Thursday, January 11, 2007

Thirty-Four Ford











Another faux-patina production. Posted by Picasa

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Man where you find all these old treasures? There are really that many? Antique car people from the States need to chech out Canada ... if they're welcome ;-)

ron said...

I make them up sometimes-just draw the car and rustify it. Faux-patina. Canadians like Americans generally-they (we) don't care much for American government. There are a lot of Americans up here. The antique guys come up all the time. I was toolin up the road on my Harley one afternoon when a whole fleet of Packards came by. I pulled over and watched them go by. The just about fell out of their rigs wavin'and checkin out the bike. Anyways my sister's married to an American. Her kids, my nieces and nephews are Americans, ergo I have American relatives.

Anonymous said...

Only in an artist's vivid immagination are we going to see '34 Fords settling into rust. One of the reason they are so collectible now is that in years past, they were the stockcar body of choice & many were hacked and crunched to pieces...we did the same with a few '55 Chevy's. As usual, a very nice watercolor.

ron said...

The commenters are Bill Moore and Jeanie Schlump.