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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. COCONUTS
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    COCONUTS

    Now that I think about it was more like a 52 to 54 Ford that was giving these guys the hood problem.
     
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  2. 'Mo
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  3. Don "The Beachcomber" Johnson.
    A real racer, always ran hard.In poor health these days.

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  4. Speed Sport roadster, a classic drag car. Ol' Noisy.

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  5. Hardly get's any better than this.

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  6. Probably fake, but it made me laugh.

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  7. JD Miller
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    from Wildomar

    :p

     
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  8. Petriu8
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    Petriu8

    Betcha my demon's faster than your demon!
    Pete
     
  9. Sky Six
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    On Sunday, after Mass, my parents would go downtown to the Sears store on Soto St to do some shopping. Mom always wore a hat and gloves. Dad always wore a hat. Then on the way home to Whittier Blvd/Atlantic Blvd area, we would take in a movie at the Golden Gate theatre. Life was good.
     
  10. There is one right behind them
     
  11. jroberts
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    These things rust easy enough without this!
     
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  12. It's a 1935 DB with a 1936 grille and hood.
     

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  13. Betty Page?
     
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  14. I used to go there a lot with my parents. It was the closest Sears to where we lived in Maywood at the time. My mom worked for and eventually retired from Sears. I never really liked their clothes and everything but the tools and sporting good were boring. Mom had a really good employee discount so everything was "Sears" at home.
     
  15. Could be a fresh water lake.
     
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