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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.

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  1. I believe that is a French Morane Saunier MS 35 (Type AR), one of the very first monoplanes to enter production. A two seat trainer that was built in (I think!) 1915.
    I had a friend that was obsessed with French WW I aircraft when we both volunteered at the Morrabbin Air Museum. If I wanted to or not I learned all about French aircraft!!:eek:

  2. Scarebird
    Joined: Sep 26, 2006
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    Alliance Vendor
    from ABQ, USA

    I stand informed.

    Let's hope the railroad or county then did drain the fluids first.
  3. mosconiac
    Joined: Nov 30, 2010
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    I've never seen a sign like & black. I can't read the script above the numbers either.

    As I understand it, Route 66 went south of Iowa, so that can't be THAT "66".

    Anyone familiar with that kind of sign?

  4. D.Conrad
    Joined: Jan 8, 2010
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    1. 1940 Ford

    That's Phillips Gasoline.
  5. b-bob
    Joined: Nov 4, 2008
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    That looks to be a Phillips 66 sign, service station.
  6. ooooo, I wanted to answer that one
  7. Novadude55
    Joined: Nov 10, 2009
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    from CA

    re: Phillips 66 sign
    "In 1927 the Phillips Petroleum Company of Bartlesville, Oklahoma named its gasoline Phillips 66, reflecting public excitement over construction of Route 66 through the company's production and retail territory. Three years later, the company adopted a logo resembling a U.S. highway shield for its service station signs and advertisements. "
    read more here:
  8. mosconiac
    Joined: Nov 30, 2010
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    Thanks for the clarification, guys.

    I suppose we all have our strengths & weaknesses. It's apparent where one of my weaknesses is...but I'll sleep fine tonight despite my ignorance of Phillips Petroleum Company's various marketing campaigns. :)
  9. Anybody notice the lack of seatbelts?
  10. [​IMG]

    I was wondering why the Iowa state line was before the river and the bridge, especially if that bridge is over the Mississippi.
  11. FalconMan
    Joined: Sep 9, 2008
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    from Minnesota

    Probably because they don't want people stopping on the bridge to take a photo of the sign .....
  12. Shots from history that made an impact:

    A beggar running beside King George's coach in London - 1920

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  13. Shots from history that made an impact:

    Car for sale during crash of 1929

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  14. Shots from history that made an impact:

    Iranian women before the Islamic Revolution - 1960

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  15. Thanks for adding a caption JG
  16. SwedishEinar
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    That's a really sad picture! (The wedding rings)

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  17. OKG853
    Joined: Oct 25, 2012
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    from Indiana

    Love this! Nice post. Was this taken from the Union Depot?
  18. I will buy that 1929 Chrysler '75' roadster for $100.00 right now!!
  19. jcmarz
    Joined: Jan 10, 2010
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    from Chino, Ca

    That photo shouldn't be here.
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  21. Hot LZ
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    Hot LZ

    Agree !
  22. My buddy Johnny's 57 Fairlane. He paid $550 for it to drive to high school.

    That was in the fall of 1962.

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  23. Rudebaker
    Joined: Sep 14, 2007
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    from Illinois

    This reminds me a LOT of the old bridge at Keokuk but the state line is mid-river there. I've been across all the Mississippi bridges from Illinois into Iowa many times. Could be the bridge from Prairie du Chien, Wi., there is a large island mid-river where they might post a sign like that but all the fencing and power poles seem out of place. I was only across that one 2 or 3 times back in the 60's, or it could be on the other side of the state on the Missouri or Big Sioux but it sure brings up memories of the Illinois approach at Keokuk.

  24. The_Stig
    Joined: Nov 30, 2012
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    No wonder they cover up those women there ;)
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  27. map
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    Cone Head...

  28. ttpete
    Joined: Mar 21, 2013
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    from SE MI

    Prince Ranier and Grace Kelly
  29. Here in western Canada we had Pacific 66.

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  30. jroberts
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    Clay Center, Kansas 1938

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