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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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    1. a veteran died today

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    Shor' needs smaller whls/tires in the front !!!!!![​IMG]
     
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    Be careful ladies! Those cars are unsafe.............at any speed!
     
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    1952 Chicagoan. The Chicagoan was an American automobile brand, which from 1952 to 1954 of the Triplex Industries Ltd. was built in Blue Island, Illinois. The two-seater convertible was based on the Willys Aero Lark and had a body made of fiberglass. The Chicagoan was available as a complete vehicle for $ 2500 or as a kit for $ 1,500.

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    This is 1941 winter. My dad Eddie Ostwick was 1939 Michigan midget champion. Right to left my dad, Dick Harroun, son of Ray Harroun, winner of the first Indianapolis 500 in 1911, Clarence Trout. They are installing a prototype engine in my dads car. It was designed and built by Ray Harroun for the US government for a special purpose. It is an 8 cylinder opposed design but runs on four (4) spark plugs. Only 2 were built. One to the US and this one. Had overheating problem. Pictures/info Dan Ostwick[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    I really love the picture posted on this thread. I especially like the recent photos of cars and trucks in the teens, twenties and early thirties. My biggest problem is that I cannot identify most of them. That, of course, is my problem and doesn't stop my enthusiasm for these early automobiles. Thanks to all of you that are posting these pictures.
     
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    Looks like the taxi company tried to cut cost with no chassis lubrication.
     
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  23. Any HAMBers identify this beauty for me? Thanks

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  24. I would love to see more details of the semaphore signal on this car.

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    That would be so cool to have today at a campsite.....
     
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    AWB great. I’ll bet it can pop a wheelie.
     
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    AWB.. another one
     
  28. Looks like a "truck" plate on that little Roadster at the drive in theatre. What does the license plate topper say?

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