Author Archives: Bruce Thomson
I finally toddled over to “Legendary Motorcar” in Milton this past week. Really stunning stuff. I particularly liked this Mark 1 Cobra – beautiful car – much “lighter” and more elegant than the later versions.
A 1963 split window Corvette, and this one is actually manual! (A four speed). Liked it, but wasn’t too sure about the colour and the mods. I mean – it’s a split window Vette – they only made these for … Continue reading
Did this at the request of my friend, Graham – any reasons, Graham, for this particular model?
A 1966 Thunderbird… the Americans built some great convertibles in the 50s and 60s. They’re not really “my thing” especially given that you can’t get one of these with a manual gearbox, but these things are undeniably cool. Did the sketch … Continue reading
This was a very nice Series 1 and a half E type, British racing green with a black interior. The 1 and a half Es have the newer unfaired headlamps, but still have the small tail lights that sit above the … Continue reading
A Bricklin. Who’d have thought? Can’t remember the last time I saw one of these…This wasn’t in the best of shape and I don’t say that merely because the passenger side mirror was nesting on the bonnet. It was missing … Continue reading
A 1974 TR6 from the Classic Car Auction at the international Centre. This one purports to be a “barn find”, and kinda looked like it – paint had lost its gloss and was liberally chipped, overall appearance was tired. The … Continue reading
An historic moment – Alonso laps the Indy 500 track. Can’t wait for the race!
Much to my surprise, I have discovered that I actually DID do an illustrator file of this and had completely forgotten, until my wife informed me that she remembered it and I should search the file…Oops.
I did this piece a couple of years ago, thinking I’d take it through Adobe Illustrator and never quite got to it. Perhaps this summer…