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    I don't think so. The Buick (at least it looks like it could be a Buick) is definitely not a 56.
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    The Gaylord (whatever that is) would be ahead of its 56? time with quad headlights and fins.
     
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    I grabed it off a web site, and that's how they described it. I don't know?????
     
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    That first one is the Buick Y-Job. That was Harley Earl's baby that he did when he took over GM Styling in 1937.
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  5. Yes, and he used it as his daily driver for a few years, too.
     
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    The Gaylord looks like it might have a T-bird hiding under it. Look at the wheelbase, windshield and it doesn't look like it has a back seat.
     
  7. Gaylord is the perfect name for that car.
     
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    lmao!!
     
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    UHHHH...UH-oh.
     
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    Gay, yes where's the Lord??? LOL
     
  12. I did a search for "detroit". After looking past all the 1967 race riot pics, I found alot of cool stuff like this.

    What a kickass link! Thanks!
     

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    great site, thanks
     
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    Drive in gocery store.
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  26. never ending
     

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    I wonder how many people were in the trunks.
     
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    /\/\Bumpers upside down on that ford.
     
  29. stock car
     

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  30. Hot Rodders/Drag Racing Rage
    Hot-rodder Norm Grabowsky w. a friend, at the wheel of his chromed Ford roadster featuring a handsomely exposed Cadillac engine, which cost him $8,000 & five yrs. to build, as they sit, eating hamburgers fr. door tray while parked at drive-in restaurant.
    <TABLE id=ltable><TBODY><TR><TH>Location:</TH><TD>Sunland, CA, US</TD></TR><TR><TH>Date taken:</TH><TD>April 02, 1957</TD></TR><TR><TH>Photographer:</TH><TD>Ralph Crane</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
     

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