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VINTAGE SHOTS FROM DAYS GONE BY! (Part 2)

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  5. That '59 Pontiac makes for a comfortable, well equipped duck blind!
     
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    Ed Elisian in the Westwood Gauge and Tool KK4000 Offenhauser in Gasoline Alley during the Month of May in 1955[​IMG]
     
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    Iowa State Fairgrounds in 1939[​IMG]
     
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    the Lil'Stinker Harry Becktel car owner (Left), Bob Huebner driver (Center), Mickey Meyer Sr. mechanic (Right).... Harry bought the car from Hank Arnold and put the buick in it. 179914723_4102592399793349_8658057666420578596_n.jpg
     
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    Jerry Coons Sr about 1962[​IMG]
     
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    Gene Hartley in the John Zink #31 KK4000/Offenhauser at the 1954 Indianapolis [​IMG]
     
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    Guessing some type of fire response vehicle. pretty unique, any other thoughts ? [​IMG]
     
  13. 1941 Horch 853 Sportcabriolet, some auxiliary fire dept vehicle to deliver extra hoses

    Pompier Horch 853 AS12 Adhesives (1941) Prague,Czechoslovakia - BubbleMania


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    Horch 853 Sport Cabriolet 1941 is bought and amended in November 1945

    For wrestling team against fires in Brno, Czechoslovakia.

    This amazing model of vehicle fire was used by firefighters Brno, Czechoslovakia, in 1945 until the years 1960. The fire engine is built on a base Horch 853 Sports Cabriolet with many changes, the design and construction belonged to T.Lepil between 1945 and 1949.

    A. Horch & Co. was a German car manufacturer. The company is based in 1899 by August Horch in Cologne, then the factories and headquarters s & rsquo; installed in Zwickau in Saxony from 1904. This is the cult model Horch, 4-cylinder, the first equipped with a valve engine head that Stöss, lawyer in Zwickau won one of the most prestigious international races of the day. Horch played bad luck with a six-cylinder car and did not resist the strong pressure of the aspirations of the public to other sporting successes sensation. Intrigues and bickering undermining management and the board did the rest.

    After the departure of Horch, Seidel, responsible for manufacturing, et Heinrich Paulmann, technical director, Horch lived long on the legacy they had to grab. August Horch left the company then founded August Horch Automobil Werke not far away but he had no chance to direct a new business in its name. Almost two homonymous social reasons gives an idea of the harshness of the ensuing battle. Finally, following a formal notice of the Leipzig court, the new Horch company had to change its name.

    The word "horch" in German means "listen" which in Latin translates to "Audi". Since he could not use his name when he set up his second automobile company, August Horch therefore used the Latin translation of his name, thus was born the firm Audi Automobilwerke GmbH, which is now known as the Audi.

    The Mark. Horch & Co. officially disappeared 1956.
     
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    Darla was my first crush. I was about six.
     
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    When did you get to Annette?
     
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    Annette was later. We didn't get Micky Mouse Club til I was seven, if I recall.
     
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    Forget Annette her best friend Shelly Fabares was the hot one.
     
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    I am pretty sure the girl in the yellow top is someone I knew around 1972! She drove all of the guys crazy!
     
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    Budd made a bunch of self powered cars that did service around the country. They could go.pretty fast. There was a terrible derailment crash around 1956 involving Budd cars that ran service between San Diego & L.A. I recall the news coverage of the crash on TV when I was 12.
     
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