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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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    Finally, a picture of a '58 Impala that doesn't look like it drove through JC Whitney with a magnet!
     
  7. bobbytnm
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    Thanks Gary for all you do and post!!

    Nice to see this pic come back up. That was my dad's car. He bought it brand new in Albuquerque, NM. I think from Lloyd McKee Motors

    Bobby
     
  8. At last check it was on display on the National Mall in Washington DC.


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    There are actually two now, the real one and a clone. Both look very good.
     
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    I wonder what the deal with the siren is?
     
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    Good to know it's safe and sound- Thanks!
     
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    a good "deal" would be about $100.00
     
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  23. You’re welcome.


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    I'm thinking Olds with thermostat housing on top.
     
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    Hey Gary,
    Nice photo of one of the most unusual Chevy sedans made. It was a cool cruiser in our neighborhood as the windows rolled down and the opening was amazingly huge. Our cousins had it for their primary car and even though it was a family vehicle, it was still a cool cruiser. 4 doors, 4 people, 4 windows down, one big open air hardtop were all that was necessary to have a great time cruising. We were amazed how lower center post kept the doors attached. But, it was a 4 door hardtop built for fancy cruising.

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    indc pipes old cars.JPG
    I can't figure out what that exhaust contraption does between the exhaust ports and where the headers bolt on...
     
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    Hey GK,
    They might be tube extenders for the curved headers to clear the steering box. That would allow the headers to stay in their smooth design shape and not have those crazy loops to clear the box. Just my $.02 idea.

    Jnaki
    The headers are smooth, uniform, and look great on this car. The worker seems to have other problems in the photo.
     
  29. RichFox
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    Looks more Olds
     
  30. JD Miller
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    JD Miller said:
    Pontiac Motor ? ? ?

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    Yep, looks like a Olds Rocket 88 motor

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