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  1. Rent A. Trip
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    1929 Auburn Speedster 2 seater -
    Cylinders
    Straight 8
    Capacity
    4.9 litre
    4894 cc
    (298.65 cu in)
    Bore × Stroke 82.55 × 114.3 mm
    3.25 × 4.5 in
    Bore/stroke ratio 0.72
    Valve gear
    2 valves per cylinder
    16 valves in total
    maximum power output 127 PS (125 bhp) (93 kW)
    Specific output 25.5 bhp/litre
    0.42 bhp/cu in
     
  2. wvenfield
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  3. philo426
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    Where are the Woodlite headlights?
     
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  4. philo426
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    Funky 61 Plymouths!
     
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    Knock, knock...

    Who's there?

    Carloada....

    Carloada who?

    Carloada people at your front door!
     
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  6. WGuy
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    I have one of those Sun testers.! Just missing the O scope cable.............
    SUN900.1.jpg
     
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  8. Hudsonnutt
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    Great Pic of Cloverdale! I lived there in the 1980's, owned the local locksmith shop. My spare tire cover on the back said "I'm not the mayor of Cloverdale, but I am the Key man!" Would love to see more if you have any
     
  9. Hudsonnutt
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    Always was a decision to make at Fisherman's wharf in SF as to who had the better clam chowder. Aliotos won out a lot....
     
  10. BuckeyeBuicks
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  12. That would match my feelings about the Chrysler designs in those years, however I have seen worse. One doesn't come to mind right now.
    Bob
     
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  13. My favourite was Scoma's located on the Warf. Back in the 60s and early 70s, before they became more pricey than their weight in gold, my favourite meal there was the abalone. It was to kill for.
    Bob
     
  14. fbi9c1
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    Let's not start one of these discussions. It leads nowhere. Everyone has different ideas of ugly and beauty and no one cares what anyone else thinks.
     
  15. BuckeyeBuicks
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    Sorry to hurt your feelings, I know opinions are just like a**holes, everybody has one. That said, beauty is only skin deep- but ugly goes clear to the bone!!!!
     
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  16. Deuces
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    '62 Dart ring a bell???? Or how about a Senica (sp)????.....
     
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  17. wvenfield
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    And I think 60-62 was a high water mark for Plymouth.
     
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  18. Chrisbcritter
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    Been gathering these up for a while; Logan, Ohio High School had a bunch of good stuff in their yearbooks. Part 1:
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    lgoh55-54.jpg
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    lgoh57-66.jpg
    More coming...
     
  19. Chrisbcritter
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    Logan part 2:
    lgoh57-67.jpg
    lgoh57-68.jpg
    lgoh57-69.jpg
    lgoh57-71.jpg
    lgoh57-72.jpg
    lgoh57-73.jpg
    lgoh58-76.jpg
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    lgoh58-82.jpg
    lgoh58-83.jpg
    Still more to come...
     
  20. Chrisbcritter
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    Logan, part 3:
    lgoh58-84.jpg
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    lgoh58-86.jpg
    lgoh59-89.jpg
    lgoh59-90.jpg
    lgoh59-91.jpg
    lgoh60-00.jpg
    lgoh60-01.jpg
    lgoh60-02.jpg
    lgoh59-92.jpg
    :D Yet more to come...
     
  21. Chrisbcritter
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    Logan, part 4: lgoh61-39.jpg

    lgoh61-40.jpg
    lgoh62-41.jpg
    lgoh62-42.jpg
    lgoh65-48.jpg
    lgoh62-44.jpg
    My favorite find from this town:
    lgoh59-93.jpg
    :confused:
    And finally, one more from Logan - this time Logan, Utah:
    lgut59-30.jpg
    Hope you enjoyed 'em - have a good Father's Day weekend!
     
  22. Chrisbcritter
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    A color shot for a change - 1965 Homecoming at Arcadia High in Phoenix, AZ:
    apaz66-11.jpg
    Among the freshman class that year was a future TV star:
    lynda carter-14.jpg
    Sometime during high school she changed the spelling to Lynda.
     
  23. JD Miller
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    She must be the one with the big boobs sitting by the front tire
     
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  24. Gray Ford
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    WOW...What a difference from today's "Mega-Dealers".......

    [​IMG]
     
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  25. Yeah...what he asked....
     
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  26. 63 Safari
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    What an interesting place. I never would have expected to find awesome duck hunting conditions in UT. A beautiful town with an incredibly varied terrain. Some HAMB like old school motels too. Check it out.
     
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