SEMA was packed this year with First and Fifth Generation Camaros and a particular gunmetal-and-green ’69 really stood out to us and we were hoping it would get a proper shoot at some point. Thankfully, Oracle Lighting hooked up with one of the top automotive photographers in the game, Webb Bland, and he killed it as usual. Both cars are an excellent representation of what a custom Camaro should look like – neither are too overdone and have all the right additions. Check out more from Oracle Lighting’s shoot on Webb Bland’s new site here!
Occasionally on Tumblr you’ll catch a pic that has you yearning for more. This morning, we found a pic of a sexy red Camaro posted up near one of the Miami causeways and eventually came across Stitched Production‘s shoot of this fine ride. The owner of this ’67 obviously spared no expense – as you can see, its tubbed in the rear with some ridiculously wide rubber, has a nicely dressed (and hopefully powerful) big block under the hood and the interior and trunk are finished out quite nicely. Props to Stitched Production on the shoot, we checked out their site and they definitely seem like car guys with a serious passion for photography (and vice versa).
The term ‘Muscle Car’ doesn’t exactly mean what it did in the past so we felt it was OK to squeeze a classic Mustang in this week. Plus, what the team at Fesler did with it surely falls under the Muscle category so it’s all good. We’ve posted some Fesler Built cars before so it should come to no surprise that this ’66 Stang received the full rotisserie treatment which you can see all the build pics from start to finish here.
Shooting a classic Plymouth yesterday definitely inspired our first Mopar-based Muscle Monday. In my opinion, Mopars are cool but only when modified. Google a ’68 Barracuda and a ’68 Chevelle and you’ll see what I’m talking about. The ’70 Cuda is a highly-regarded ride, in the past 10 years their value has increased signifigantly which if you watch Barrett Jackson then you already know. This prestine Plymouth is a former SEMA build and has everything you’d ever want in a muscle car. Check out the full article from Hot Rod Magazine here.
We just got back from Athens, GA, on the UGA campus where we shot our Logo tee for the Lookbook. We’ll post pics of the shoot and of my boy Luke’s dope yellow ‘Cuda later this week!
Meanwhile on the West Coast, my biz partner was doing some pretty big things himself, more on that soon! Like I’ve said before, YES we work on Sundays!