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VINTAGE SHOTS FROM DAYS GONE BY! (Part 2)

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

  1. HEMIDAV
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    How do you know they were gentlemen? they may have gone home to get ripped and beat their wives.

    And wearing a tie around rotating machinery is a really bad idea...
     
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  9. JD Miller
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    Yeah How do you know they are gentlemen? .....That is all the had to wear back then. No T shirts , ball caps, tennis shoes back then , and no millennial tight women jeans worn by men back then either...

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    Look closely into the picture, all ties are tucked in and not exposed, all of the craftsmen are working on the propellers by hand, no where in that picture do you see any rotating equipment ( grin ) and this was way before OSHA, plus no where in that picture is seen any electrical power tools!
    Now as to the character of each individual, I will leave that up to your fervent imagination !

    Be well, and do well.
    Dennis.

    bills wild youth.jpg
     
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    How long have you had this vision problem?
     
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    My first time to fly was in a TWA Lockheed super constellation out of San Francisco to tinker field in O.K.C. I was 7 yrs old in 1960, flying unaccompanied, I was allowed to go into the cockpit, and I got a real set of metal wings, and the seats were big and comfortable and there was real linen on the table when meals were served, 4 big Wright 3350 turbo compound radials, smoke and flames on the startup, I was hooked for life!
    Super connie out of SFO.jpg
     
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    That's Truman from the movie Fandango

     
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  17. I can't say for sure but I doubt it very much.
     
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    [​IMG]Tony Bettenhausen[​IMG][​IMG]Jimmy Boyd
     
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    Bobby Grim in Hector Honore black deuce [​IMG]Jimmy Knight, Booneville 1953[​IMG]Bobby Black, 1963 DuQuoin [​IMG]
     
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    abg.jpg Say cheese, just in case thousands of people will be looking at this picture of you seventy plus years from now...
     
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  22. Gotfredson truck, 1926
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  23. 912 S San Pedro, 1964
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    Fred Jones manufacturing was just a company name there was no actual person by that name involved. We used to do business with them a lot in the 70's.
     
  25. 41 GMC K-18
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    As a kid back in the late 60's and early 70's I used to work for Vern Wilhoite at E&H garage in Atwater California and also at Luds Auto parts as well. Saturday night at the races at the Merced fair grounds was a weekly event, Vern was a favorite there, he won a lot of races!
    vern wilhoite.jpg
     
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  28. Robert Stack before he was a actor in the Untouchables.

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