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  1. steel rebel
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    150th just off E14th st. San Leandro Ca. U.S.A. Or is it Mission there. Right across from Prings restaurant. No I think Mission started about the Coke bottling plant where we used to turn around while causing the strip. I graduated from Castlemont High School in '62. Never could afford a set of chrome rims from Pete Paulson.
    Gary

     
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  2. 55bird
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    Yep, it's still E 14th St. Building is still there.
     
  3. steel rebel
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    You know I still own my house in S.L. Washington Manor. I still go down there regularly. Maybe once a month. Last time I was down a few weeks ago Prings was half torn down. Kinda sad but time goes on. They had a great bakery probably through the '70s or later. As I remember Pete's shop was kinda set back. I'll have to get off 580 at 150th next time I come down and take a look.
    Where did you live bird?
    Gary
     
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    Screen Shot 2016-06-06 at 8.34.40 AM copy.jpg The wild West Middle of Kansas 1910 Horse and buggies
     
  6. 55bird
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    My family goes back generations in Hayward. I lived in SL on Juana near Bancroft, left 20 years ago when the shootings started.
     
  7. steel rebel
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    Yeah that's the outskirts of Oakland now. Still pretty safe closer to San Lorenzo. My house is close to the end of Hesperion witch now goes past the R.R. tracks and a new housing development and into he bird sanctuary. I wouldn't mind if I had to move back there.
     
  8. Cool little Maxwell roadster.
     
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  9. That may have been taken in late 1929, but that is a 1930 Chrysler. That "penon" design hood side louver setup was only on the very early 1930 Chrysler. Also, the headlamp buckets have a ridge on the top of the 1930 and the 1929 does not have those.
     
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    1912? Middle of Kansas
    Screen Shot 2016-06-05 at 11.53.46 PM copy.jpg
     
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  11. ^Another Maxwell. That one is a 1907.
     
  12. vettes2
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    11 MOTORCYCLES IN 1912 -A MAXWELL - A BUICK and caps lock off. A Moline is at far left?
    Middle of July- Middle of Kansas- Why I don't know? Maybe all Mail Carriers?
    Screen Shot 2016-06-06 at 12.03.50 AM copy.jpg
     
  13. Deepwater
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    Classy Lady!
     
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  14. Dave Mc
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    Santa Cruz,Ca. in the 60's Santa Cruz 60\'s.jpg
     
  15. vettes2
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    Round Rock , Tx 1930 I like the gas pumps too! Screen Shot 2016-06-06 at 6.56.33 PM copy.jpg
     
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    Michelin man
     
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  19. ah!
     
  20. spooler41
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    Deep water,great picture of the Vegas
    strip, I worked across the street at the
    Westward Ho from'82 till '86. That
    was a great time to be in Vegas, I
    loved it.

    ...........Jack
     
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