The Jalopy Journal
Sports Illustrated, Nov 8 1954[ATTACH]
Quail hunting in Texas, 1956. From Sports Illustrated magazine.[ATTACH]
All together now...[ATTACH]
This is the setup for the 1915 Auto Show at the Davenport Hotel in Spokane, according to The Old Motor: http://theoldmotor.com/?p=136621
Taylor, Texas 1956[ATTACH]
Google says Johnny Horton
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I call shotgun!
Cooke City, Montana, on the highway to Yellowstone Park. When I was 17, my History teacher owned the Ma Perkins Café across the street, and I...
Thanks, Tom. I'm glad the NDSRA is on top of it, and I am sending my application for membership today.
Awareness to legislation like this must be...
Senate Bill 2166 has come out of the Transportation Committee with a DO PASS recommendation. SB2166 essentially bans all vehicles from public...
I dunno, the burger joint and ice cream billboard in the background seem to lend some authenticity to picture. And the modern vehicle you see...
Very interesting! I had dismissed it as a Dodge without a second look.
Nice work! It looks a lot like mine, only better shape to start with.[ATTACH]
Hey, that's a Nauga!
Looks like a '50 Ford Crestliner with aftermarket fins tacked on.
The Corn Palace, Mitchell, SD.
Hassle? Seriously? Just click on the box next to the thread title and it takes you to the last post you looked at. This has been posted several...
I had that happen to me once, and the problem turned out to be the file size of the picture was too large. It may not be the case here, but when...
E-M-F was apparently acquired by Studebaker in 1912.
As evidenced by the ad below, the 49-51 Mercury wagons had a different door contour than the sedans, more a sweep than a dogleg. The wagon in this...
That is some fantastic work!
I dunno, I think I see fenders on it.
I like the C-cab tow truck pulling a rolled-over panel truck at 1:42.
Or you could simply zoom out using the drop down menu under "View" on your menu bar.:)
I completely forgot about the Civil Defense frequencies. I remember the 2 little symbols on the AM radio dial.
No doubt Southurn posted a lot of interesting pictures. I think at least some of them came from the Tumblr blog...
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