Through the years, Idaho-based photographer Peter Vincent and New York’s Rolling Bones have established themselves as some of the best in their fields. Vincent’s images mix traditional hot rods with the beauty of the American landscape, while the Rolling Bones are best known for their ability to transform early Fords into radical lakes-inspired machines. For the first time, the two have been combined into a new full-size book titled Rolling Bones.
Rolling Bones chronicles the cars built by Keith Cornell and the father and son team of Ken and Matt Schmidt. Vincent’s relationship with the group dates back to the early-2000s, and this book takes an inside look at their diehard rodding and racing efforts. From the Wildwood sands in New Jersey to the Bonneville salt, Vincent captures the essence of these unforgettable coupes, roadsters and sedans both in motion and at rest.
First and foremost, this is a photo book. Large format, heavy paper, high quality printing—the works. There isn’t a whole lot of text, but the writing that is included does an excellent job guiding the reader through the 220-plus pages of cross-country adventures. It’s a book you don’t want to miss.