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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
YA she is not traditional!!! The EVIL BITCH is a traitor!
Well that burned up the better part of a page, like the man said, lets get back to vintage iron and rubber.
Dads 27 Dodge
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The picture has been pulled. It was her in her "barbarella out fit at the top of page 4200
Thanks, thought my eyes were going!-MIKE
not a W196, but it is 1952, and suggests Engelbert was as possible as Conti' ...
Thank you for this rare shot of 300SL Proto chassis. Indeed: German "Conti" or Belgian "Englebert" shod the 300SL, according to the customer demand.
"TOO FUNNY".....Comfort First !!
I love this thread, I hate to say it but I guess I qualify as Vintage now.
1. My first shoe box.
2. My first indoor car show with my first 32 Ford.
3. My Dad, who got me started in my life love of cars.
Could you imagine what the tabloids would be saying today with a picture like this? I wonder how they felt about the skinny look back when it was taken.
I believe it's at the corner of Jerhico Turnpike and route 110 in Huntington, NY. I took a picture of the place in 1972 when I got a new SLR camara. I have been looking for the picture but there are 1000's to go through and in no particular order. This give me the incentive to persue it further.
Actually, it's a 1928 or 1929 Dodge Victory Six.
He always called it his 27 dodge convertible
He used to work summers delivering the San Francisco Call Bulletin
. He took the door off the driver side to make hopping out easier. Also in have the title somewhere
That says 27.
No offense but I'm betting on the guy that owned the car
More than likely, the car was sold/titled in 1927 which then folks would refer to as a 1927. Look up photos of a 1927 Dodge roadster. You will not find one that looks like your Dad's "1927". The 1927 looked nothing like that. Don't mean to be argumentative, but I do know my Dodges. If you notice the curve of the rear fender where it meets the running board, you will see a real difference.....here are the 1927 Dodge roadsters...., but hey....you can believe whatever your Dad told you.
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