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VINTAGE SHOTS FROM DAYS GONE BY! (Part 2)

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

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    Gene Pastor in the '60's. (Pastor collection)[​IMG]
     
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    Although the car had been retired from its heyday since the '40's, some years later the Codner Special #99 Roadster would be brought out for an appearance on the Englewood oval carrying the American flag for a slow lap during the National Anthem.[​IMG]
     
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    John Pierce with a 1964 Modified main event win at Englewood Speedway. Don Maus owned this car and Pete Brandenburg did the lettering. Pete would paint a message on the little cartoon guy's t-shirt that would change from time to time. (Brandenburg coll.)[​IMG]
     
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    Theo Cheever at Speedway Park in Ft. Collins in 1951. (James Hill photo / Lou & Buzz Wendzel collection)[​IMG]
     
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    Drive through doesn't work for everybody.....:(
     
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    What do you think about the song, Yellow Submarine?


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  8. Seattle Worlds Fair Construction August 1961
    Space Needle in background
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