20 thoughts on “seeing red 62 (and unintentional selfie #32)

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Linda. The owner tells me that there is a light inside the hood ornament that comes on with the headlights. I tried to give it that “always on” look here. It’s just gorgeous.

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      1. Linda Grashoff

        Oh, wow. Do you know if the light inside is something the owner added or whether it was in the car as the factory made it? You have definitely made it glow.

      2. oneowner Post author

        The owner said the car came from the factory with the lighted Indian head hood ornament. As pretty as it is, I imagine it must be distracting when you’re driving at night. The glow in the photo is part backlight and part magic.

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Howard. It does have that watercolor look to it. You can see that I forgot to change my shirt before going to the show. I usually wear a dark color shirt that doesn’t reflect as much light as the gray. Live and learn.

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  1. bluebrightly

    I too was amazed by the hood ornament….and even more amazed when I read yours and Linda’s comments. Crazy! This is quite a beauty, and you’ve given it a good ride here. Sooo Low indeed, I bet it looks great in motion. What a color.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Lynn. Actually, these cars have hydraulics that rais the car for actual road travel. The roads we have in Webster (Where life is worth living) would destroy this car in a week otherwise. The color is just exceptional and one very few cars have. A true original.

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  2. Anita Jesse

    That color is a knockout and I have to eagerly join the chorus of hurrahs for that gorgeous hood ornament. Wow! And Iā€™m not even a car person, but I find myself wanting that car! The selfie is indeed a delightful bonus.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, AJ. I wish you could see this one in person just to appreciate the color. It’s not a shiny yellow but rather a pearl finish that almost glows. The photos do not do it justice.

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