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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Roof top parking of the NY-NJ Port Authority Bus Terminal. 8th Ave and 40th St.
The bounty hunter 66 Chevelle is being restored back to original 375 hp 396 car by a buddy of mine in Ohio. Another Ohio buddy is building a replica of the as raced version from a car he picked up in my boneyard. You have any more pictures of the car?
Clark and Wrightwood, looking Southeast in Chicago. I lived a block south of here for about 7 years. If you've ever heard of the infamous "Weiner Circle" of Chicago (Youtube it) this picture is taken from the building right next to it.
is this pic off the 101 near the Cal Trans Current office?
Love the Niagara pictures. Some of the Western NY cars like CC Rider, Jimmy Oddy, The Maggot, Rumble Guts and Zakia & Clarke ran at Cayuga Dragway (Kohler) also.
Is this picture of CC Rider from Cayuga or Niagara?
I can't make out the state on the plate. Was this a Western NY car? If so do you know the model year? I know it is a 1953-5 but appears to have some modifications. Title says Diane's brothers band, do you know any of the history here?
Is this perhaps on the way to Woodstock?
Picture was found on the Niagara Dragstrip Tribute Face Book page
No info on pic.
Pictures are from the Niagara Dragstrip Face book page
Did he get a ticket for having his wipers incorrectly parked?
Nice van. Is it known?
Is that top chopped?
We'll help you decide. Share some more pictures, start a thread?
A little internet search came up with this.
From the blog of May 17, 2010
Comments about the photograph:
This is one of my brother’s bands. It is not the one I was thinking about when I wrote the above but the one he was in a year later. My brother Dave Brown –the guitar player and Lynn Whitehall – the bass player – got married in August 1965 after her June graduation from high school. He graduated in 1964.
In my brother’s words: "This picture was taken in 1965 at 26th Ave. S.W. and Roxbury (West Seattle/White Center) in the MarketTime Store parking lot."
The car is a 1954(?) 55 Vett. Dick is on baritone sax, Tom on piano, Lynn on bass, Curt on tenor sax and his Corvette, and Dave Brown on Guitar. "The Sierras" (MarketTime was an early or alternative name for Fred Meyer,)
1938 Comet on autocar chassis
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