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    In OR the sanders were standard on the school busses, later they used a small rotateing shaft with chains that could be lowered to the ground which would go under the tires and give the effect of chains.

    The old brain just kicked in I remember JCW selling the sander for cars, would have a bag in the trunck and tubes down under the wheels
     
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    Brawl atop a telephone pole, LUCKY STAR (Frank Borzage, 1929)
     
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    Cary Grant, Sally Eilers, Hal Roach & Elizabeth Jenns English
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    Sally Eilers & Lee Patrick in CONDEMNED WOMEN (Lew Landers, 1938)
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    1928 - Actresses at Mary Pickford’s Tea Party

    Back row, Alice Day, June Collyer, Dorothy Gulliver, Gwen Lee, Molly O’Day, and Sally Eilers. Front row, Sue Carol, Lina Basquette, Mary Pickford, Lupe Velez, Flora Bramley, and Ann Christy.
     
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    Sorry guys for continuing to flog this horse, but my dad tells me stories of doing burnouts in his 396 Beaumont (Canuck Chevelle) in the spring before the studded snows came off, shooting sparks down the street!
     
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    Alrighty, computer problems prevented me from getting back sooner
    and eating my words:p about Gardner using Continentals. They were
    LYCOMING:cool:, all the way from 1920 through 1932 (when they built a
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    Before the fall. Elegant '29 Gardner roadster, powered by Lycoming. The high-end
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    1930 Gardner front-wheel-drive sedan prototype. I'll have to find a front quarter view
    showing the novel (for '30) grille treatment.
     
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    Well, THAT sure brings the picture into better focus. THANKS. At the time, my Dad worked at a township garage and some of the hardest, longest duty they did was in the winter.

    Yup, and he just posted some new vintage material a couple weeks back.
     
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    I met Jeannie C. last year at Ernest Tubbs Music store in Nashville. That's either a "G" chord, or "this is what I thinking"
     
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    I had wheel sanders on my Tractor (horse) they looked like jerry cans. Had to put real fine sand in them or the motors jam up. never had to use them for wheel traction but one time loading an excavator it started to snow , had to use the sand on the low bed to load it as it kept sliding off the ramps.
     
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    I fully agree that she strikes the right chord, whether it's a "G" or any other kind.
     
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    GFK, you're genius! I learn something new every day I log on here. Sure would have been nice to have had this computer when I was a kid. Tom S. in Tn.
     
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    you can also use your wheel on the mouse to do the same thing
     
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    They still use studded tires here in Pennsylvania
     
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    We used to fly UH1s off the coast at Vung Tau shooting sharks before the beaches opened at the R&R Center
     
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