Remember When Bumpers Were Bumpers???

© william r. griffin

Remember When Bumpers Were Bumpers???

Uploaded: July 09, 2007

Description

Remember when you hit something with these bumpers you tore up whatever you hit and not the whole front of your car as with PLASTIC. Plastic bumpers make me sick, bugs actually dent your bumpers!!!!

Comments

Jessica L. Richard July 09, 2007

wonderful find, very nice image #688146

Lynn Haack July 09, 2007

William....This old car has a wonderful personality. I love the rust colors. Great angle!! Well done! Lynn #4490559

Sherry Karr Adkins level-deluxe July 09, 2007

Nice image, William. That is some bumper! I like your composition and the effects on this. Do you know what make and model of car this is? #4490730

Chuck Bruton level-deluxe September 22, 2007

Great shot, good find. What type PS effect are you using? #4830312

Gregory Allen Collins September 28, 2007

Very nice William, super cool Buick, 1953 isn't it? I know where some parts are for it. #4859171

A. J. Perry January 16, 2008

I know this is an old thread, but to set the record straight this is a 1950 Buick....I know because it was the second car I ever owned....my first was a 1937 Pontiac....And, you're right about the chromium steel bumper. Unless you happened hit a stray elephant at 50MPH, you were still good to go.....Great nostalgiac capture. #5348185

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