And How! is a new regular feature in VeloceToday, just right for those stories which are too short or too little or news items that don’t qualify as full length articles.
Over the next few weeks VeloceToday will present photographs by Bob Temple, coming to us via the collection of Vintage Motorphoto’s Dale LaFollette.
The photos are remarkable in themselves, portraits of cars and events that shaped the sports car movement in the U.S. during the post war years which include the Bugatti La Royale convertible when owned by Chayne. But they were particularly interesting for us, for the photos brought together an equally remarkable set of VeloceToday Contributors who each had story behind some of the images.
Paul Wilson was writing a story about a one-off Alfa 2500 Pinin Farina for us; rare photos of exactly the same car were found in the collection.
Jim Sitz recalled and identified cars at a little known event at the South Bend Proving Grounds; only Jim could have identified the cars and drivers and used his extensive non-computer files to do so.
Eric Davison previously wrote of the Fiat 1100 Special of Paul Farago, and perhaps the most personal and poignant was the negatives that revealed Eric’s father next to his Jaguar SS100.