Today I have had the pleasure of meeting Ted and photographing his GMC pick up truck. Sitting under the bonnet is a 360 Chevy with 400 turbo blocks. It has a traction rear axle and TCI front clip, a 4 bar rear end with watch linkage and slammed with air bags.
Look out for the official images and story coming out in American Car Magazine magazine over the next few months.
It happens to be the best time to get the best photographs is really early in the morning before everyone else has awoken. The location for this photoshoot was Rochester, next to the castle and cathedral; to be able to be undisturbed and avoid crowds of public and tourists we had to be in and out of there before they stirred. Having worked in a club Saturday night I was a little dreary eyed having only 2.5 hours sleep before having to wake up to start my next shoot. It was worth every tear and energy drink though so I am happy I made the effort.
The photo shoot in question was for non other than Custom Car Magazine with this beautiful 1932 Ford Model A Hot Rod, the images look amazing and I am super excited for when I can release the official photos. Keep an eye out for it in the magazine.
One of the most frustrating aspects of my job, especially being so fresh to it is that I have a load of amazing work as my style develops that I want to share with you all but am unable to until it goes to print. So make sure you keep checking back to see when I upload the official photos of these beautiful classic, american and hot rod cars.
But for now here is another Behind The Scenes from this shoot: