Seen Better Days

While walking to an art fair a couple of months ago, I spotted this vintage set of wheels. I think it’s a Ford?

ford_fairlane_web

Couldn’t resist adding some cross processing.

ford_fairlane_tail_web

Sorry I’m so late posting this. I woke up at 5 a.m. this morning and decided to bake some cookies and fix dinner, completely forgetting about the blog.

Great weekend, everyone!

{carole}

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14 Responses to Seen Better Days

  1. Caroline says:

    Great retro feel. I like that color.

  2. TBM says:

    My grandmother had a car like this. She used to drive us to Wendy’s (a fave of hers) and I loved it. Hers was in better condition. Grandpa was a car man. he could take a car apart completely and then reassemble.

  3. Cheryl says:

    Great shots of the vintage vehicle. The tones and post processing you chose are perfect to represent its era! Mmmm … fresh baked cookies. I made oatmeal raisin-craisin-chocolate chip yesterday. Very cold temps up here (-23C) that drove me to oven!

    • Cold weather makes me want to bake too. I made chocolate chip cookies with pecans. A friend sent us a lot of pecans for Christmas, so I’m trying to use them up. Pecan pie is so decadent, but I may have to succumb. 🙂

  4. This car could use a little TLC but still such a classic.

  5. You finally found an old car that actually looks old! Most of the vintage you find is impeccable.

  6. Randy says:

    A little TLC and someone would have a gorgeous ’59 Fairlane! Nice find!!

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