1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302
These are some pretty decent (sarcasm) drawings of some pretty decent (more sarcasm) cars of the 20th Century. They’re done by a man in the UK named Adam Brightmore and they’re so accurate that one can easily mistake them for black & white photographs at times.
The artist obviously has some great taste in cars as you can see looking above. Mustang Boss, E30 M3, GT40, Mustang Fastback, Corvette Stingray, and last but definitely not least, a 250 GTO.
I’d venture to guess there’s more than 500 hours invested in these drawings, and yes, I mean invested quite literally.
Best at Bay
"Alright, let’s take our best vehicles and put them in the basement so no one can see them" must have been the words of the people who (poorly) executed Ford’s booth at the NYIAS this year.
Their upstairs booth looked like a half-assed dealership floor with cars you could just step outside and see any time of day.
If you haven’t done so yet and you’re planning on going to the show, don’t bother going to their main booth, go straight downstairs if you want to see something actually worthy of an auto show.
A Boss 302 in the classic “School Bus Yellow” and another in “Gotta have it Green” paint, a Shelby GT500 in “Grabber Blue,” a few F-150 Raptors one which had the body elevated off the chassis for display, and the new Flex were the highlights of the downstairs Ford booth.
I have no clue why they didn’t at least have the Boss 302 upstairs. Stupid, stupid people.