Cerbera Best Pic

Cerbera Best Pic

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BritishTvr450

40 posts

1 month

Friday 17th May
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Both of those last pictures show how utterly perfect the proportions of that car are. The window shut line curve meeting up with the gloriously feminine body line and the windscreen and roof sweeping back in almost one fluid motion. It’s a glorious bit of drawing come to life.

These Tvr shapes and the Cerbera in at least one case I know of helped to direct some people’s lives.
A head mechanic in his late twenties I know of who works on high end sportscars once told me the picture of a Cerbera on his bedroom wall as a kid is why he dreamed and then fell in love with cars.
I only got to know him because I wore a Tvr cap.
A great highly trained intelligent kid,,, obviously biggrin
A bit of grease is a good sign if the cars ready for summer and serviced up to its gills. Probably chip fat from the mechanics lunch biggrin
Crack on lads and more pics as it’s summer smile






WIL35

532 posts

212 months

Friday 17th May
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Juddder said:
My car has finally found it's missing sibling smile

Yes I agree on the boot - I went and checked and it is definitely shut - think mine has always looked like that but awesome detailing on yours cool

Edited by Juddder on Thursday 16th May 23:22
You clearly have good taste smile. I sometimes think the colour of mine looks a bit flat, but when it's clean and with the sun out it looks much better.

I found changing the alternator an ok job. Managed to maneuver it out through the aircon pump space by undoing the fuel rail bolts about 5mm, which just gave it enough space cool

Byker28i

61,608 posts

219 months

Friday 17th May
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LucyP said:
Best pic?

The lighting is terrible. The location is drab. The passenger window glass is dirty and either the boot isn't closed fully or it doesn't fit properly.
LucyP who's never owned a TVR...provides their expertise again

dark eh, poor lighting, boot don't fit (was open slightly)




Edited by Byker28i on Friday 17th May 15:13

notaping

278 posts

73 months

Friday 17th May
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Byker28i - Love it. The moodiest shot of Cerb - ever.

This was also a moody day, but all good art has a splash of red in it smile


Still Mulling

12,686 posts

179 months

Friday 17th May
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Oooh, I do like a good colour-splash photo smile

Byker28i

61,608 posts

219 months

Monday 20th May
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Part of a moody set I did once, playing with lighting






Which finished with playing with multiple exposures to get this

Byker28i

61,608 posts

219 months

Monday 20th May
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notaping said:
Byker28i - Love it. The moodiest shot of Cerb - ever.

This was also a moody day, but all good art has a splash of red in it smile

Nice - something about a washed out background sets off the red

Byker28i

61,608 posts

219 months

Monday 20th May
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But then if you want lights...



All old shots I've no doubt shared before

Billy_Rosewood

3,140 posts

166 months

Monday 20th May
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A heavily processed version of an old shot, but I do like it!


notaping

278 posts

73 months

Monday 20th May
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Blue on the red page - hmmm!

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WIL35

532 posts

212 months

Monday 20th May
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notaping said:
Blue on the red page - hmmm!

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rofl that happened on the previous page too

Robscim

806 posts

258 months

Monday 20th May
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We need more Blue!!!

getmecoat

(I may be biased!

Great pictures though, despite the wrong colour!! hehe

Rob

Billy_Rosewood

3,140 posts

166 months

Monday 20th May
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To be fair I can dig I to the archive for pics of my old red one to keep the theme going biggrin


Byker28i

61,608 posts

219 months

Tuesday 21st May
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Sleeping beauty


caduceus

6,074 posts

268 months

Saturday 1st June
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Juddder said:
Waiting for the summer... (*and a new alternator to be fitted by me wink)

Love this pic.

Andrea7

32 posts

4 months

Sunday 9th June
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