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Vintage shots from days gone by!

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

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  1. Heo2
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    I Think its the Chrysler Norseman and its on the bottom of the Atlantic
    Aboard the Andrea Doria that sunk after she colided with Stockholm
     
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    Those '49 Mercs sure looked good with the skirts and cinched-down on the trailer. Note that they don't have whitewalls.
     
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    I really appreciate the pictures you are sharing with us. They really touch my feelings for family.

    Cheers, JHTDON
     
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    That Chrysler Norseman.... The top design looks to be used for the Chargers starting in '66 on!
     
  5. Here's a few "Vintage Shots" from Canada. Note all the "records" painted on the side of the "Canadian Broadcasting Corp." wagon. What's a record?
     

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  6. Not sure where the "Wheat Growers Hotel" was. Anyone know? Found it, Kimball, Nebraska.
     

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  7. Here's some random shots from various locations.
     

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    I don't think that resembles a Willys at all. It looks like maybe '37 Plymouth :) I think that is a '41 Plymoth, not a Buick. This photo is apparently locked on photo bucket so I cant put it in this post Maybe I am looking at the wrong photo, but I don't think so.
     
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    Snow season is finally over.
     

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    Can't get enough of the pics in this thread. Thanks, all around.
     
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  20. The kid on right with the flat-top sure resembles Jan Berry.

     
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  23. Whoa hello looks like a Willys Aero or what was :(

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  24. This thread is running on premium now!
    Thanks to all involved
     
  25. Belchfire8
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    That tire / ferris wheel is surely the same one that stands beside I 94 by Detroit.
     

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  26. Yes, it is.
     
  27. You are correct......the car in the foreground is a 1941 Plymouth convertible and the other is a 1937 Plymouth coupe.
     
  28. skyfright
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    I think they are both Plymouth. The ragtop is a '41 and the coupe is about the same vintage or a little earlier.
    Ron
     
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    Ahhh! The 50's! Atlas Bucron tires and DDT.
     
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