July 26, 2010

Pontiac Silver Streak

There was a Vintage car show held in Whitefield club, Whitefield, Bangalore.  I had posted photo's of Vintage Jaguar a few days ago, here's another beauty from the show  "1947 Pontiac Silver Streak"



Hood Ornament (above)

Silver Streak emblem (above) and the Pontiac Logo (below)


Now meet the M O N S T E R

69 comments:

  1. That very first photo of the hood ornament is outstanding!!!!

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  2. Love the red tinged hood, red as a background, like the Pontiac crest.

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  3. That is one amazing old car. Your photos of it are great. I especially love the hood ornament.

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  4. Thanks for stopping by Kramer

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  5. These are outstanding captures of the old Pontiac! In fact, that was the year I was born. This is really beautiful photography, Anthony...something Pontiac would be proud of!

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  6. @ Michael, Carolyn
    Thank you :)

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  7. Slick and shiny! Great photos.

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  8. Wow love the photos and the car.

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  9. Exquisite photo set. Really well done.

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  10. @nemonen
    Thanks

    @DrillerAA09
    Thank you

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  11. That is one amazing hood ornament!!

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  12. Chief Pontiac never looked so noble as he does here! The classy Pontiac silver streaks look great, almost like a streamlined locomotive from the 19030s. The straight-8 engine is nice to see when the hood (boot) is opened. Nice!

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  13. Thanks Ralph, I didnt get a chance to look what's under the hood, these were prised posessions of the owener's and many had put boards asking not to touch to avoid any damage from curious visitor's

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  14. Great shots!They are pretty fancy cars. Happy Ruby Tuesday!

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  15. Samson: I remember the hood ornaments on the old Pontiac, a car no longer made.

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  16. Hi Sammy, I like the way you enticed with the closeup shots and then unveiled the "monster" Pontiac in all it's glory. Great macros!

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  17. Great photo!! I love the composition. You also captured a wonderful reflection. Very cool shot.

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  18. Well done! I love shooting hood ornaments too. Also, the front of the Pontiac is awesome perspective and shot on its own!

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  19. Such fun to see all those old cars!! Wow! they sure look different from the ones today! Unfortunately, I can remember them all too well! Have a great week, Sam!

    Sylvia

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  20. That is such a beautiful series of photos! Everything looks so shiny! ;)

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  21. The demise of the hood ornament is a sad, sad loss.

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  22. I just love the elongated lines of your very first shot, Anthony. aND i really appreciate seeing the entire front of the vehicle to get some sort of perspective. Love all cars that are all shined up for a grand occasion.

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  23. What a stunning set of photos of something sort of mundane in some ways. I agree with hootin annie about the first shot... stunning. But they are all exquisite.

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  24. WOW great shot!
    Cheers
    Pete
    www.hamilton-nz.blogspot.com

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  25. What fabulous shots of a wonderful car! (Wish it were mine...)

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  26. Wonderful detial photos, very interesting, wonderful colors and sharpness

    Enjoy your week,

    Bram

    Seen on My World Tuesday

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  27. Thanks you all for your wonderfull comments :)

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  28. Anthony ,thanks for adding me as a friend at facebook. You are so good with close ups, these pictures tell a lot of stories, it's gorgeous.

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  29. She looks huge! And looks like she's loved and taken care of.

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  30. wow, not THAT is a car.
    especially love that first photo. outstanding.

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  31. Stunning Pics of an amazing old car!!

    Keep on clicking
    Keep on sharing

    Bhupesh

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  32. Stunning Pics of an amazing old car!!

    Keep on clicking
    Keep on sharing

    Bhupesh

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  33. Stunning Pics of an amazing old car!!

    Keep on clicking
    Keep on sharing

    Bhupesh

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  34. Thanks Gee :)

    @ Lisa
    Yes, she was huge... she made the other cars parked next to her look like toy cars

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  35. @ Marcie
    Thanks for stopping by

    @ caite
    Thanks

    @Bhupesh
    Thanks buddy

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  36. I love this old cars... Great photo!
    /Maria

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  37. A wonderful shoot of a nice car.

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  38. Re really stunning capture!!

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  39. excellent perspective and subject.

    i cannot see your reflection, translation: you are good at what you do.

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  40. Thanks Dave, good to have you here :)

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  41. @ Kcalpesh
    Thanks

    @ Lissen To
    Thank you

    @ Maria and Margareta
    Thanks for stopping by

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  42. @ magiceye and bpotw
    Thanks

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  43. Thank You, Sam. I"m glad I discovered Your world.Think of banner exchange :).

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  44. ya sure Richard, why not :)

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  45. Hi Samson...

    Thanks for visiting our blog, Paree!

    I like this photo very much and I remember this Pontiac and hood ornament! Those were the "good ol' days" of American autos.

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  46. Fascinating work.
    It has been delightful
    to visit your gallery.
    Good Creations

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  47. Thanks for stopping by doc :)

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