Rust of the West
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At first I thought this was a Nomad.
I thought all two-door Chevy wagons from the fifties were Nomads.
I knew this was a '58 because of the tail lights. However, when I went to look it up, it turned out that for 1958, the Nomad was only available as a four-door! Quel mystere!
On the same page (first link above), I discovered the Yeoman, which was available as a two-door for 1958.
However, the wagon in this picture does not have a C-pillar, which is the last roof support before the back of the car.
The windshield supports are the "A" pillars, the rear of the front door the "B", etc. Quel Grand mystere!
Shadows are fascinating.
They are the surreal punctuation of reality.
The ever-changing underscore to every object under the sun.
Shot on a recent trip to California, found sitting by a curb somewhere in Hermosa Beach during an early morning bike ride.
It's easy to forget how nearly tropical Southern California can be, especially near the coast.
Unfortunately, this is not good for old cars, that salt air eats them alive.
Hang in there, old Bird! At least you're still on the street and not in a junkyard somewhere.