on page 28.
When I was a kid, we dreamt of this
so to see it is a promise of a Happy New Year!

billspaintingmn said...

Oh yea, I believe those are '57' pontiac fins!!

Doesn't it just make the New Years!

billspaintingmn said...

Okay... My friend Gary says the fins are off a '58' coronet (Dodge)
so...still it's cool!

helen said...

Love old cars and have taken pictures of them around town.

martinealison said...

Wouaou!!! Une superbe automobile...
Belle oeuvre...
gros bisous

Celeste Bergin said...

I miss the days when you could tell cars apart--now they all look alike! The old classic cars are a treat for the eyes--like this painting!

billspaintingmn said...

Hi Helen! Cars are art for sure! I always enjoy seeing how people can
'tweek' them a bit.

Martine wrote:Wouaou! A superb car ... Beautiful work ... big kiss

Thanks Martine! Cars are a gas!

Thanks Celeste! We were just talking about how todays cars all sort of look the same.(They remind me of tennis shoes.)
So when I get a chance to see a car
with charactor, I'm all smiles!

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Cyndi said...

Very cool! It has a nice watercolr feel to it too.