All up in my grill…

Is this even said anymore? 🙂 With some of these vintage, historic and classic cars so much about their construction appears to be about fashion than function; at least to me.  Whatever the reason was for some of these grills they are amazing.  A few of them look like they could leave quite a dent or two in whatever they would come in contact with though!

(Click on a photo to view larger and to see what year and make it is – no years for the two Buick Eights though; sorry.)

 

FordA4230-Edit BuickXU9A4545-Edit copy 1939MGXU9A4257-Edit copy BuickXU9A4579-Edit copy 1937FordXU9A4476-Edit copy 55Jag4319-Edit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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29 Responses to All up in my grill…

  1. feralc4t says:

    Up in my grill – It was briefly popular in teen culture here about seven years ago. It does not appear to have re-surfaced since.

  2. Nandini says:

    They are really artistic and undoubtedly fascinating. I agree with you on the functioning of these cars, especially when compared with modern-day vehicles. Perhaps, it would still be fun to rent them for a day and go for a drive. 😉

    Great pics.

  3. Timothy Price says:

    You are a master griller! The The shiny Buick Eight with the fuzzy dice is perfect. It’s not a proper classic car without fuzzy dice.

  4. So classic….My Corolla would probably look a bit odd it I welded one of these babies on the front of it…but it’s fun to think about.

  5. Great photo, and, can I have the car!

  6. ChgoJohn says:

    A great collection, Teri. These grills all helped define the car. Just look at what today’s cars are missing!

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