Automotive photographer Pepper Yandell is based in Dallas, USA and has the pleasure of photographing some of the finest custom vehicles America has to offer. I can clearly see that Pepper love's cars and is a stickler for choosing the right location for the job. I love the lime green GT-R shot with the city skyline in the background, the car looks amazing and you don;t lose focus on in it even with all that going on in the background.
He photographs many different sorts of cars from exotics to custom vintage muscle cars and does it all so well, I'm becoming more and more inspired to start photography again and dust everything up and start of just for fun shooting cars that I see on my daily travels. The way I see it is if you spent a year on a custom project you want to show off your work, for me Pepper Yandell is the first chose to shoot your custom car when looking for a automotive photographer.
Vintage USA tin and the Mooneyes Street Car Nationals might go hand-in-hand, but you won't find one single American-made machine in this first Spotlight-O-Rama from the annual Tokyo event. I'm doing this to emphasize just how diversified Mooneyes events are in Japan, and - where you will at times - come across the most curious of creations. So to get the ball rolling this K11 March (Micra in the rest of the world) is something that instantly stood out. Nissan's little city car has always been popular with those that want to race on a budget and for years the car has had its one single-make race series in Japan so...
Jeep is pondering adding a seven-seat SUV to its range three years after the Commander was discontinued. The new vehicle might revive the iconic Grand Wagoneer nameplate which was used until the early 1990s.
According to Autocar, the future Grand Wagoneer, which is not expected to arrive earlier than 2015, could be underpinned by the same platform used for the three-row Dodge Durango SUV. The idea is not actually new, Jeep thinking about a new Grand Wagoneer since 2011 and reiterating the idea at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.
The coolest car I saw at El Mirage yesterday, the 1969 Subaru 360 of the Foley Phelps Kilger team, land speed record holder in the I/FCC gas class, with a Kawasaki 900 Ninja engine, 60 cu in