Captivating Photo Collection: Supermodels Posing Next to Iconic American Classic Cars

The term ‘recipe for success’ is one we hear a little too often, but you know that when you combine rare U.S. cars with hot German babes the result is going to be one to savor.

Hamburg-based photographer Carlos Kella has done a superb job with this 2012 calendar that any red-blooded male would love to have hanging on their wall.

Being a weekly calendar owners can enjoy 52 striking photos of rare celebrated cars from the 40s to the 70s artistically shot with smoking-hot European models.

Capturing erotic curves in sheet metal, nylon and lederhosen is clearly an art form and we salute the photographer on this sterling achievement.

Limited to just 2,000 copies and priced at 29.90 Euros this is one Christmas present we would love to receive early.

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