One of the by-products of the last ten years at MSCC is a large collection of file photos.
That’s why this month’s collection of Fallen Stars is based on photos from the 2007-10 era.
Some of these are gone—in fact, many have gone onto brighter futures as a new fridge but at least they were captured 7-10 years and they’ll live on forever in the digital world.
This was one of the first MSCC Fallen Stars pictures ever taken back in October 2007.
This IHC was another November 2007 shot
These 70s rides are long gone–this was in January 2008.
This old Chrysler was part of a larger collection back in April 2008 and it’s probably still there.
This car crop is gone now but it was intact back in February, 2009.
This car crop is alive and well but the pictures go back to September 2009.
This one’s gone–it was photographed in July 2010.
The T-bird was on a road trip back in August 2010.
This ’55 Chevy was part of a large and still intact car crop back in August 2010.
The VW van and Duster were in a car crop (now gone) back in August 2010.
These letter cars were at a September 2010 auction.
These old rides were at a wrecking yard back in September 2010.
This ’70 Charger was at an October 2010 swap meet.
This ’61 Dodge wagon was part of a very interesting car crop back in October 2010.
This old Chevy back in October 2010 is definitely gone, but not forgotten in 2017.
This ’63 Plymouth was shot back in October 2010–it’s definitely part of history now.
These old classics were part of a museum back in November 2010 so they may or may not be around 7 years later.
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