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VINTAGE SHOTS FROM DAYS GONE BY! (Part 2)

Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.

  1. MacTexas
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  2. now, that is a true hot rod.
    I believe that is the Trotter's dragster from Ohio.
     
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  4. It looks like the corner of Main Street, and Asylum Street
     
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  6. ramblin dan
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  7. I think that I was incorrect, it is the corner of Main Street, and Capitol Avenue.
     
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  10. tommyd
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  11. No, it is a Ford.
     
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  12. It appears to be the launching area. I was stationed in the radar control area.
     
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  13. EMD567
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    Puzzled, here. The one that they’re dropping the body on doesn’t have a steering column in place, that I can make out. The next one up, with the V8, has one laying across the back of the engine. I wonder when the column got installed. There couldn’t have been enough time between when they drop a body in place and when they had to handle the next one, could there?
     
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  14. Ricky Nelson in the Tony LaMesa deuce roadster.
     
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  15. My kind of thought.
     
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    Massilon Ohio ~
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    General Electric, locomotive wiring harness manufacturing ~
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  20. 4everblue
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    A lot different from the way they did it at the Olds Pontiac plant I worked at in the sixties. The fenders mounted along with the hood had to be a paint to work around, also, putting the wheels/tires on had to be harder too.
     
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    A short time later "Daddy took the T-Bird away."

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  22. Mart
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    Had to look at that first one a couple of times before I realised what was going on. Phew.
     
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