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Vintage shots from days gone by!

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

  1. Gary Reynolds
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    Gary Reynolds

  2. Gary Reynolds
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    Gary Reynolds

  3. Gary Reynolds
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    Gary Reynolds

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    Gary Reynolds

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    Gary Reynolds

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    Gary Reynolds

  7. DDDenny
    Joined: Feb 6, 2015
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    from oregon

    Washington state.
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  8. djbamber
    Joined: Jan 2, 2011
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    from bandon,or

    I wonder if they had any problems balancing the LF tire?
  9. hotrd32
    Joined: May 16, 2007
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    from WA

    More cool shots of the Bob Herda Roadster by Bill Hewitt ... 1955 19243116_10210676935343217_1890080261359069433_o.jpg 21457973_10210676947423519_3714763410926847701_o.jpg 21458241_10210676958303791_3957386349588887800_o.jpg 21543934_10210676935983233_8748644392399198772_o.jpg 21544132_10210676944263440_3603469493570947687_o.jpg 21551637_10210676959303816_6406833867068559796_o.jpg 21552117_10210676986064485_3386738279398493184_o.jpg 21586490_10210676943263415_4022628967188198937_o.jpg 21740834_10210676960143837_3183897996238009995_o.jpg 21740853_10210676948103536_7030429802305292586_o.jpg 21741023_10210676984824454_6464184867236674353_o.jpg 21741276_10210676954543697_5044155652733085656_o.jpg 21743498_10210676941583373_7355564122882298997_o.jpg 21752639_10210676937543272_3421021564127163073_o.jpg 21752786_10210676938943307_6460690327332038081_o.jpg 21752955_10210676945223464_843959868907141766_o.jpg 21762406_10210676960863855_1243608531315407767_o.jpg
  10. Mart
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    ^^Great pics above...
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  11. This is a Fairchild C-123. The crash occurred in North Babylon, Long Island, New York, as the aircraft was attempting an emergency landing on Southern State Parkway. The aircraft and 3 cars collided resulting in one death of a person in a motor vehicle.

    I suspect that the US air force bought the old Pontiac.
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  12. firingorder1
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  13. verde742
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    Look !!!!! At her arm !!! her elbow is double jointed !!!
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  14. I'll get to looking at her arm eventually, I guess.
  15. Hombre
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    Man there is just no way to make this stuff up.
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  16. flyboy89
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    from So. Cal.

    Perky little devils,I'd say.
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  17. BuckeyeBuicks
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    from ohio

    I won't ask what the girls made in arts and crafts at Camp Climax!!
  18. flatheadtommy
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    What Arm ! 21751625_1673964239310086_6503408381552010245_n.jpg
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  19. jnaki
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    Hopalong Cassidy, a class act...

    In the 1950’s Long Beach seemed to be the hotspot for all things Hopalong Cassidy. Well, it seemed to us at the time. He was so popular from his TV shows and his all black outfit that it was a little crazy. Two, chrome 6 guns in black holsters, black boots, black shirt, crazy, black hat all contrasting with his white horse, Topper.

    upload_2017-9-17_5-26-17.png upload_2017-9-17_5-26-55.png
    Several of the above cards showed up on our birthdays, much to our happiness. Also, our friends that worked in the nearby Terminal Island, Chicken of the Sea Tuna Factory showed us the “Hoppy” Tuna Cans…Normally, we ate a lot of fresh tuna, but then, tuna sandwiches at the elementary school became really big, needless to say.
    All of this marketing, plus his ever popular TV show was a genius move in the 50’s. We were hooked.

    Somebody we know in their Hopalong Cassidy outfit.

    The rest of the old photographs got misplaced in my wife’s yearly clean out process over the years. Now, they are all digitized, but the complete outfit including the one with the "double six gun" photo is missing.

    At the time, the whole Hopalong Cassidy outfit was one set. The sad thing was, I had to give it to my little cousins because I outgrew it. This was in 1951, after 6 months of being the “black outfit” TV hero. I could not wear the complete outfit anymore, not even those tall black boots.

    upload_2017-9-17_5-33-15.png The "combo cowboy" with his sidekick, Duke.
    So, I became my own western hero with his sidekick, Duke. But this outfit was a combination of many different hats, shirts, chrome 6 guns and cowboy boots. A real So Cal western fanatic built from different cowboy influences. It was probably those cowboy TV shows that influenced me to change outfits to match the hero of the day. I was probably Gene Autry, "The Singing Cowboy," at one time. Ha!
  20. catdad49
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    JNAKI, you are Now My Hero! Hoppy was probably my most favorite cowboy. I didn't have his outfit or any part of it (Fanner 50 for me), but he was still my Saturday morning hero. If I get a chance to see him again, I once more become that little cowboy of my youth. Thanks for the memory, Carp
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  21. MacTexas
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    from DFW

  22. JD Miller
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    JD Miller
    from Wildomar

    That helps when scrubbing floors
  23. verde742
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    I would like to see More of this girl.......:rolleyes:
  24. steel rebel
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    steel rebel
    Member Emeritus

    Women's arms are like that. Ask your wife or girlfriend to stick her arm straight. I never learned why.
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  26. Rootie Kazoootie
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    Rootie Kazoootie
    from Colorado

  27. Ghostcruiser
    Joined: May 3, 2007
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    from NE Florida

    "You'll shoot your eye out, kid."

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  28. Swan Island Airport Terminal, Portland, OR
  29. George Klass
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    George Klass

    I was born in Hollywood and attended Laurel Elementary School. Bill Boyd lived in Laurel Canyon in the Hollywood Hills at the time. The TV show didn't start until 1951 or '52, but he was already known from his "B" western movies (which he eventually owned the rights too, many for trading for the rights instead of receiving a salary).

    For whatever reason, he was a member of the local school PTA and occasionally brought his horse in a trailer to school for all the kids to pet. A real life hero, and some of us kids would visit with him in the Canyon. Bill Boyd appeared in other movies, too, non-westerns. Tommy Ivo was cast in one of the western episodes shown on TV...
  30. indyrjc
    Joined: Nov 8, 2008
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    from Indiana

    Looks like Don Brown at Terre Haute; I'm guessing around 1967-68. However, somehow the car doesn't look like one of his "Mechanical Rabbits". The car in the photo has a somewhat more traditional roadster look. Maybe he changed things around later?

    Do you have any more details on this photo, Rootie? And thank you for posting!

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