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  1. Muttley
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    Charlie with his tangerine orange Merc. Bell Gardens, California 1952.

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  2. Muttley
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    Uncle Bob's Chopped/Channelled '32. Bell Gardens, California 1953. After this was sold off my Dad and Grandfather saw it a a used car dealer one day. The salesman told my Grandpa he could take it since it was still in his name. My dad who was about 13 at the time begged him but Grandpa refused. Considering how tight my Grandpa was with money this is almost impossible to believe. I'm surprised he didn't at least take it to sell it off. I've heard about this car for years but never saw pictures until my Aunt sent me these:

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  3. Muttley
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    Uncle Bob's '39. This car had more custom work done to it than you can shake a stick at.

    Written on the back of the picture:


    "This is the way the car looked when I got it except fot the bumpers. It had '47 Ford bumpers. I changed it to '40 Lincoln. It had a chopped hood but it was all dented."

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    From the back of the photo:

    "Lowered the front fenders about five inches after this was taken."


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    From the back of the photo:

    "Since this was taken I straightend the bumper up and put a '49 Chevy guard on the license."


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    From the back of the photo:

    "Radiused front fenders, trimmed bottoms and rolled them under."


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    Thats my Grandmother sitting in front of the car.

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    Uncle Bob with the car:

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  4. Muttley
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    My Uncle Doug's 'Vette. Westminster, California 1970.

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    Uncle Charlie's T. New Carlisle, Ohio 1970.

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  6. image.jpeg Not a car, but here's one of my Uncle on his Cushman. This was before he got his license, so he rode this everywhere.
     
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    I don't think so Pete shadow play...
     
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  8. Gene & Ruth Cromer on a new 1950 Harley-Davidson. HRP

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  9. deucetruck
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    My Mom with a Chrysler Town & Country, about 1950.
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    Father-in-law with Chevy sedan.
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  11. deucetruck
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    Model T and wife's Grandparents out for a Sunday drive! Model T and family.jpg
     
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  12. My great uncle Don Weyle crewed for Sam Craft from Denver N.Y.
    Sam ran a A.A.A. big car (Indy car) Model B engine with RaJo head.

    Uncle Don Weyl clowning around in the car
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    My father Willard Palmer building his first late model-
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    The chassis for the second late model-
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  13. My dad riding shotgun in a Hudson roadster 1927.
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    yes, Teds used vehicles L.L.C.. sales were brisk that day, lots of foot traffic, took the trike on a trade, low miles, one small dent....actually i don't remember but i like the picture.
     
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    1. Connecticut HAMB'ers

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  18. My DAD and his 47 knuckle head H.D. 002.jpg
     
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  19. Love this thread!



    Dad's (far right) '50 in about '84? That's me on the left.

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    This is how it sat for the last 20 years or so.
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    And now.
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  20. Another of the Triumph...

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    Mom in the '49...

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    Second one 2 years before they married!

    Mom with dad's 30-06 and his '53

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    ...this one dad carried in his wallet...

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    Me at 6 months with grandpa's '54 in the drive...

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    Somebody help me on this one...

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    I think this was a '66 Galaxy...

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    Heck, I was building r@t r*ds before the fad...

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  21. I was bad and I knew it in 1965!!!

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  22. I like the one of your mom on the hood of the 53 chevy with the rifle. This was one of my dates , she has my double barrel shot gun, that I kept on the package tray of my 38. lol
     

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  23. I'll play:

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    Dad and his Coupe
    (circa 1958)

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    Mom & Dad with his Mild Custom '55 Plymouth Belvedere More-Door
    (circa 1959)

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    Me (age 2) "driving" the Coupe
    (circa 1963)

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    The whole family with the Coupe & 25th GNRS awards
    (circa 1973 )

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    Me & my siblings with the Coupe
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  24. My Great Aunt Thelma (My dad's aunt), My grandfather under a car (My dad's father), and My Great grandfather. 13680952_10207636177916620_2425823353721650775_n.jpg 12190965_10205941844359340_8200178928986841650_n.jpg 11224567_10205827402658369_3424803021643271662_n.jpg
     
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  25. This is my uncle, Alvin Funkhouser, with his 54 Ford. 008.jpg
     
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  26. Dad's '36 roadster in 1937.

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  27. Dad and Mom stopped at Garden of the God's on their way to California towing his home made midget behind his '39 convertible, 1939. They never went back to Nebraska.

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  28. Dad and his brand new '41 convertible in Los Angeles, 1941.

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  29. The same '41, 4 month's later with a chopped genuine Carson top, and a re paint.

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  30. Stogy
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    It amazing how many of you not only grew up around hotrods and customs...you were born into it...to cool...I salute you all ;) and even cooler a good many of you have hung on to those memories...good on you...All stocker stuff in my younger years nuttin fancy I definitely missed out on a few things for sure...thanks for sharing.
     

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