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A bit too new perhaps to mention here, but I found a pair of mid 70's vintage 15X10 Cragar Super Tricks for my bracket car. I've been looking for...
My experience has always been the complete opposite. And this year didn't seem to be any exception. Lots of non automotive stuff (quads, off...
Well put me on the list for a shirt if you do end up doing another run. I'd love to have one! Probably not going to make it out there on Friday...
We've always referred to the meet as the "Swamp Meet" for that very same reason. I've been going since 1974 (was a vendor for 25 years) and can...
68 Hurst/Olds :eek:
Yes, I understand what you (and the others) are getting at. I understand your point of view, but keep in mind, the Wallys that we bracket racers...
Wow - just like everything else in life, the progression of the PWD has taken the cars to a much higher level of sophistication since I...
Speaking of awards, I think this comment deserves the Arrogant Comment of the Month award. Please your highness, allow us measly low life bracket...
I guess I'm not too up on what the newer cars are using, but I thought silicone was often used in place of gaskets on newer engines. As for...
Thanks for posting some cool NW pics Gary. :cool: However, I'd say these are from Seattle rather than Woodburn.
Me too. Not much into bikes or "biker chicks", but yes, very hot indeed!
Some really cool ones here :cool:
While this one is kinda weak by comparison, I found it in my grandparents garage as we were preparing to tear...
Your guess was close - Bridal Veil Falls is just up the hwy. Here's a recent shot I took from the top of Multnomah Falls:
The old Modified Production class was soooooo cool. Far, FAR more cool than the throttle stopped Super Gas yawners of today
Thanks! Very pretty lady
Who is she?
My mother in 1959 with her and dad's Bianchina
Gotta be another from Ntl Lampoon lol
This area looks very different today - I'll try to get a current shot for a then and now comparison.
Thanks - I was almost wondering if it wasn't another photochop - like the JJ Corvette.
They must have built at least a few of them. While I don't remember it, I recently ran across these shots of one used by a popular local radio...
I agree - some really neat shots
Built in 1905 for the Lewis & Clark Exposition held in Portland, the Forestry Building was the world's largest log cabin. It was 206 feet long,...
I would call the gold used on 64-67 330's as more of a greenish gold than a bright yellow gold. Are you trying to determine if you have a 330?
Same intersection - looking west
The Bomber gas station in Milwaukie, OR. The B-17 is still there, but the last time I went past, the whole nose section was (still) off.
Lloyd Center in Portland. When built in 1960, it was the largest shopping center in the country.
That would be correct:
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