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    I'm thinking they could use Admiral Byrd's Antarctic explorer on the east coast about now...........
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    Is that a Jordan Playboy? The E & J headlights are worth more than those guys paid for the whole car!
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    The caption was Idaho Ski Bums not the vehicle, but, I agree the Edmund and Jones' would/should be the main focus today. :)
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    It looks like it is a 1933 Auburn cabriolet or convertible.....

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    Item 8942 zoom [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] <!-- start /templates/photosite/display_for_sale.shtml -->Purchase a reproduction of this item on VintageMaineImages.com.
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    "Sitting behind the Portland Company foundry, this Caterpillar "60" has a 10-ton Sargent snowplow with side wing plows on each side. Here we can see how extensive the pulley system is to raise the plows."--Fletcher, David H. 'The Portland Company 1846-1982.' Charleston, S.C. : Arcadia Pub., 2002. 113.
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    Item 8914 zoom [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] <!-- start /templates/photosite/display_for_sale.shtml -->Purchase a reproduction of this item on VintageMaineImages.com.
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    "The FWD truck, with the engine under the seat, gave the operator better front visibility when plowing heavy snows. The Four Wheel Drive Auto Company (FWD) of Clintonville, Wisconsin, built these early trucks that had Sargent plows mounted on them." --Fletcher, David H. ' The Portland Company 1846-1982.' Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia Pub., 2002. 110.
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    Here's a pretty interesting drag racing video. It starts off with some nice shots from the 60s, but what's really cool is when the video slows down to 1000 frames per second of a dragster right after launch, you can really see the wheels spinning a lot faster than the car is moving and you can see each cylinder firing and helping clean off the tire as it does so.

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