Albert Mach
  • Petersburg, WV
  • United States
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Welcome, Albert Mach Fine Art & Custom Framing!

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Any thing I can see through my camera!
Contact me: acmach2fineart@hotmail.com

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Pic-A-Day (846) Albert Mach Fine Art - 1921 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Engine

Pic-A-Day (846) Albert Mach Fine Art

1921 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Engine

I hope I run and look this good when I am over 95 years old!



This year’s Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance was wonderful, full of amazing vehicles.

You have to come and see it to believe it next year in 2018!

Don’t miss one of the most fabulous events of the year held on the second weekend in March.

Link to information here:…

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Posted on March 26, 2017 at 1:00am

Pic-A-Day (845) Albert Mach Fine Art - 1931 Franklin 153 Dietrich Speedster

Pic-A-Day (845) Albert Mach Fine Art

1931 Franklin 153 Dietrich Speedster

Please note:

The owners of the vehicles have allowed their cars to be shown at the museum but this has been with the understanding that any images of these will not be used for a commercial purpose.

Out of respect for the museum and the owners these are shown here for educational purposes and for your enjoyment however I repeat, THESE ARE NOT FOR SALE!…

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Posted on March 25, 2017 at 1:00am

Pic-A-Day (844) Albert Mach Fine Art - 1932 American Austin Roadster

Pic-A-Day (844) Albert Mach Fine Art

1932 American Austin Roadster

"Do you get into that car, or do you put it on?" This epitomized the public opinion of the American Austin from the outset.

When Herbert Austin arrived in the United States in 1929, the country neither had nor wanted a small car, but Austin was convinced it needed one. Butler, PA was chosen as the site for Austin’s American ventures, home of a skilled workforce, and more importantly of the former Standard Steel Car Company facilities.

Early American Austins were built on an English Austin Seven chassis, and bodywork was provided by the Hayes Body Company, an internationally recognized designer of the time. Despite the market crash of 1929, production in Butler began in May of 1930…

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Posted on March 24, 2017 at 1:00am

Pic-A-Day (842) Albert Mach Fine Art - 1932 Chevrolet Station Wagon

Pic-A-Day (842) Albert Mach Fine Art

1932 Chevrolet Station Wagon

Please note:

The owners of the vehicles have allowed their cars to be shown at the museum but this has been with the understanding that any images of these will not be used for a commercial purpose.

Out of respect for the museum and the owners these are shown here for educational purposes and for your enjoyment however I repeat, THESE ARE NOT FOR SALE!

https://sites.google.com/site/escapetothemountains2017/

Posted on March 22, 2017 at 1:00am

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At 7:02pm on May 4, 2015, Downshifters MC Lower Bucks Cty said…

Very cool, Albert and thanks for sharing! I'll be sure to pop the link onto the Downshifter Motor Club of Lower Bucks County's Facebook wall so the rest of the club can enjoy it as well.

And please, feel free to visit us there!

 
 
 


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