Posted by: Admin | June 8, 2011

American style in the English Rain

I was in Brighton on Sunday for a photography event (more of which in a later post). It rained, we ignored it, and the grey day was brightened by a car rally that included a Chevy that made my heart race. I have absolutely no interest in cars as a rule, but there’s something about 1950s American automobiles… It’s a photo blog today, folks.



  1. Amazing pictures, Jo!

    My mum collects model 50s cars and I’m pretty sure she has this one, even in this shade!

    It looks like you all had a fantastic day in the rain – God bless England, LOL x

  2. The more I hear about your mum the more I think she must be a sister from another mister, Stuart! Where does she buy her model chevys?

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