Reflections On Car Culture

Cars, Culture, and Craftsmen

When I went out for a ride this morning, car culture was not on my mind. But when I saw this gathering at Stude Park, I had to stop. These guys are artists who love re-crafting old cars. If you show genuine interest they’ll offer you some food and conversation. A couple hours later I left with an education, a full stomach, and huge respect. I’ve seen great art in the finest museums all over the world – these guys are every bit as good. It was my lucky day.

Reflection in rear door window

'55 Chevrolet

folks
Car culture is a family affair

Old Black '52 Chevy

Pickup

Green Olds

Old Chevy reflection

Club members
These guys were walking encyclopedias of cars from the 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s
Old '53 Chevy Pickup
I had a ’53 Chevy pickup – it couldn’t do tricks but it had a Ram Dass sticker in the window … it was cosmic

Old Yellow Chevy

Row of Chevys

Muchachos

Man in a Monte Carlo

de Koonig

Stude Park in The Heights, September 11, 2016

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