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  1. 1929 Chevrolet or Holden.
     
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  3. Not Holden - obviously as they only built cars from 1948. That is a GMNZ advertising photo - I think.
     
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  4. 1929 was the last year for Graham-Paige - From 1930 they were just Graham.
     
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    A pair of "POKERS".
     
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    Yeah, I know its not safe, but we are on a tight budget!!!
     
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    Dive Crescent, Tauranga. NZ in the 1950's [I was driving down this road approx. 1 hour ago]

    Dive Crescent, Tauranga. 1950ish.JPG
     
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    Haha! I've seen a lot worse over the years.

    The irony of that photo is: Unless those building blocks were laying around, it wouldn't be worth carting them 100 miles to the track
     
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    Back to the camera, appears to be Parnelli Jones, talking to a very young Sam Posey, and Lothar Motschenbacher on the right
    Back to the camera, appears to be Parnelli Jones, t.jpg
     
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    I'm wondering what the drivers legs looked like. Not good I'd bet,
     
  13. The first Burns Brothers on Union Ave, Portland, OR
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    Hamburger!.... :(
     
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    I'm loving all the Pittsburgh Trolleys!! Used to ride them when I was young in the early to mid-50's. A friend and I used to hitchhike one coming out of Bellvue heading to our street. Only a couple blocks, but the operator would stop and pick us up and let us sit on the step for the block or two. Can you imagine that happening now??
     
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