This is a shot of a 1935 Duesenberg. The car is one of about 200 classic cars in the collection on display at the Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan. What caught my eye about this car was the way the chrome tubes went through the fenders. I had never noticed that before.
The car was white, but I converted the image to black & white and then added some toning. I also cropped a bit from the top and bottom, but that's about it.
This was my first visit to the Gilmore museum but I expect to return. They are very friendly and relaxed toward photography and photographers. They have a great collection of cars in a terrific setting. Highly recommended if you like cars and are in the Battle Creek/Kalamazoo area.
I replaced the original with a 'poster' version. I wanted to experiment with different display treatments. I also used an untoned black & white. I decided I liked the whiter look. I also left in the red color which was in the center of the spare tire holder. Basically I created a layer mask for my black & white conversion and let the red from the wheel show through.