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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Drawer puller guy was still designing Buick after 58.
Hwy 39 Beach Blvd. Buena Park
Stolen from Knotts Berry Farm?
Definitely not Beach Blvd between La Palma and Crescent, and the cars were slightly larger for two kids to be seated.
In no way is this meant to be funny-
is that a young Dean Lowe before his 1/4 Midget days?
From a John Barkley post.
I think some of these might be "NEW" for the thread.
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No kidding. Lived in St Clair Shores MI, passed in 1979. He's German, not Italian. I don't doubt that he might have known Giacalone even if based only on tony-jack's supposed reputation.
As others on this thread have pointed out, this is a 409 car with 14x7 station wagon factory reversed wheels. But did anyone notice the owner installed a Impala rear seat with the integral rear seat speaker?
Women sure looked classy back in those day's
No doubt! Now you mostly see fuzzy pajama bottoms and flip flops in Walmart.
1965 dodge Coronet Supercharged that set a new course record at Daytona
Cooler, yes, BUT safety was prevalent also and lots of folks chose the post for safety in a roll over. That's why you see Bel Air with post.
In tri-five Chevy used "sport" to denote hardtop with no post. You either had a Coupe or a Sport Coupe, a Sedan or a Sport Sedan.
Not sure what Ford called their hardtop vs. post. Anyone know?
I have owned a 56 Chev Sport Sedan and a 55 Ford fordor hardtop. On a big bump the Ford rear doors would pop open. No such problem with the Chev.
I always thought it odd Chev did not have a Sport Sedan (4 door hardtop) in 55 When Ford had one.
Modern photo, was on a muscle car calendar, probably a restoration with some liberties taken.
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