Recently a set of images by Harold Corsini was featured here of a 1964 Plymouth “Sport Fury” photo shoot in the snow at a Pennsylvania ski resort. Today we are back with a set of his images taken for a US Steel advertisement. At a later time, Corsini also did a photo shoot for Alcoa containing an aluminum car hood, door, and fender along with an outline of a car with illustrations on it of aluminum parts used in its makeup.
This set of pictures, possibly taken on the West Coast, appears to contain new 1964 cars produced by Chrysler, Ford, American Motors, and GM along with a number of sea kayaks. Just like Corsini’s Plymouth photo shoot, the work involved with locating a site, staging the cars, boats, and models for these images was considerable.
Tell us what you find of interest in these photos courtesy of the University of Pittsburgh Library and identify the location if possible.