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  1. jimmy six
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    Damn......where has this been?
     
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  2. 4tl8ford
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    Somewhere in South America - Argentina and Brazil had in country Ford plants and came up with some weird stuff
     
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  3. DDDenny
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    (Possibly) a 1934 military issue Chevrolet "station wagon", the predecessor to the first Chevrolet Suburban.

    Found this from Wikipedia
    Prior to this first generation Suburban, Chevrolet offered a station wagon body, built on the 1/2 ton truck frame. This model was specifically built for National Guard units and Civilian Conservation Corps units. Much of the body was constructed from wood, and could seat up to eight occupants.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrolet_Suburban

     
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    My Dad, two of my uncles and an unidentified Ford Pick up, my best guess is this pic was taken on the way to Tule Lake, CF on goose hunting trip.
    My Dad rigged up a line from the Roadliner's water tank to spray on the Merc's radiator when the going got tough!
     
  6. Masterton, New Zealand, 1954. Donald's Presses. Made wool presses for baling wool. Probably one on every sheep farm in NZ at the time. Donald Wool press factory Masteron 1954.jpg
     
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  7. The Manawatu Gorge road in the North Island of New Zealand has always been plagued by slips (landslides). Currently (June 2017) it is closed again after another one. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manawatu_Gorge The last pic is a recent view of the location of the third one.
    Manawatu Gorge 60s queue.jpg Manawatu Gorge early 60s queue.jpg Manawatu Gorge late 60s.jpg Manawatu Gorge recent.jpg
     
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  8. The service car was common sight in New Zealand in the year before and after WW2. Many were built on extended Cadillac car frames but these are on International trucks. International service car 1950s maybe.jpg International service car 1950s side view.jpg International service car maybe pre WW2.jpg
     
  9. The late Burt Munro on his much modified 1920 Indian Scout on the start line of a race at Oreti B each, Southland, New Zealand, probably around 1950. Oreti Beach Burt Monro.jpg
     
  10. Auckland, New Zealand, early 1960s Quay St Akl 6 August 1961 Hiroshima Day.jpg Akl Greys Ave  1964.jpg Akl Kelston Boys High School 1960.jpg Akl produce markets 1963.jpg
     
  11. A couple of logging trucks. The first an International shot about 1954, with a kauri trunk. The second is on the Paekakariki Hill road north of Wellington, probably just before WW2.Anyone able to identify the truck? Kauri on an International c 1954.jpg Log truck Paekakariki Hill Rd.jpg
     
  12. New Zealand police car late 1950s. Police car pre 61.jpg
     
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  13. Wakefield Street, Wellington, New Zealand, 1955. Aulsebrooks made biscuits (cookies), His Masters Voice record players (phonographs). Wakefield St Wgtn 1955.jpg
     
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  14. Willis St, Wellington, New Zealand 1957. Willis St Wgtn 1957..jpg
     
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  17. Rootie Kazoootie
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  18. MacTexas
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    Cybil ! :)
     
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    1952 Borgward Hansa 1400 for the German GP - very interesting, also very beautiful aluminium body
     
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    More from Dragway 42 West Salem Ohio

    Note the human line lock

    Human line lock.JPG

    Jegs automotive

    Jegs Automotive.JPG

    Layton Pospichel Racing enterprises

    LaytonPospichel55ChevyDg1970Dragway42photobyToddWingerter.jpg

    Little Terror II


    Little Terror and stock.JPG


    Mid Park Chrysler Plymouth

    Mid Park Chrysler Plymouth and stock.JPG

    again with livery

    Mid Park Chrysler plymouth.JPG
     
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  23. Supposedly Clint Eastwood
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    Al Bergler

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    Ary & Kisler

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    At's A Nice at Rockford Dragway BYRON ILL. Anybody know if that is the same Byron as the meltdown?

    At's A Nice Rockford dragway Byron Ill.JPG

    Benny Osborn

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    Big Daddy (not Garlits) from Memphis

    Big Daddy from Memphis.JPG
     
  25. Lebowski
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    You think this video is bad? There used to be a monthly magazine called "California Highway Patrolman" which had a few photos in it of the worst wrecks in the state that month. Most were fatals and nothing was left to the imagination as far as dead bodies were concerned so the pics were obviously extremely graphic....
     
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