More Adventures Out In Missouri!


Reader and college student, Eli R is quite the aspiring automotive photographer and he has been kind enough to share some of his most recent finds with us. You can see and read about his past adventures here! When he first shared his photos with us, he told me he wasn’t sure he was going to have time between classes to take any more photos, well he’s been able to make the time and it’s paid off.


I really appreciate his choice to work with 35 mm film, rather than his cell phone or even a modern camera rig. While new DSLRs and even cell phones can capture some amazing photos, they lack the character of good old film! I want to personally thank him for sharing these with us and I wish him luck with school and his classic car adventures.



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  1. grant

    I’m sure someone will point out that this is a site for cars that are for sale; but as someone who appreciates a rusty old hulk sinking into the ground almost as an art form, I love these kinds of pictures. There used to be another site featuring “cars in barns” that was dedicated to pictures like these, and the cars were not usually for sale. It stopped being updated a little over a year ago, to my dismay. Anyway, these are great. Eli, thank you for sharing your photography with us, and Josh thank you for posting them.

  2. jim s

    i would like to have a couple of the trucks in the photos. if interested and live close it would be worth asking the owner if the vehicle is for sale. great job on the photos. i hope you will keep sending into this site. thanks.

  3. Jeff Staff

    And I, too, applaud the use of film. So great to see someone still using the traditional means of capturing images and color, as opposed to everything you see now that is massaged heavily by Photoshop or built-in photo filters on an iPhone. Nothing like the real deal.

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