1964 Rambler

You see many different cars when you attend a car show. In 2015 at the Fleetwood Country Cruize In, I spotted this beautiful little 1964 Rambler American and had to get a shot of the pristine engine bay. AMC products are sometimes few and far between, and you don’t often get to see that trademark turquoise engine paint. The Rambler Amercian was a very popular compact in its day, and they are fun to see at shows. You can read more about AMC and Rambler in my review here.

I shot this with my Nikon D3200 at ƒ/9, 1/320 sec shutter speed, and ISO 100. The bright direct sunlight made for some extra work in Photoshop and Topaz Adjust, as the engine bay was obviously heavily shadowed. The original photo is below.

This image is available as a 20″x16″ poster by contacting shootyourcarmister@gmail.com.

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