Luftgekühlt has quickly become my favorite event on the calendar not only because of the incredible cars and the amazing venues chosen for each year, but also because of the amazing variety of details found on the cars at the show. This year was particularly photogenic for details given the rain showers in the morning, providing perfect water droplets on the surface of the cars complimented by a gorgeous sunrise.
You can see my full gallery of detail shots from Luftgekühlt 4 over at Petrolicious.com.
My photos of the Le Mans winning Porsche 356 Gmünd coupe continue attract interest from publications, this time from French magazine Speedster, who made the car their cover story for issue #036. I can’t tell you what the text says, since it’s all in French, but you can view the article and the photos in the gallery below.
Each car that comes out of the Emory Motorsports shop is quite special, but this particular car, a 356 Gmünd coupe, is perhaps the most significant. The car is Porsche’s first Le Mans winner, finishing first in class at the endurance race back in 1951, and it has been exquisitely restored to its original Le Mans race spec by Rod Emory and his crew. You can read the amazing story of the car and see my photos over at ClassicDriver.com.
Perhaps my favorite Emory Motorsports creation I’ve photographed yet is this incredible 1960 356 Roadster, so I’m happy to say that my images are now part of a feature on the car published on Petrolicious.com. You can read the fantastic article and see the photo gallery here.
Autoweek recently got behind the wheel of one of Emory Motorsports’ 356 Outlaws and have published their first drive review of the car along with my photography. You can read the review and check out the full photo gallery of the car here.
ClassicDriver.com has published a great story on a stunning Porsche 356 Roadster Outlaw from Emory Motorsports featuring my photography of the car. You can read the article and see the photo gallery here.
The photos I took for Emory Motorsports have been making the rounds, and the latest to publish them is ClassicDriver.com. They’ve posted an excellent article on Emory, which you can see here.