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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. 29 years for me but I still have to be careful about it.
    DJ
     
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  4. That's what first caught my eye when I saw the photo.
     
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  6. JD Miller
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    What's the story?
     
  7. "Luke, I am your father!". Great shot!

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  8. Cool Henry J, but looks like a stocker to me.

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  10. 41 C28
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    This photo was made down the street from me. My buddy worked there.
     
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  11. solo2r
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    Is this an add for Chevrolet parts? Is'nt that a Ford Tri-motor plane?!!


     
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  12. Watching "Tarantula" on AMC!
    Besides Matt's cool Ford (pictured here) what strikes me is the lack of people! The California desert (Desert Rock) is relatively unpopulated, deserted and undeveloped. The US population was only about 169 million, HALF of what it is now! Giant spiders notwithstanding, the desert is so beautiful. No F'n casino's, motels, power lines, 4 lane highways, freeways, billboards....mostly.....nothing.This is the best thing about days gone by...the lack of shit that people have polluted the earth with! Small town America still existed! It was DARK at night! AND, the thing we will NEVER get back. Peace, quiet and not too many damn people! Unspoiled and BEAUTIFUL AMERICA.
    AAAAAAHHHHHHHRRRRRRRRGGGGHHHH! LOOOK OUT!

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    Just another Ford with a Chevy inside.
     
  14. Girls getting ready for the Portland Rose Festival Parade ~ 1957
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  15. The Rose Parade? Where the heck are they?I can't place that bridge anywhere near the Rose Parade route! Matter of fact I can't place it anywhere in Portland proper. ???????
     
  16. Maybe they're waiting for a shuttle into Portland? - that's what the caption said on the photo, posted by the now grown up girl on the left. She said it was a drizzly parade and the dye ran on their costumes.
     
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  17. Somewhere in Eastern-ish Oregon.
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  18. solo2r
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    The first Tucker engine was an enormous 589 cubic inch unit and was situated crosswise on the overhang between the two independently sprung rear wheels.



     
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