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Vintage shots from days gone by!

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  1. El Caballo
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    I was living in Brisbane at the time, I was shocked at how devastating that quake was. I was only able to visit the north island in Aukland while over there. (hilly place it is)
     
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    Early photoshop - advertising "tough tires".
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  3. Drive this many times a week to come home.
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  4. No, it has to be "real". Photoshop didn't exist back then. ;)
     
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  5. Ghostcruiser
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    They probably just cut a second photograph like a silhouette, and placed it on top of the crater photo.

    Rob
     
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  6. hotrd32
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    The Trucks are cut out out and pasted on top of the Crater shot, on my computer at least, it's quite easy to see the cut edges. A common practice in the early days of photography.
     
  7. nightmoves
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    Rompers..... Made for the ladies, not men.

    Sent from my SM-G930V using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
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  8. seb fontana
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    Original Monster truck? Front axle looks to be in up side down and no front brakes..Maybe swamp buggy? Lol.[​IMG]
     
  9. pimping cars is nothing new. looks like the homey was bangin it looking for some howes. yeah.
     
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  10. wutnxt
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    Remember the Wigwam burner at New Era? We used to drive by there in the '60's to visit my Aunt/Uncle behind the Piggly Wiggly on 82nd Ave. I always liked the smell of the Wigwam.
     
  11. Rural mail delivery truck. There have been a few posted during the HAMB's life.
     
  12. canyonstreet2.jpg CrestonRexall1940.jpg Vintage Creston BC, Canada. BeansGarage.jpg
     

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  13. You guys ought to know me well enough by now that was being sarcastic about it being "real".
     
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