Photography by Bryan Cheney
“What year is that thing?” – If you’ve ever owned a classic car, you know the question well. Chances are it’s the first thing a curious stranger will ask you when you pull up at a gas station. Older cars just seem friendly and inviting. You’ll end up deep in conversation with passers-by as they reminisce about how they had a friend or relative who once had some similar car when they were a kid.
Photography by Cedric Melbourne
To most people, “the one” incites an idea finding the person that you want to spend the rest of your life with, perhaps starting a family together, and growing old side by side. To car guys, “the one” takes on similar meaning, but rather than finding a partner in another human being, we seek it out in hunks of self-propelling metal.
Photos by Travis Cuykendall
There’s a special feeling some of us experience each year as red and orange leaves fall from the trees and clutter the black asphalt. There’s no denying the absolute beauty that comes from the autumn months, but with the joy and the allure of the two weeks where the earth turns orange comes a sense of fear and distress.