WOW, what a week it has been on the blog! All of you newer members have been posting some really great stuff which has really aided in taking this place to the next level. The large amount of note-worthy posts has been hard to keep up with but I am doing my best and having a blast! This week I am going to really try to limit what I share to keep this a reasonable length so it will be more of a focus on "The best of the best of the best…SIR!" Without further delay I will start.

The photo above comes from atfsgeoff and is simply my most favorite photo of the week. Apparently he was doing some work in his basement and brought the Cherokee along to do some wheeling. This is not his first awesome picture he has posted but I am getting the feeling that he is a Jeep fan because of his picture below!

The next post I wanted to feature is in regards to building scale settings for photographing specific subjects. This is something I would love to see but would have to take some serious time to construct in able to get results like below!

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These could pass for full scale Corvettes which is amazing. Be sure to check out the full post HERE which includes a link to the creator's information.

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Philippilihp had a very informative post on the varying types of surfaces on which to photograph your chosen model. It turns out that the roof of a vintage Mini Cooper is an excellent spot to take some great shots! See the entire list HERE!

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The next post is a big one and is the return of the TRAVELING TORCHBUG! This thing has been on hiatus for a while but is back in the spotlight and looking great. This time the small scale Bug joined some badass vintage full scale cars! Be sure to check the full post from COTY HERE! I can't wait to see where it goes next!

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In other current news, voting is up for the October Photography Contest so be sure to follow the LINK and pick your favorite! All fantastic shots! Voting ends Friday so hurry!

In a very elegant post (because Bugatti) Edu-petrolhead did a review of a 1938 Bugatti 57SC for French Friday. This model is STUNNING and the pictures definitely do it justice! Check out the full post HERE!

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TE71Xin brought the gold again this week with multiple posts this time with a Mopar Monday spotlight of Don Prudhomme's Army Snak Cuda Funny Car as well as a full showcase of a Tomica Toyota Celica! Be sure to take a look at both posts!!!!

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Rocky Clock took a very cool shot of two custom cars going head-to-head in a drag race!

Sanjay Madhev took some killer pictures in his feature of some Tomica Lexus LFA models in varying colors. It is a very cool post that you must take a look at HERE!

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In the final post I want to share, Sir Cr-z took a bunch of pictures of random cars from his collection. A simple idea that was well-executed with some excellent and fun shots like the one below. Be sure take a look HERE!

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That is all for this week. I know I have left some stuff out but there is so much to choose from I have to limit it down!

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As always, last week HERE!