Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Buy A Cool Tee Shirt

You can now purchase a cool tee shirt through my website: Thom Zehrfeld Artist Website. When you order a shirt and, walk around in it, more than likely you will be the only one with that design on your shirt. How cool is that?

I have put a dozen examples of tee shirts below starting with a 1927 Ford Model T. I posted only classic cars and hot rods. However, I have hundreds of varied designs on my Pixel.com website for you to check out.

These are quality tees starting at $23.00. Order one, don't like it...there is a 30 day money back guarantee. See my Pixels.com site for details.

There is a link under each tee shirt. You can pick from different colors, style and size. Don't like cars! Remember there are many different designs to choose from.

27 Ford Model T (Link) This cool 27 Ford Model T is getting ready for a car show. It's kind of sitting all by itself on the street. Nobody is really paying any attention to it but, you have to believe it's ready to rumble!

ReBull T-Bucket (Link) "Rebull The Hot Rod" is just begging to race, whoever, whatever wants to race!

Old Ford Truck (Link) This old Ford truck was captured in a field in Tillamook, Oregon. It hasn't moved for years! The exposure to the weather has pretty much ran it's course. There is something about old trucks that intrigue us. Maybe, it's because they differ so much in design than the trucks produced today that basically all look alike.

Red Bell (Link) Why drive one of those cars that look like everyone else's when you can have this? Why settle for the mundane? So, lets climb into the "Red Bell" and motor on down the road!

Ford Edsel Ranger (Link) This is an old, I believe 1958 Ford Edsel Ranger...not a very popular car when it was manufactured. Now days it is extremely popular if you can find one! This one was found on a farm in Molalla,Oregon. Three different exposures were taken of the Edsel, processed through special software and converted to High Dynamic Range Photography (HDR) which brings out more dynamics in a photo...closer to what the eyes perceive.

Red Ford(Link) This is just a beautiful hot rod sitting on a side street! Actually, it might be more accurate to say an antique car that has been restored to original condition.

The Harley (Link)This is a gorgeous and classic Harley Davidson captured during a car show! It had been restored to perfection. Every part of it! The photo was processed through High Dynamic Range Photography (HDR). This simply means three different exposures...darker, lighter and spot on are taken of the same image and, combined in special software to bring out all the dynamics of any given subject.

1938 Packard (Link) This is a vintage 1938 Packard photographed at a Concours d'elegance! Every square inch of this beautiful Packard has been restored to perfection. Packard basically went out of business because they took the time to make an excellent product.

49 Chevy Pickup (Link) This is an old 1949 Chevy Truck sitting at a vintage Flying A Service Station! The pickup is absolutely pristine...very much like the exterior and interior of the station. Inside is lots of memorabilia featuring a simpler time!

38 Ford Coupe (Link) This is a  beautiful 39 Ford Coupe that has been restored to perfection!  This series of Fords were produced from 1937 to 1940. Most were equipped with V8s that produced about 60 horse power.
34 Chevy (Link) Check out this cool 1934 Chevy Sedan! Scoot down the road with class! This is a real head turner unlike today's cars that all look alike. The paint on this car is absolutely gorgeous!
57 Buick (Link) Are we ready to go down the road with this cool old 57 Buick Coupe? Strapped on is a matching canoe...how neat is that? Bring a picnic lunch!

A link to check out my Pixel.com photography:  Thom Zehrfeld Pixel.Com  It can be purchased in a variety of print formats, greeting cards and, custom phone cases! 
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