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Vintage shots from days gone by!

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    GM built a recreation of the Pirate. It's been in the AACA musuem.
     
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    Where's the safety glasses????
     
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    Yes, thanks from me too, an excellent film.

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    The O/T Shelby in post 80602 is sitting in the Ed Martin Ford parking lot in Indy. I see other Shelbys and Mustangs as well. I can remember going there in 1970 with my brother to see the 69 428 CJ vert that Bob Glidden was just finishing up. Got to watch him do a couple of short shots with it in the side lot after closing.....glory days:rolleyes:
     

  11. She had style, and dare I say it, she had Grace too..... ;)
     
  12. This is the late Griff Borgeson in 1959 overseeing the return to the USA of the Packard Cable Special which had been purchased years before by Bugatti , around 1919.
    There were two such cars that returned. One of them ultimately made its way into the Smithsonian Institution.

    Griff wrote a number of books, two of them are:
    "The Golden Age of the American Racing Car" and
    "Miller" ;
    both excellent reading.

     
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    How about a really old Studebaker dealer.......

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    Pulaski, IL 1905

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    Orange, CA 1920


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    Nashville, IL 1890

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    Corner of Hohman ave and Russel Street, Hammond, IN
     
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    That makes at least three of you who identified the specifics of this obscure photo, another confirmation of the expertise on this site!
     
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    That's Twiggy, back when most girls were a bit more "Rubenesque", she started the trend to very thin tall models.
     
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    I think I went to school with her!
     
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    Troy, Kansas

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    Art Connely Barber Shop in Highland, Kansas.

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    Iowa, Sac and Fox Presbyterian Mission, Doniphan County, Kansas



    I visited this historic site a few years ago. It's a rather interesting historical building out in the middle of nowhere, run by the Kansas Historical Society.
     
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    A couple of autos from the 1900's in front of a rural church in Doniphan County, Kansas.
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    Missouri River paddleboat on the border between Missouri and Kansas near Nebraska.
     
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    Highland University, Highland, Kansas. Originally founded by the Presbyterian Church on the Sac-Fox Reservation as an educational institution for the tribe, it is now a public two year school.
     
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    Union Pacific depot in Highland, Kansas. The caption says between 1950 and 1960, but I think that Ford dates it a little closer to 1960 than 1950.

    All the above photos came from Kansas Memory.org.
     
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    Photo 1: The old Tamale stand on Whittier Blvd
    Photo 2: Greenleaf Ave, Uptown Whittier 1969
    Photo 3: The Sundown Drive-In at Washington and Lambert in Whittier.
    Photo 4: Whittier Blvd and Durfee 1930
     

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    Diane Arbus took a photo of her little brother! Gary

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