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  1. Ester Eddie
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    I know ...I keep trying to explain that to my girlfriend :D
     
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    Some great old cover art, thanks to MagazineArt.org! :cool:

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    she was on rowan & martins "laugh in " with goldie hawn
     
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    Great January 1945 pulp fiction cover art, thanks to a keen site called Hidden Knowledge
    (MagazineArt.org). They love pop culture, so try and search them, if you have hours to spend!
     
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    Some classic Packard ads, thanks to MagazineArt.org. Amazingly (to me, anyway:eek:),
    in the second magazine ad, it's 1938! Yet Packard is already playing heavily on nostalgia!
    Awesome.;)

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    September 9, 1909, Life, the Humor Magazine


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    April 30, 1938 Collier's
     
  9. This was from a Twilight Zone show if I remember correctly.
     

  10. Looks like Judy Carne but the link shows Deborah Walley/
     
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    Deborah Walley was in on the first wave of '60s surf movies. She's
    shown here with her singing co-star, James Darren ("Goodbye, Cruel
    World!"), while heartthrob Michael Callan is "supporting player":D to
    Vicki Trickett in 1961's "Gidget Goes Hawaiian." Pic thanks to Holly-
    woodTeenMovies. BTW, Darren was the only actor to appear in all
    three of the original Gidget movies, playing surfer Moondoggie:cool:,
    Gidget's love interest. He played opposite Sandra Dee:eek: in 1959's
    "Gidget." Walley beat out 150 other actresses to play Gidget, fol-
    lowing Dee.
     
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    Deborah Walley in more "TeensPloitation," :rolleyes:
    thanks to 1966MyFavoriteYear.


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    For the Barbara Eden fans here! :p

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    Coppertone, 1964 ad posted to Tumblr by user HiDeeLee.
     
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    Pretty sure it's Deborah Walley. She had short hair in the early & mid-'60s. Goatboy may have thought of Jo Anney Worley because Walley and Worley have a similar ring. I couldn't find any mention of Deborah ever appearing as a guest on "Laugh In."
     
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    This has got to be Atlantic City, NJ. And I would hazzard to guess that it's during the Miss America peagent of 1950 or '51, judging by the Rambler that MM is riding in.
    The Breakers Hotel was still going strong in 1960 when my Pops bought a house in AC to use as income property and family beach house. Every year in the fall, September I believe, AC was invaded by a fleet of tripple white brand new Oldsmobile 98 convertibles. These were for use in the Miss America peagent, carrying the contestants down the boardwalk and into Convention Hall for the actual event itself. So they used at least 50 of the big white Oldsmobiles.
    I guess this pic was taken before Olds got the gig, if this is the Miss America deal, and if it is AC.
    And if you own a tripple white Olds 98 convertible from the '60s, you might have one of the Miss America fleet cars!
     
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    Lived close to this little roadside attraction. This was between Santa Barbara and Carpenteria, not far from Summerville.
     
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    Popular Aviation, June 1928, at a time before The Crash when the whole world was crazy optimistic overtechnology, particularly it involved wheels or wings! :cool: THANKS to [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Hidden
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    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]American, December 11, 1920, THANKS to [/FONT][FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Hidden History (MagazineArt.org).[/FONT]
     
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    looks alot like jill st. john
     
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    January 3, 1960, episode of "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" on TV. Actually, McQueen's second appearance on the anthology suspense show that season. Though he was near the end of "Wanted, Dead or Alive" on TV, the aggressive Steve wanted to move toward doing more movies. Co-starring with McQueen & Lorre was Steve's first wife, Neile.

    The script was based on a short story by Roald Dahl and revolved around a round of "chop poker" in which Lorre offers his Caddy convertible, if Steve can light his lighter 10 times in a row. If he can't, Peter gets to chop off one of McQueen's fingers! Ouch!:(
     
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    1956 Disney cartoon movie

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    1934 Rolls Royce Phantom, notice the Skinny White Walls.
     
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    Here's ours back then.
     

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    Thanks to an arrangement with The Henry Ford Museum, The Old Motor will will be bringing you photos from the collection showing Ford Motor Company and other early automobiles in the factory, on the road and in the repair shop.

    The 1934 Ford V-8 photo (above) gives you an idea of the quality, but we also have T's & V-8's in a post on The Old Motor and all of these and the earlier Henry Ford Photos are linked together to make it easy to find them.
     
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