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One car one shadow #bwmood #bwshot #blackandwhite #summerday

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@rexile1862

What is that one thing you do everyday you wish you didn’t ?

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Nu Formation KCP Kayu Tangi Squad.. . . . . . . . . #bw #bnw #bwmood #bmpdkalsel #bankersday

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@eben_azhar

Since 1998 Lawas kada bedapat, sekali bedapat kada lawas.. . . . . . . . . . #bw #bwmood #bnw #bmpdkalsel

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@dvdvaldivia

"Living in the past It's difficult to hide Some things will never last When you're swallowing your pride Wake me when it's over" • • • #wakemewhenitsover #thecranberries #intheend #bnw #bw #blackandwhitephotography #monochrome #blancoynegro #bnw_captures #blancoynegrofoto #blackandwhitephoto #ruins #photooftheday #noir #instablackandwhite #monochromatic #monocromo #insta_bw #bwmood #monotone #lumixgx80

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@rie_daisies

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@eb_classic_car_photog

Wolseley 15/50 🎩🎩🎩 Monochrome Style (196) 🎬 … ========================= (1958, Wolseley 15/50 ... One of the fantastic “classic club cars” – the owner is a very well respected part of the classic car community throughout many years and also a member of the “CHGP Team” at the Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix 2019. The short story – extracts: The evolution of the much loved 4/44 into the 15/50 is easily explained.  BMC’s stated policy was one of rationalisation and low volume production engines like the Nuffield XP were on their way out having powered such legends as the MG YB and TF as well as the 4/44 which was the last to go. The 15/50 was produced in June 1956, effectively as a lower powered version of the MG Magnette ZA.  It boasted a 50hp version of the venerable ‘B’ series engine and minor detail changes such as drooping chrome side flashes and twin foglamps (instead of one) distinguishied the car from its predecessor.  It had the same gearbox, with floor as opposed to column change, but the facia layout was unaltered. The only change to the 15/50 during its production run was the option of the ‘manumatic; two pedal control transmission, but this proved unpopular and was deleted prior to the end of the model’s production run. The car offered useful improvements over its forerunner, 0-100 came up in 24.3 seconds (as opposed to 30), fuel consumption was down by 1.3 km/l and top speed went up from 117 to 125 km/h. Despite these improvements, however, the 15/50 was not a great seller, with many exciting new models coming onto the market at the same time and only 12,352 cars rolled off the Cowley production line before it was discontinued in December 1958 in favour of the new up to the minute “PininFarina” models. Disclaimer: All photos are taken by me, being an official accredited photographer/journalist at the CHGP19. I can’t guarantee the period originality of the car in my photos)

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@eb_classic_car_photog

Wolseley 15/50 🎩🎩🎩 Monochrome Style (195+195a) 🎬 ========================= (1958, Wolseley 15/50 ... One of the fantastic “classic club cars” – the owner is a very well respected part of the classic car community throughout many years and also a member of the “CHGP Team” at the Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix 2019. The short story – extracts: The evolution of the much loved 4/44 into the 15/50 is easily explained.  BMC’s stated policy was one of rationalisation and low volume production engines like the Nuffield XP were on their way out having powered such legends as the MG YB and TF as well as the 4/44 which was the last to go. The 15/50 was produced in June 1956, effectively as a lower powered version of the MG Magnette ZA.  It boasted a 50hp version of the venerable ‘B’ series engine and minor detail changes such as drooping chrome side flashes and twin foglamps (instead of one) distinguishied the car from its predecessor.  It had the same gearbox, with floor as opposed to column change, but the facia layout was unaltered. The only change to the 15/50 during its production run was the option of the ‘manumatic; two pedal control transmission, but this proved unpopular and was deleted prior to the end of the model’s production run. The car offered useful improvements over its forerunner, 0-100 came up in 24.3 seconds (as opposed to 30), fuel consumption was down by 1.3 km/l and top speed went up from 117 to 125 km/h. Despite these improvements, however, the 15/50 was not a great seller, with many exciting new models coming onto the market at the same time and only 12,352 cars rolled off the Cowley production line before it was discontinued in December 1958 in favour of the new up to the minute “PininFarina” models. Disclaimer: All photos are taken by me, being an official accredited photographer/journalist at the CHGP19. I can’t guarantee the period originality of the car in my photos)

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@jilcern

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