This past summer I was eager to get out with my camera. My Leica M3 had seen a couple rolls of film, but they were around the house and nothing too special. At this time I was shooting some color and some black and white. It was around this time where I decided that my Leica would take only black and white film and my Nikon FM2 would only shoot color film.
Sometimes I like to drive around aimlessly and with my photo walks that was no different. I think I was headed towards the Mass Audubon in Worcester, but hopeful to find something nice along the way. It just so happened that as I was making my way there from Millbury I saw some vintage cars in a large lot. It looked like the beginning of a car show. I continued on because I passed it so quickly, but decided to turn around and check it out.
I still had a roll of black and white film in my camera which was awesome because I knew this would be a great way to get these vintage cars. It just made sense to me. But, about 10 photos in I realized that my roll was done and the only other roll of film I had with me was in color. I was not even close to being done so I changed out the film and continued on. I spoke with a few nice people there and even met a guy who owned one of the Smokey the Bandit cars (77 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am). He was so happy to talk about the car and show it to me. He even met Burt Reynolds at an old car show. Needless to say I took a bunch of photos.
After I left I found another car showing going on in Shrewsbury so I headed there. They had a lot more Oldsmobile cars there but it got a little crowded so I didn't stay long.
Looking back at these photos I'm quite pleased with them. For color film I used Kodak Gold 200 film.