Cars & Girls #2

Cars People

One of the main avenues of expressive Americana is the motor car. And of course, the way the American dream has been sold, consumed and explored has always been through the car.

It’s no surprise, then, that the way cars have been sold have reflected the myriad of meaning that cars have had for American males: and equally little surprise that the female form has often offset the brawn of Detroit steel.

Some of these are classic, some of them are strange — but all are colourful.










2 Responses to “Cars & Girls #2”

  1. middle pic is a 1971 Ford Tridon. Personally I like the guy lighting the cigarette in the background. Im not a smoker, but if I was, having a smoke at a car show sounds pretty nice.