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    [/B]I need to thank Walter Miller of AutoLit.com without whom I never would have laid eyes on an engine I could not previously be SURE had ever actually been cast and machined! As far as I knew previously, there was no hard evidence that the G-P (K-F) design ever made it off the shelf! FYI, if any HAMB collector finds these two pix exciting, Walter offers NEW prints of both on eBay, at reasonable cost. Just search: "1949 Kaiser Frazer Engine Factory Photo." THANKS again, Walter![/QUOTE]
    Walter Miller is someone I have done business with as both seller and buyer. Highly recommended!
     
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    Your right.. I didn't notice the beer text until you pointed it out. although I found coasters to match lol
     
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    http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-Cyc06Cycl-t1-body1-d3-d36-d5.html

    "This agency was established by Mr. Row in the year 1904. The building is of wood and iron, and contains the shop and workshop. Mr. Row carries a stock of “Dayton,” “B.S.A.,” “Osmond,” and “Rudge-Whitworth” cycles, also the celebrated “F.N.” make of motor cycles, and repairing is done on the premises. Benzine and lubricating oils are always stocked, and the premises are a recognised stopping place for motor cars and cycles between Wellington and Palmerston North." New Zealand.
     
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  20. ain't that a beer can???? (note that this ford is not a cop car... the license plate is a 'press photographer' 1956 series calif. plate.)
     
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    Man I love this thread...

    If I already posted my bus, or someone else did I'm sorry, but just in case it's not in the previous 1130 pages...

    http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2563951

    New in 46! (we believe ours is the one next to the Dodge)

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    we know ours is the one on the top right with the big gouge in the side, as it still had that gouge when we got it in 84.

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    1984, that's my dad carrying me... hey it's still from a time gone by! LOL

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    Late in 91

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    1946.

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    Back again in 92.


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    If anyone knows of any others like this bus let me know, of the 44 built this is the only known survivour, but if there is another out there, I want it! Or one of the Dodges as a companion would be cool!
     
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    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7552532@N07/2567295430/

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    1968

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    Look at the way the cars are angled.

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    Anyone else amazed at the number and variety of vehicles we've had in just about 100 years...
     
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