Growing up in the Southern California introduced Brian Greenberg to all sorts of car cultures, but he recalls being hooked on cars in general from the age of 16.
“I have been a fan of drag racing forever,” said Greenberg. “I hit a few car shows now and then, drive out to Malibu on a Sunday, into the mountains on my motorcycle, or head over to Super Car Sunday. We are really lucky here in So Cal that we have lots of options almost year ’round. There might have even been some street racing involvement here and there along the way, but I can’t confirm that.”
Greenberg is interestingly the owner of Richard Photo Lab which is a print and film lab for professional photographers and the photo enthusiasts. “I have been in this industry for about 20 years and we are one of the largest film processors in the world. We work with customers all over the world,” he explained. So when we approached him for a photo shoot, he had a pretty good idea of what we were looking for.
After owning a number of cars over the years—among them a really nice 64 ½ fastback Mustang and even a ’64 Fairlane wagon, (Greenberg has a thing for 1964). However, this time through he wanted to build something different and fast…. Read more of this article. Just click on the digital feature below this introduction.
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