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Vintage shots from days gone by!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.

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  1. Not a car but needed a caption.

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    @#$! it! I don't need this wheel.
     
  2. philo426
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    I knew I shoukd have checked those lugs nuts before the race!hope I can catch that tire!
     
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  3. DDDenny
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    Can't say that I do Ron, I spent my time wisely in the library.........looking at car magazines.
     
  4. indyrjc
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    I believe that's Washington Senators Hall of Fame pitcher Walter Johnson.
     
  5. Old and Slow
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    A 1964 4-cylinder version (long-nose Sabra) sold at Bonham's Scottsdale Auction on 17th January 2019
    This is the 6-cylinder Sabre version;
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    I just love 'em.
     
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  6. Jim Nise
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    I'm 70 yrs old, and I never played marbles! My mother and dad did as children.
     
  7. Mart
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    Yeah. I did have to google it though.

    Hamrax Motors, Ladbroke Grove, London. It's a motorcycle dealer. The T Bucket owner stopped there to get some brake pads for the front wheels which were from a Honda motorcycle. That's how I read it, anyway.

    Mart.
     
  8. Offset
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    Ron, I used to play all the time. Great pics, brought back a lot of memories.
     
  9. Mart
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    It might be a local thing but we used to call the big marbles "Glarneys".

    Mart.
     
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  10. We used to call the big marbles, boulders. I've lost all my marbles by now. ;)
     
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  11. Embarcadero, 1947.
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