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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. Thanks for the reply. I know the Dodge Charger wasn't his car, but from a friend/photographer.
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  2. El Caballo
    Joined: Mar 3, 2001
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    El Caballo

    I'm surprised Chevy did not do this, better looking than the Malibu variant later on.
  3. Rootie Kazoootie
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    Rootie Kazoootie
    from Colorado

  4. MacTexas
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    from DFW

  5. Steffen Jobst
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    Steffen Jobst

    I'm very often surprised, what manufactures did not did!
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  6. Launch assist for baby
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    jimmy six

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  9. waldo53
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    from ID

    I saw this pic on the Hwy 395 board awhile back. Seems like some disgruntled Owens Valley folk attempted to blow up the L.A. aquaduct somewhere around Independence, CA. Somehow the Feds got wind of it and stopped them. This was the perps tools of choice!!
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    JD Miller
    from Wildomar


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  11. Wawona Tunnel Tree in Mariposa Grove in Yosemite National Park
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  12. El Caballo
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    El Caballo

    AIR WAR IN KOREA. A fond farewell from his family, sends Capt. Johnnie Gosnell of Borger, Texas, off on another mission over Korea.
  13. indyrjc
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    from Indiana

    DDT insecticides were readily available but that wasn't all that hardware stores sold back then. Sticks of dynamite were available over the counter (at one point you did have to sign a ledger) to use for things like blowing stumps out. When I was a kid it seemed like every farmer had dynamite lying around in a barn somewhere. In the 1970s I remember being asked by a widow to remove some old sticks that her late husband had stored in their garage years ago. Looking back it's amazing just how open everything was decades ago without very much bad stuff ever happening.
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