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

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  1. dad-bud
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    Here in Aust, we often refer to them as just Bottle-Shops, hence the Aussification to Bottlo
    Of course, most pubs here have Drive-In Bottle-Shops attached to them.
    Funny, drive-in banks never took off here, but bottle-shops.....?, you know it makes sense.
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  5. Post #92331...Model T about 1912-14, Buick about 1915, Saxon about 1915 and Model T about 1914.
     
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    My mother and father on his Indian...pic taken at 318 Egerton St. London Ontario 1954

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    very cool pictures I hope the lady standing next to the scenicruiser didn't get to close to anyone smoking, that boofant would go up like a roman candle! mike.
     
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    Place de Furstenberg Paris 1956
     
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    Cool shot ... fixed it up a bit for you.

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    Has anyone else noticed that we seem to have misplaced about 1600 pages in this thread? Oh well, at least we can still post and read stuff.
    Cheers.
     
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    1964 H. M. Striger Volvo Special
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    Seemed to be between 10.00 and 11.30 GMT on Monday. I thought I was having a senior moment at the time when I went from one page to the next and "lost" 1600 pages!!!
     
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  19. #92352 Highway scene: Any idea what all the commotion was? I'm guessing the opening of a new road or bridge.
     
  20. saw that it happened before.
     
  21. thunderplex
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    Is this a pic in New Orleans?
     

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  22. Early Rider Steve
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    What a great photo.
     
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    Thunderplex : Picture of the French Quarter, Cafe DeMonte in back round.
     
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    Thanks, ...I thought it looked familiar.
     
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    Information on this wreck:
    "The wrecks of two fire trucks that collided at Vandeventer and Easton avenues about 8:40 a.m. on June 9, 1952, killing three firefighters and injuring six. (Easton now is Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard.) Hook and ladder Number 9 was northbound on Vandeventer and Pumper Number 17 was westbound on Easton. Both were headed to a call at 4040 St. Ferdinand Avenue for what proved to be a minor fire in a vacant building. The wrecked trucks ended up on a service station lot on the northwest corner of the intersection. Killed were firefighters Bernard Crump, 29, Clarence H. Paschang, 25, and William H. Grady, 37."

    regards,Rod
     
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    I noted the change in page numbers last night. On the plus side, pictures have a way of coming back to be posted again, so all may not be gone. I guess I can stop worrying about trying to catch up to the thread; I just have to stay current.
     
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    Probably for exhibition runs on drag strips.
     
  30. MacTexas
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    Thank you. I wonder about the all metal wheels on the Model T, after market or factory original?
     
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