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  1. South_paw
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  5. 1953Plymouth
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    South Paw,
    Those "crash" pictures take me back to the days when I wandered the junkyards as a pre-teen child. Post more if you got'em!
     
  6. I just googled her name for more pics-WOW!
     
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    so here ya go!

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    Hubba, Hubba!!!
     
  9. Joe Weider is a very lucky man.....boy is he lucky....
    HG :cool:
     
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  11. Butt can she cook?
     
  12. Bama Jama
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    He lifts things up and he puts them down. He picks things up and he puts them down.



     
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    Item 8639 zoom [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] <!-- start /templates/photosite/display_for_sale.shtml -->Purchase a reproduction of this item on VintageMaineImages.com.
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    "Here we see Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway locomotive No. 3 simmering beside the engine house. Originally built in Portland for the Wiscasset & Quebec Railroad as shop No. 627 in 1894, it was the next-to-last steam locomotive ever to be built by the Portland Company. Only two Portland locomotives are known to stil exist. One is a sister to the above engine, and one is a standard-gauge Canadian National Railroad engine and is at a museum in Ottowa."--Fletcher, David H. 'The Portland Company 1846-1982.' Charleston, S.C. : Arcadia Pub., 2002. 37.
     
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    From the Syracuse Post Standard.
     
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    Late 60s
     
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  20. John F
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    I still have the Fugs album.

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    Condensing Stanley in the 1950's.
     
  23. Yeah, take it all you filthy whore, Beep Beep!!:eek:
     
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  25. Yeah man, with this PAM on here our Nash cant loose!!

    Doc.
     
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  27. What are they doing?
     
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    The Mitchell Motor Car Company was a Racine, Wisconsin manufacturer of automobiles, active from 1903 until 1923. The 1922 six-cylinder touring model shown here was rated at 29.4 horsepower, an impressive number when compared to the competition of the day. This highly decorated example was sent out to promote the merits of the car, but it was too late. The company folded the following year, their manufacturing facility purchased by Nash.
     
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