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    Wow an old Grand Union store! I have not seen one of those in years. Whats next an old A&P Store?
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    A & P had the best marketing of the time, walk in and smell the ground coffee and I was just a little kid.
     
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    Cool Zephyr!
     
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  9. G'day Mart, Yes, that Bedford CA, i think we called them Thames in Australia, can,t remember for sure. Not to confuse with the E83W type. Then again was,nt the tiny 100E Anglia van also a Thames in some countries ?
     
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    Whitewalls on both sides of tires ?????????????????????
     
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    They were available for quite a few years.
     
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    late 50s head-scratcher, probably was Crosley powered.

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    Wheeler, Montana, 1936. Photo by Margaret Bourke-White. Wheeler, Montana, 1936. Margaret Bourke-White .png
     
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    Culp Offy in background !
     
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    Ernie's real name was Musser.
     
  23. Thanks for that picture Keefe!
    The town of Wheeler was created in the 30's by the construction of the Fort Peck dam.The town was rife with alcohol, hookers and gamblers. It was wide open and never closed. Named after senator Burton K Wheeler. Essentially a ghost town today Wheeler.jpg
    The cover of the very first "LIFE" magazine was the Fort Peck Dam...
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    The ol' man watering the lawn and his Studebaker in the driveway.
    I remember me and my brother getting thrown around in the back seat when he came to a sudden stop!
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  26. Yep....A lot of 1939 models came with two-sided white walls.... 1939 Plymouth ad.jpg
     
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