1929 Ford Butter Scorch Orange

Jack Pumphrey

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1929 Ford Butter Scorch Orange Photograph

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Las Cruces, NM - United States

Thanks, Kevin. I'll be making a slight change to it, stay tuned, Jack

San Antonio, TX - United States

Awsome pic!!! thats my nephew joseph muenchs' car. I love your art work

Jack Pumphrey replied:

At Joseph's suggestion, I tilted the picture so the car was in a straighter position.. Glad you like my art, Jack

Las Cruces, NM - United States

Photographed at the 13th annual Kiwanis Kars for Kids car show in Las Cruces, NM on June 16th,'12

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