Journal: Fall In Love With Some Of Our Favorite Classic Car Details

Fall In Love With Some Of Our Favorite Classic Car Details

Petrolicious Productions By Petrolicious Productions
April 30, 2015
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The power of classic cars to draw its admirers in for a closer look is, in our opinion, second-to-none. The first time you notice a subtle Zagato double-bubble roof or the way an early Porsche 911’s rear engine cover is delicately formed your brain will start searching for other details that have avoided your attention.

On Instagram for the last week, our followers have been obsessed with capturing compelling details. Here are the best of the close-ups tagged with #drivetastefully.

Next week, we’ll be looking for photos that fit a different theme: the open road. Tag your best Instagram shots with #drivetastefully for a chance to be featured here on Petrolicious!




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John king
John king

when i was thinking about classical cars my mind goes in between 30 to 40 years old cars. The drivers of classical cars have the best knowledge about driving. They have every bit of information’s about the techniques of the car. Classic cars often lack the basic safety features, such as seat belts, crumple zones or rollover protection But now these features has in all the branded cars like Audi, Mercedes, BMW etc.

Eric Appelmans
Eric Appelmans

Got the same kind of love for details.
See the end of old pictures set:
http://1drv.ms/1bApmxW

Evan Bedford
Evan Bedford

When I think of exquisite automotive detail, my mind goes to the tool kits from the old BMW motorcycles. They even went so far as to weave “BMW” into the mechanic’s rags.

Lindell Serrin
Lindell Serrin

One of these things is not like the others.