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Mullins Red Cap utility trailer. Had one of these a real pain to back up. Short tongue
Looks like one kid has a steering wheel instead of bars. Never sen that before
That was an awesome video. Thanks. Are there any pics out there of the Phaeton?
Only the 2nd or 3rd time I’ve seen a Mullins Red Cap trailer in this thread
Wasn’t it for sale recently?
This is the age when I was little, I remember it in pieces.It's long,long gone.
EXACTLY...Brings back some memories and sadly, regrets
Always took the hubcaps off in the winter before I could afford to take my baby off the road in the winter.
Looks like Cobble Hill, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Probably know a few of these guys but memory fading
Jnaki...Love your posts. Keep them coming.
Thanks Jnaki.....Great Shot!!
I've been to San Francisco, just don't remember buildings being so tall and streets being so narrow. Must be the way the pic was taken.
Where is that??
That looks like the legislature bldgs in Victoria , B.C. The map of Vancouver Island gives it away.
I remember when the ads came out. "Pontiac Wide Trac" looked for ever to see one on the road. Thought they were only available in the U.S....
I've seen this chrome treatment on the front end of 37s and some 36s only in old pics. Was it an option you could purchase at the dealer? Any pics...
Right across the street from Vic High School
They make (at least used to) the best ice cream cones.
When was the rest of the hotel built?
Learned to drive in a brand new '61 Renault Daulphine(sp)
Looks like Yates and Douglas
Man you have a good memory. What street was this on or what is the name of the high rise. I'm going to have to check it out. I've lived in...
And as you grew older (taller), you would roll down the cuffs and use iron patches on the knees
That must have been across the Harbour from the hotel. Do you know what the wood structure was used for. In the early days there was a lot of...
Love those Rivs
Great shots of old Vic.....Thanks
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