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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Dr Nathan Ostich..Flying Caduceus
What is this building ?,,does it still exist?,,,obviously in Cleveland,,,
My family lived in Hawaii when this happened and we had to evacuate to higher ground in case of a tsunami resulting from the earthquake in Alaska.
This reminds me of my brother's Camaro in high school , he's two years younger than me, when ever he would open the trunk all you could see was "empty" R&R whiskey bottle's....he was the wild child of the family.... I was the carburetor head.... actually I didn't have any booze till I was around 23 years old ....late bloomer..
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Mr Google says Chicago.
Dick Guldstrand at left. Brilliant GM engineer and also a very successful driver
Bobby Marshman 1964 Daytona 500 [sadly Bobby died testing a Lotus Ford in Nov the same year]
Mirage-Oldsmobile. owned by Jack Nethercutt. Pete Brock designed body
Hillclimb in Dunsdale, Southland NZ
Being warships (destroyers) it's possible that they are lined up for a fleet review, in which case sister ships would be grouped together, fairly close to one another. But not so close as it might appear: there seem to be three rows, though not so easy to tell at that distance.
Looks like the "storage yard" in , I believe, Grizzly Bay, off Martinez- Benicia California.
What what an incredible image! It harkens back to my time behind the wheel when rally cars had only two driven wheels and no rolling workshop for support.
Rootie, is that Dutch Schaeffer by the gold midget.
Sandwich, IL July 5 1963
Same car, same garage,
same brothers 1957 2018
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