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VINTAGE SHOTS FROM DAYS GONE BY! (Part 2)

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

  1. Lowe as in Studebaker "Lowe boy" designed by Raymond Loewy.
    All in good humor, as I believe your comment was.

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    You got me on that one. I never heard of such a thing.
     
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    Your kidding around ....right?
    Lol

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    Raymond Loewy's design team (primarily designer Bob Bourke) was responsible for the designing and styling of the 1953 Studebaker and Avanti.
    Some other notable works of his include , there are many more that are not listed,
    Coca-cola's fountain dispenser
    Greyhounds Scenicruiser bus and logo
    NASA interior for skylab and the Apollo Program
    The Studebaker Commander and Avanti
    Air Force One Livery
    Just to name a few.
    Just saying....
    Also the Pennsylvania Railroad's Steam Engine that he is standing on. 15822019817011623453626829311613.jpeg 15822024174088852733848500402365.jpeg 15822024851765663303143788377690.jpeg

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    First photo shows the Central Excavating dirt car at Indianapolis in 1964. Cliff Griffith was the driver and while he ran halfway decent during Practice the car was too far out of date. IIRC, the car had a left side external fuel tank to help with weight distribution on a paved oval.

    And could that be Stirling Moss on the racing type riding mower in the second photo?

    Thanks, Rootie.
     
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    It is Moss, back in the 60s, at Brands Hatch, they put on goofy stunts for the drivers to participate in. Here's G. Hill racing a bathtub.

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    Ted Bacon a very good and well liked Oklahoma driver, His grandson now drives midgets and sprint cars and does very well in them. racing pics for the HAMB 2019 048.JPG
     
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    Who is this cab-over-engine person and why is he wasting pixels?
     
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    I think maybe someone is reading the title wrong...it's "Vintage shots of days gone by" (part 2) ........
    Not "Vintage Snatch Shots Of Days Gone By"(part 2)
    Not that Im against that sort of thing ...its just kind of a brain overload...not used too seeing that many at one time on this thread maybe....?
    I know that there's the Linda Vaughn thread and the trophy girl thread...but is there a "Traditional Pin-up Girl" thread"?

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    Yes, Loewy was one of the most famous industrial designers of all time.
     
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    If the girlie shots are still there note the misspelling of Betty Brosmer's name.
     
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    The photo that has inspired many a sport coupe build.
     

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