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    Interesting, thanks for early movie footage, history will live-on.:):)
     
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  3. This Pearl Harbor Day, remember these men and their sacrifice but also remember their legacy is one of action and awareness. Know where you stand and back it up with knowledge.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" /><o:p></o:p>
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    1951 Jaguar, now in England, customized in Maryland, then we think California since it was shipped to the UK from San Francisco. June '57 Rod Builder & Customizer had a two page article comparing it with a home built fiberglas look alike special by Bill Scott, Newton Square, PA. The current owner is buying the magazine from me and seeks info on the car prior to 1988.
     

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    Studebakers of the Valdez Transportation Compnay in Keyston Canyon 1929
     
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    The Valdez Transportation Company's fleet of Studebakers crosses the Bear Creek suspension bridge on the Richardson Highway. 1929

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    If anyone knows where I could find more information on the Top Hat Altered Coupe in this post, Please let me know.
    Glenn








     
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    This looks like golfing great Bobby Jones.
     
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    I dont see how people sell photos on ebay ,, :confused::eek::p:D:cool:
     
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    These mini mansions are fascinating in some respects. Consider the placement of two rooms that flank the entrance. One is called the parlor, and immediately on arrival, the female guests are ushered into that one. The other is called the "drawing room", where the men withdraw to discus the business of the moment, smoke cigars and possibly enjoy a little nip from the well stocked spirits cabinet. If you proceed further into the house it's likely you will encounter next the imposing stairway. The entrance to the dining room will be alongside the stairs, most likely. From then on arrangements vary. After the feast the owners will invite everyone back the parlor, perhaps to enjoy some organ or piano music and an after supper aperitif.
    That, folks was high living in the horse and buggy days and later with the first horseless carriages.
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  15. ^That looks like the house in L.A. where the movie "Ben" was filmed.
     
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    Golfer -yes. Bobby Jones - no.



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    • Famous golfer Gene Sarazen and his wife with company president Alvan Macauley, Sr. at the Packard offices in Detroit."
    From here: http://theoldmotor.com/?p=104964


    The picture was posted here on this thread previously 14th Feburary 2013 also.

    regards,Rod
     
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    The gt40 prototypes were built 2 years before the Muira. The gt40 was really modeled after the Lola T-70.
     

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    Ford GT 70, only a few made and never went into production, used on some rallies in France in 1970, 1971.

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