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Vintage shots from days gone by!

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  1. Deuce Daddy Don
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    Time to get in the garage!
     

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  3. Doc Hubler
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    The opening scene from this movie has a very rare 1933 Hudson Major Eight which crashes into a bulding.

     
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    Misfire post in wrong thread. Not vintage.
     
  5. D.R.Smith
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    those snow pictures , just reminded me why I moved from upstate N.Y. to Ga
     
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    St. Mary's Kansas.

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    US 24 near Belvue, Kansas.
     
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    Obviously a Republican. William Avery was a GOP congressman from Wakefield, Kansas who also served as the Kansas governor.
     
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    Found these old racing shots from the Iowa state Fairgrounds in Des Moines.
    Plus a real old racing poster
     

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    Wonder how the diff. and half shafts coped with that little lot!
     
  11. Vintage Edmonton Alberta, Canada.
     

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    Renault Alpine-Gordini M64. 1964 Le Mans 24 Hours Endurance race.
    Gentleman drivers H. Morrogh and R. de la Geneste came close to eat 4,000 kms winning the 1,150cc class and the Efficiency Index prize, using merely 13.1 l /100 kms.
    The tiny streamlined car came home 17th OA, between a Ferrari 250 LM and AC-Cobra.
     
  13. Edmonton.
     

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  21. A nice Corvair coupe like that would make me smile too. Only thing I would like more is a black Spyder version.
     
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    I saw this car match race Mickey's other red Mustang driven by Pat Foster at Carlsbad raceway in 69..Danny won 2 out of 3.
     
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    who is this ....???
     
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    and this ....???
     
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