Travel Photography Photos tagged as cars
If you have the chance to look around while driving on the Inner Peripherie ring road of Paris, you can see various types of architecture both new and old as can be seen in this photo.
Here you can see the wide road that goes around Place de la Concorde as well as some of the buildings which surround it, giving a lovely feel to the already impressive square.
Here you can see a shot of a bridge on the Inner Peripherie road, which leads into Paris.
In this panoramic photo taken from near the Pont au Change bridge you can see part of the lovely River Seine with La Conciergerie on the opposite side of the River as well as cars travelling past on the nearby road.
The Eiffel Tower covers over many people and includes the Pont d'Iena which is a wide bridge at 35 metres, holding passage for many vehicles and pedestrians.
In this photo you can see the La Conciergerie from a distance and from the other side of the River Seine, showing transportation in the form of cars as well as a tour boat along the water.
Two lads from the UK came to Vegas for help buying a vehicle. They wanted a 4 wheel drive Suburban. They needed something that would go off road and still big enough to sleep in it. We found a Suburban for just over $3K, got it insured, got plates on it and they left Vegas that same day. It usually takes 2-4 days, but with luck it can be done in one day.
An Aussie couple came to Vegas for help buying a van with stow & go seats. It took a few days but we found one that they thought would get them to New York and retain its value. I will know in 3 months. Taken in July.
1931 Duesnberg J Holbrook Sedan. My friend Chris came back from Thailand and we spent an hour or so walking the car collection at The Quad, the old Imperial Palace.
1925 Locomobile Model 48. It was custom built for Edward Stotesbury of Philadelphia and is one of a kind. Edward Stotesbury was a business partner of JP Morgan and one of the richest men in the US at the time.
1962 Lincoln Continental Towne Limousine. This car was used by President John F. Kennedy and Vice President LB Johnson. Many famous people rode in this car as well. Prince Rainer & Princess Grace from Monaco, the Henry Ford family are just several mentioned on the display board.
1933 Packard 1001 Coupe Roadster. 1933 was the only year this style roadster was built.
1994 Jaguar XJ 220. This car was the fastest production at the time with a top speed of 217mph.
1963 Corvette. Only year they featured the split window design.
1948 Cadillac Series 62 Saoutchik Cabriolet . After WWII, French designer Jaques Saoutchik built 2 custom Cadillacs for the US market. This 1948 convertible coupe is probably the most beautiful Cadillac ever built.
1932 Rolls Royce Phantom II Kellner Salamanca.