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PhotoHunt: Metal

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This week's theme is "metal."

A classic use of metal. I'm hoping that someone will come out with a line of hybrid vehicles with retro styling. :)

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Have a nice weekend!


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Pat:

Oh I love it - I want one!!

Happy Weekend.

What a cool automobile. I love the old styles and that one looks like it's in good condition.

What a wonderful old car! Happy weekend

Wow, that is one cool car.

I have cars in my entries too. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend :)

Carver, it is. The car's in much better condition than the house. :)

Now I agree that would be cool! IF you are looking for one, turn to an actor if they haven't already rebuilt one to their liking! Apparently many in Hollywood area have rebuilt cars from the 80's and 90's into electric cars

Oh that is SO good! Love the red color. :)

perfect choice for today's theme... Mine's up too... Happy weekend!

I'm picturing a trunk full of moonshine and a driver trying to outrun the cops...

ann:

ha ha...Loved your photo... but don't bring back those old cars, I had to ride in them the first time... In my younger days I couldn't understand why my mother didn't like antiques...now I know. Perfect metal for this week's theme!

Wow! That's car is a classic. Volks did come out with a modern one on the bugs. It was beautiful.

http://crizcats.blogspot.com/

sandrac:

Annie, what a beautiful choice. Wouldn't that be so cool to drive? (even better than Purple Ed!)

YTSL:

What a car -- classic?! ;D

That's a nice care very classic one. happy hunting!

I like the antique automobile! :P

That is such a cool car!! Great choice for this week's theme!!

Thanks for the heads up on the Barbara Walter's interview. I really enjoyed it :)

Happy Weekend!!

That's classic! Mine's up, too. Happy weekend!

such a classic, it's value goes up higher as it gets older.. Nice shot too

That is so striking! I really like this shot a lot! I had no idea what to do with this week's theme, so I'm afraid I did stretch it a bit:

http://flamingofotos.blogspot.com

Have a great weekend!

I would love to have ownership of this coupe!!

My metal is posted. Drop by for a visit if you can!
Happy Hunting.

June:

Wouldn't that be fun! It looks pretty aerodynamic :-)

Kim:

I'm with softdrink on that one! Annie, suggest it to one of the big three - they can use all the help they can get.

bing:

very cute!

A coupe - how cool would that be if they did make a retro style like this...hybrid of course.

If you have time check out my metal photos.

http://moderatesuburbanchick.blogspot.com/

I like retro, too. Very nice photo!

I did Photo Hunt today, too. I hope you get a chance to visit and leave your link. :)
Mrs. Mecomber
New York Traveler.net Photo Hunters: Metal

Great retro metal shot!

Now that is a fantastic hunk of metal. Yep, gotta love the classics.

Oh my I love this car. And I bet Harriet would too.

Oh my this is a beauty. What a fantastic pick for the theme...I love it.

thanks for dropping by to see my silly one this week!!

Happy weekend!!:-)

Cool pic, what a beautiful car.

Great choice and it looks like it is in excellent condition. Love the color!

Oh wow... Antique. Great choice.

Sue:

Cool looking car! And you captured it beautifully :)

My entry is here

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog earlier, and hope you have a great week ahead :)

That is one cool car. I love the lines also. Neat choice for this week's theme.

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