Theo-Graphics photographed this beautiful 1970 Buick Gran Sport Stage 1 just a few months ago. It looked absolutely gorgeous in Diplomat blue over Ivory leather. You can seem more information on the car at its auction listing page on Mecum. We are excited to see that Buick USA has shared images of the 1970 GS across their social media platforms today, so if that’s what brought you here -welcome! Please have a look around at the other amazing vehicles we’ve had the opportunity to photograph.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything automotive, but that isn’t to say that I haven’t been shooting! With the wedding season hitting its peak this spring/summer, I had neglected to post any automotive work that I’d finished up. I have a bunch backlogged now, so get ready for lots of automotive content coming in the next few weeks!
First up is a trip to Crave Luxury Auto to cover 8 vehicles that are going to be sold at auction by Mecum. Seeing cars like a 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB is quite a sight, let along seeing two in the same spot! It was a long, extremely hot day of shooting, the only respite being a broken $5 umbrella that I found in my car to shield myself from the unrelenting triple digit heat.
This particular model GT350 is known as the “Holy Grail” of all Hertz Shelby’s, and for good reason. This early production 1966 Shelby GT350H has the earliest serial number of any GT350H with known whereabouts.
A second unique aspect of the early White cars is the absence of the “H” in the sill stripes. Through the magic of time, it is now a virtual certainty that the White cars all received the standard “GT350” stripes, as there has never been any photographic or other documentation of any White car originally finished with GT350H stripes. Even though it has long been rumored that H-stripe kits were available, none have ever surfaced.