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  • Topic: How a game can preserve our love for muscle cars!
  • Started by RoosterGTO Mar 18, 2009 at 1:03 pm
  • Last post by Prerna Mar 19, 2009 at 12:46 am
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  1. #1 Mar 18, 2009 at 1:03 pm

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    How a game can preserve our love for muscle cars!

    Over the years, I've watched the number of visitors to
    our local car show in Scottsdale, Arizona get smaller and smaller.

    My mentors are there (well, most of them) and some guys still come
    out to tout their rides.

    But the sad fact is that lots of the guys that would help me with my cars
    are out of the game. They no longer work on cars or they say they're getting
    too old. I feel like years of expert technique is
    disappearing.

    So I've decided to try to breathe live back into the awesome world of muscle
    cars. I'm creating a trivia game based on muscle cars of the 60's and
    70's.

    I need your help. I'm looking for the best photo examples of each year's
    make and model from 1960-1979.

    Ideally you guys, the Motortopia forum folks, could send me an email with pictures of your rides. The best shots for the game are those that show the front and the
    back three quarter shots. 3inx5in or 4inx6in at 200 dpi would be great.

    I want a whole new generation of enthusiasts to discover our love for these
    cars!

    Please send your photos along with a permission note and how you
    would like credit on the game to

    David@ahcreative.com

    Thanks everyone,

    David
     

     

  2. #2 Mar 19, 2009 at 12:46 am

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    Originally posted by RoosterGTO  How a game can preserve our love for muscle cars!

    Over the years, I've watched the number of visitors to
    our local car show in Scottsdale, Arizona get smaller and smaller.

    My mentors are there (well, most of them) and some guys still come
    out to tout their rides.

    But the sad fact is that lots of the guys that would help me with my cars
    are out of the game. They no longer work on cars or they say they're getting
    too old. I feel like years of expert technique is
    disappearing.

    So I've decided to try to breathe live back into the awesome world of muscle
    cars. I'm creating a trivia game based on muscle cars of the 60's and
    70's.

    I need your help. I'm looking for the best photo examples of each year's
    make and model from 1960-1979.

    Ideally you guys, the Motortopia forum folks, could send me an email with pictures of your rides. The best shots for the game are those that show the front and the
    back three quarter shots. 3inx5in or 4inx6in at 200 dpi would be great.

    I want a whole new generation of enthusiasts to discover our love for these
    cars!

    Please send your photos along with a permission note and how you
    would like credit on the game to

    David@ahcreative.com

    Thanks everyone,

    David
    yutyutyu
     

     

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