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Vintage shots from days gone by!

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    61 T-bird :
     

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    Nice seeing the photo of Ohio George's Willy's again.

    The car and the man were a legend back in the day.

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    Here is one of the one of the side covers.
     

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    gil 2.JPG
    I suspect the negative was printed backwards. Probably should look like this.
     
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    No now the truck lettering is backwards
     
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    Back in the day they would sometimes do strange things like run backwards but I have never seen it with midgets before, it was normally Hotrods or Stockcars..
     
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    Is that the (something*) plating special in that pic? (The right hand midget pic)

    *Cant remember the company name dammit!

    Edit: Found it! Southern California plating.

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    that too but Frank Kurtis's i thought
     
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    My Uncle was a front line Medic in Korea. He always talked about his favorite Jeep that he modified and covered so he could carry 2 stretchers. Ralph6.jpg
     
  20. I had a 47 Jeep with a military arctic top... it's amazing all modifications the soldiers did that were incorporated by the factories.
     
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    One of the best looking Merc convertibles ever built.

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  26. Any idea what track this is? Rootie?
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    Not exactly, but I would guess that it was in the Ind. Ohio area though. The cut down doors, like in the background car, was pretty typical in those parts. There were a bunch of ( short lived now long gone) tracks running roadsters post war all across the country back then.
     
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