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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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    Wow seeing the old Money Ward ad for rebuilt engines sure brings back the old memories!

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  5. Hey Jimbo17
    Where I live it was MONKEY Wards!!!
    My Mom worked in the Kingston store 14 years
    until the day it closed up!
     
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    Note: This odd Corvair motor was designed for military use with magneto and 24 volt generator. It is fully restored and on display at the Buffalo Transportation museum.
     
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    His friends asked Bill Jenkins why he had a Corvair? His reply was "When I take it to the airport I always know it will be there when I get back".LOL 61215079_365784174066685_8149864048054239232_n.jpg
     
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    As a kid 50's, with my parents we would take a ride downtown (Milwaukee Wi.) to see all the Christmas decorations on Wisconsin ave. , then cruise up on Lake Dr. the wealthy area, huge homes well decorated , lights etc.. That was not a common thing back then, not many decorated outside like now. Another good/happy memory this AM on the HAMB, Thanks !
     
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    I really enjoyed seeing the Brass Era cars with all the "high tech" innovations like acetylene lighting. Only saw a few of these in person on the street when I was very young. Thanks for posting them.
     
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