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In reference to the General Motors Pontiac L-Head 6 cylinder.
pontiac, car, chief
Passionate about automobile art, especially the classic era of the ’30s through ’50s. Progressively prefers working in black and white media while still enjoying the vibrant world of color.
Loves sharing the unique beauty of Nevada in broad landscape photographs depicting sweeping mountain ranges and vast deserts.
Can’t help myself sorry…
Hail to the Chief!
Do you mean: Hail to the Chief ?
– Kurt Golgart
Hope that made your day. I was actually looking for a more “formal” version of the music but stumbled across this one and couldn’t pass it up.
Another beauty Kurt! What’s the year and model of this classic?
Hey Bill. “1926 Series 6-27 Coach":http://www.conceptcarz.com/view/photo/302346,13... . At the museum they’ve got about 10 vehicles all lined up like they’re parked up against a wall with a rope in front so it’s very difficult to get any shots other than direct on. But this hoodie is very close. Thanks for the comment Bill
Sorry Bill. The link doesn’t want to work. If you paste the link into a browser you can see the entire car.
wow! That is one great looking car…especially for back in ’26! The little coupe looked pretty hot too.
oh wow very awesome love it!
I appreciate the comment Rita.
Great shot Kurt..those medallions are awesome
Hello Stuart, thanks. I thought so too, very unique.
Great Indiad. When I think of Pontiac it’s straight 8s that come to mind. I have always been a Pontiac fan (except for the newer ones.)Well done Kurt
Thank you barkeypf. Not into the new stuff eh? I don’t blame you, just not the same as the “old days” before the 70s.
New stuff to me is anything from the 1971 (low compression smogers) to todays. Thats just with American cars for the most part. I love performance!
I’m with ya all the way, except for the exotics there’s very little that gets me going – except of course style.
Thanks again Richard.
I love classic hood ornaments, don’t think I have seen this one before. Very nice shot!