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Vintage shots from days gone by!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. P.G. County, MD. Kinda rural in '52. It was home to the former Beltsville Speedway as well as the former Laurel Speedway, and the famed Dorsey Speedway was only a couple miles outside of the county. Now, It's one of the richest counties in the nation and congested as can be.
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  2. Pauljrestomod97
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    Took me 5 years to get here and read/watch/look at all of this. Just amazing!
  3. lanny haas
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    lanny haas
    from Phoenix AZ

    Buddy Taylor
  4. IMG_1880.JPG Which way to Trump Tower ?
  5. Marty Blackson
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    Marty Blackson

    Recommended Citation
    Arnone, Ernest Nicholas, "Above Coulee Center on Spokane Road" (1939). Ernest Arnone Scrapbook. 240.

    This image featured here belonged to a scrapbook assembled by Ernest (Ernie) Nicholas Arnone, a long-time resident of Renton, Washington, who participated in the construction of Grand Coulee Dam during the 1930s-1940s. Arnone was the son of Michael Arnone (born in Rovito, Italy) and Raffale Arnieri.
    During the 1940s, Arnone became a serious golf competitor, among other things earning the title of Pierce County Champion of Champions.
    Arnone's scrapbook--featured here--deals primarily with the construction of Grand Coulee Dam. However, it also includes images from San Francisco and the Suez Canal.
    ScholarWorks is the institutional repository of Central Washington University.
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    jimmy six

    Karol is still playing with Y-Blocks in a Manderain Orange and White 56 Victoria a clone to his Bonneville race car and lives north of Austin Tx. I see him at least twice a year.
  7. hudson48
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    Custom Mercury on the left in the early fifties. Maybe just new?? Frenched headlights,working on the grille,spotlights and low!!
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