Saturday, December 05, 2009
Friday, December 04, 2009
The building has a lot of ornamentation that is based on features that were being used on Chrysler cars of the day, the thirty first floor corner ornamentations are replicas of 1929 Chrysler radiator caps, and the corners of the sixty first floor are graced with eagles, replicas of the 1929 Chrysler hood ornaments.
trivia answer that I came across accidentally, why did the 1920 Locomobile have a scarfed and moustached guy as a factory (not resale) hood ornament?
for more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scooter_(motorcycle)
image via: http://wizbangblue.com/2009/06/18/rockola-built-more-than-just-jukeboxes.php that also tells about it, and that it only had a 1 hp engine, and in the front of the driver the hood opens and looks to be designed for use as a ice cream delivery 3 wheeler
I am a fan of the design of these headlights, and if you want to see more, click this link and see all the rest I've posted: http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/search/label/woodlight%20headlights
On the Blastolene B-702, also known as the french curve. Beautiful work of art, a full gallery here: http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2007/11/b-702-beautiful-design-by-blastolene.html
A barn find that was in inoperable condition previously was meticulously brought back to mechanical life after two years
1915 American LaFrance Speedster, factory race car built on a firetruck chassis, 802 cu inch engine and chain drive
Thursday, December 03, 2009
But blowing me away is the 79 photos collection by Iowahawk: http://www.flickr.com/photos/iowahawk_blog/sets/72157604279213043/