The Jalopy Journal
A link to the Shorpy page. There are quite a lot of very sharp Christopher Helin photos there, all taken back in the day - late teens/early twenties.
I was intrigued by this one so posted it on the aaca forum.
Someone knew and posted a link.
US forces in France 1961-68....
The car was a 1929 Packard. The truck? Maybe a GMC??
Not earlier than 1928 by the cars.
It is not earlier than June 1964 when the new black plates first came out.
Taken in Oamaru, New Zealand, not earlier than June of 1964, when that style of licence plate was issued.
The c 24 litre 1905 Darracq V8. Restored and running today. Look for it on you tube.
The truck is a Grabowsky Power Wagon, built by the Grabowsky Brothers in Detroit. They had initially set up the Rapid Motor Vehicle Company but...
Another one flipped - [ATTACH]
That is a very long Packard.
A late teens REO.
A Riley. Possibly a 1912 12/18 hp.
Looks more like a trailer hitch - so that it can be towed behind a car. There is a folded windshield there as well.
Off topic reply but the photo reminded me of something. In your steam loco photo, the train looks to be a heavily loaded freight so probably not...
LaSalle and Buick - same body.
The car might be a Mercedes - seriously expensive at the time.
They went THAT way.
Nice photo, attractive woman, and a Honda CB 750 first introduced in mid 1969. Fifty years ago as it happens.
1935 Nash Ambassador.
Two BRM V16s (#5 and #6) at Goodwood in 1954. Froilan Gonzales at the wheel of #5.
The car is a Chandler. A distinctive feature of the Chandler is that rear window in the top was the same shape as the radiator badge. Behind it is...
1928 Graham-Paige, the only year they used that style of hood louvres. Hard to say from this angle which model but maybe 619 or 629?
The vehicle make written on the radiator is Lacre, which sounds French but is actually an English make. Lacre is short for Long Acre, the area of...
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