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Sunbeam Photograph - Sunbeams On A Sunbeam by DigiArt Diaries by Vicky B Fuller

Sunbeams On A Sunbeam is a photograph by DigiArt Diaries by Vicky B Fuller which was uploaded on July 17th, 2011.

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The Tiger was one of my all time fav's Bought a 67 brand new. It was $3,700 off the lot. Carroll Shelby developed this car right after the AC Cobra. He used a sledge hammer to bash in the firewall a bit to wedge in the 260 V8. I had to pull the motor to replace the back two sparkplugs.

Carroll Shelby had a lot of ingenuity! I'll bet you wouldn't get this car for that price today :o)

Wonderful idea...you can almost hide them...I may steal the idea!

Go ahead! That's what editing software is for, right?! Plus, it's better to not have a watermark or copyright mark plastered all over your work.

I was wondering how you got your logo on the car...or what it actually on the car?

Hi Paul. I use PSE9 for my editing software, and just type my logo onto all of my images. I just change the angle to fit the selection on the image.

Man, what I wouldn't give for one of those! Nice effect too.

Thanks Paul! The sun was so bright that day, that I needed to tone down the lighting. Makes it look like an old photo, especially with the earlier model cars.