1964

Uploaded: July 12, 2018 | Entered: July 19, 2018 08:56:38

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I met a very nice fellow this week with a most unusual vehicle. It was a 1964 Ford Falcon Econoline Van! Some were called a Station Bus and some a Club Wagon. It has been an ongoing 40+ year restoration with modifications project. The second time he painted it he decided to go from school bus yellow to turquoise. The really unique change he made at that point was to add bamboo on the sides including mouldings, fender flares & bamboo bumpers. It is awesome! He also carries a surf board on top that adds to the free spirit nostalgic feeling. A real attention getter wherever he travels. I love to meet people who appreciate old classics and never gives up on a dream :) My settings were F4 1/32 sec iso 400 @24mm.


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