Not quite the paparazzi photo you see today, but here is an early photo of baseball star Honus Wagner who played from 1897-1917 and was in the first class elected into the Hall of Fame in 1936. The car is an unknown (to me) 1911 or 1912 of considerable size.
Here’s an early Overland, 1911, I believe that was cut-down for racing. Notice the enthusiastic looks all around, especially the youngster behind the car. The license plate appears to be a 1916 Oregon.
US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Edward H. Risher, stationed in Wethersfield, England, started out with a Ford Anglia chassis when he decided to build a special. It features the following, wing tanks from a T-33 jet trainer, a cut Chevy hood, Austin Bantam wheels, and a rear window from a 1940s Ford for a windshield.
Two women with cheerful faces work on cleaning an E-Type 2+2 on the assembly line.
An August 16, 1962, press photo showing the clay model that Henry Ford II chose to be the new Mustang. Note the 1957 Thunderbird in the background.
A championship or sprint car is show being raised to enter an airplane so that it can be sent along on its way. The man with his back to the camera is wearing a Tuffy’s Racing Team jacket. Hopefully one of our viewers can fill in the details on the racing car.