Mustang Photo Shoot

Merry Christmas to all! Now that holidays have come I can share a photo shoot that I did a few months back without spoiling a surprise since these photos ended up as part of a photobook for my father, Ken Stroh, who helped me build my ’67 Mustang into what it is today.

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Early on an October morning I set out in my camera to try and capture the car in some interesting locales. Not that I have any inkling that I can approach the talent of the Speedhunters, StanceWorks, Petrolicious, or Depth of Speed guys I wanted to do something a little different.

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The shop was quiet, soon to have one less car in it.

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Slipping out the gate and over the railroad tracks.

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Green light!

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East of Downtown or “EaDo” is a developing area of Houston which is the new artsy area of town. It’s very much undeveloped at the moment and led exactly the industrial background that I wanted.

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The area had lots of great places to shoot. I don’t know why brick buildings and cars look so great, but they do!

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Running out of creativity I headed back to the shop and took some time to capture some details.

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The Deluxe Interior that I recently had put together provided lots of details…

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Coupled with a few modern touches, I’m extremely happy with how the interior is turning out!

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Moderately flared fenders front and rear along with the “fake” vents lend some serious character to a classic like this!

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Hood turn signals turned to hood vents…

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With the many different Mustang option packages over the various years you have tons of choice in picking out details.

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Back in the shop. Not the most successful of shoots, but it’s a learning process, isn’t it?

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