DID YOU EVER DREAM ABOUT having your car featured in a magazine ? Or, maybe even better than that: on a magazine cover ? !
Street Rodder, Rod & Custom, Ol' Skool Rodz, Kustoms Illustrated, Car Kulture DeLuxe, Rodder's Journal, etc., always have pages full of great looking professional, as well as home-built, cars in every Issue, BUT how do they get in there ?
Well, my old friend, JERRY WEESNER, nationally-known Editor/Writer/Photographer, knows a great photo-op when he sees it and shares some tips on what you should know to help make your dream come true, AND, what the magazine Pros' look for when they shoot features !
This is one Interview that's packed with a lot of info...so don't miss a word of it, and pass it on to a friend ! JK
(Above left and right: The Alexander Brothers-Built '56 Chevy, "The Golden Chariot", now owned by Lou Calasibetta. Jerry talks about it in this story)
(Above left: Richard Zocci's '56 Chrysler; Above right: Wayne Godsey's T-Bucket)
(Above left: Bob Lovely's '51 Chevy; Above right: George Poteet's '40 Ford Pick-Up)
(Above left: Richard Ratty's Doug Thompson-Built '46 Packard; Above left: Buzz Owen's '51 Chevy)
(Above left: Gary Chopit's "Beatnik"; Todd Varble's '37 Ford Phantom Coupe)
NOTE: All of the cars shown on this page have been used as "Feature Cars" in various publications. JK
["Golden Chariot" Photos Courtesy of Rik Hoving's great car site. Check-it out, you won't be disappointed ! ] http://members.fotki.com/Rikster/