Thanks for your kind remarks. I have done 155 days of the Pic-A-Day posts. they are here but I also put them on 8 FaceBook pages. Many people read them every day. On this web site hopefully they will not get lost as they do on Facebook pages. The idea is that in the future people can go back here for research etc. I do not at all claim to be an expert just a lowly artist so welcome kind constructive comments. I will go back and correct things if there is verifiable facts to support the change. No doubt many of your group belong to the AACA Facebook group or others, so some might already be familiar with my posts. If you just saw your first then you got over 150 to review. :) Thanks again and have a great evening.
Welcome to NortheastWheelsEvents.com. I do the Pic-A-Day posts. I try to do these once a day sharing a pictorial history of the automobile through the decades. I do these for the sake of art, not as a money making venture. These are small copies of my large original fine art images as well as some wonderful historical images from long ago. I do not get paid for this although I do offer for sale prints of my original images. There are a few museums that ask that I not sell any images taken at their locations. I respect the wish of the owners of these wonderful autos so you will note some are not for sale. I include those images here as they add to the pictorial history. I try to add some interesting information about the images. The information posted is as accurate as I can make it. I try to post the source of my information however, I don’t claim to be an expert, only a lowly artist. I appreciate comments about the posts. I also welcome comments that might make the information I post more accurate. If you click on my picture on the blog it will take you to my page where you will find contact information. I hope that the Pic-A-Day can be used by many for reference. As time goes by the value of the Pic-A-Day posts will increase. As of this time, I have enough fine art images for several years completed, ready to post when I add the informative data. I try to post these in chronological order however I have many folders of hundreds of images I have yet to work on and from time to time will add earlier vehicles. Here is the direct link to Pic-A-Day posts:http://northeastwheelsevents.com/profiles/blog/list Or click on the link in the header. I hope you enjoy the historical presentation. Albert Mach
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