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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. Petriu8
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    Strange isn't it. If it's something at Bleach's end, why does nobody else complain, but if it's at my end, why do I only have a problem with Bleach's photos, on this forum? It does not compute Will Robinson!
    I could see all Bleach's photos yesterday, but none today. Bizarre.

    Pete
     
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  3. Fordors
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    Larry Dixon Sr. picking up the pieces.
     
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    Noel Black’s Bonneville streamliner testing at Fremont, CA drag strip.
     
  8. indyrjc
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    Not sure where or when this photo was taken but it might have been after WWI. The two fighter planes on the outsides of the larger plane are German Fokker DVIIs; the plane that was thought by many to be the most advanced fighter of the war. Well over a hundred of these planes were confiscated and brought to the United States for evaluation. It might be some of these planes flying in an exhibition event. Later on the Fokkers seemed to scatter all across the U.S. Some were actually junked. Others were given away to county seats in various states for display. I've heard stories about one that was displayed at the Illinois State Fairgrounds for over two decades before someone decided that it was no longer needed and stored it outside for several years until it rusted and rotted before being carted off to the junkyard.
     
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  10. Bonnie and Clyde death car....
     
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  11. stude54ht
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    I remember her. Of course I'm a dinosaur like you Bobby. :>)
     
  15. JD Miller
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    TERRY (Toad)
    Yeah--ah--let me have a Three
    Musketeers, ah, and a ball point pen
    ther, a comb, a pint of Old Harper,
    couple of flashlight batteries and
    some of this beef jerky.
     
  17. Rootie Kazoootie
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    That's Dune Carter, Bettenhausen's co-driver
     
  18. j3harleys
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    In the group of guys that I ran with I guess I was Toad. It could have been worse I could have been Kurt
     
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  19. Flathead Dave
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    We had the Helm's Bakery truck in Montclair, Pomona and Riverside. Good stuff.

    Sent from my SM-G930T using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
  20. We had a Helms Bakery truck come through our neighborhood in Maywood, CA. The driver would blow the distinct "whistle" horn to let us know he was around.
     
  21. JD Miller
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    Ye
    Yep,,,, WE had the Helms truck in City of Orange too.... I remember those wood draws and getting a cinnamon roll or hostess cup cakes suger fix and mom getting bread



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