Wednesday, June 9, 2010

1930 Ford/ Window Views

1930 mint-green Ford

 On a short holiday in Upstate New York a few weeks ago, we spotted this "dream car" sitting in a small parking lot in front of an ice cream place. Through the windshield, you can see the car's owner eating ice cream.

The owner graciously consented to let me take photos of his pride and joy.

Another  view

Wouldn't you like to go for a drive and an ice cream in this neat car?


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30 comments:

see you there! said...

Yes indeed, I want a ride. I have to find just the right period clothes to wear first.

Darla

Shammickite said...

Yes, but must be careful not to drip melted ice cream on the seats.

B SQUARED said...

I'd be happy to go for a ride if you'd accompany me.

Kathy said...

I think everyone is captivated by these vintage cars!

BJ Roan said...

I would love a ride!

Small City Scenes said...

Oh wow! What a cool car. It would be so much fun to own a car like this. MB

chasity said...

i'd be too scared to eat ice cream in it...i'm a mess!
but the car is amazing.

Jacob said...

Dream car is right! Just beautiful! My first car was a 1937 Chevy (which I proceeded to customize) and my second was a 1950 Plymouth coupe - dark green with wood grain dash.

hip chick said...

What a fantastic car! I love the way you captured it in that first photo.

Lorac said...

I would love a drive in that car! Along a lovely lakeside side drive on a warm summer eve! And definitely ice cream!

Tracy said...

That old car rocks. Surely not the original paint job, I'm guessing. And now I'm hungry for ice cream!

Thanks for stopping by our blog today.

Kerry said...

Oh yeah, I 'll take a ride in this old car. Makes me want some mint ice cream, too.

ewok1993 said...

Love to take that for a spin. And speaking of ice cream, I've always loved rocky road, which I haven't had in years.

Becky and Gary said...

OK, I'll go for a ride in this beauty. Love it.
About the feeders. I have several window feeders that stick on with suction cups. That might work for you.
B.

jewwishes said...

What a lovely and nostalgic vision you present in these photos.

VioletSky said...

Beautiful - and being enjoyed, not just shown at a cruise night!

Halcyon said...

I'd love to take a ride!! Looks like a neat, old car.

kaye said...

fantastic car!

Robin said...

What fun a ride would be, not on too hot a day though since for sure there's no a/c in that baby. (That's the Israeli in me coming out.) I love the way you've framed the picket fence through the window in that first shot.

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RuneE said...

This looks like something right out of Walt Disney - only much better. Great shot!

Snap said...

How cool!!!! Perfect for ice cream eating....

Jientje said...

What a beautiful car!

Denise said...

Oh I just love these old cars and that's a lovely color. You have captured it beautifully.

Jacob said...

My thanks to your dad for his service in the Navy. I also served in the Navy. You might wish to read the comment by Suzanne Giesemann I just posted.

Betty said...

That is a beautiful car. There is one on Craigslist a plymouth a 1933 for sale it is only 11,000 dollers.
Hugs ♥♥♥

Rose said...

Wouldn't you just love to have that to run around in? It is gorgeous.

George said...

I think it's wonderful that this car has been so well maintained. I'd gladly take a ride, even without the ice cream!

me ann my camera said...

I wonder, does it have a rumble seat? I remember driving in one once when I was just a little girl, in the olden days I guess.
Ann Lovely car

Cezar and Léia said...

wow it's vintage and fabulous!
Léia :)

maryt/theteach said...

The color of that old Ford is so gorgeous - mint green. Your photos are just incredible, EG! Thanks for participating in Window Views. :)

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