Winston Goodfellow

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My love affair with the automobile was kindled in the mid-1970s when I was in high school. One day after basketball practice, a teammate called out, "You have to see this!" Parked next to the gym was a new Ferrari 365 GT/4 BB "Berlinetta Boxer" owned by a Saudi prince who attended a nearby college. A few weeks later I saw another prince’s Lamborghini Countach LP400, and I was hooked.

I spent most of the 1980s in the financial services industry, then changed careers in the early 1990s to become an award winning automotive writer and photographer. Today my photos and words are found in books and magazines around the world.

I am a Chief Class Judge at the renowned Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, a member of the Meguiar's "Collector Car Hobby Person of the Year" Selection Committee and a Seminar Leader with the Smithsonian Institution.

When I started my career as a writer and photographer, I thought I would specialize in what interested me—performance and collector cars, and their history. I soon found myself shooting and driving things that were fast and cool, and spending time with the people who created them. I was like a kid with his hand in a cookie jar.

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