Monday, May 30, 2011

photos found at a car show

Tires sold that got over a thousand miles made it to the wall of fame... doesn't that say a lot about the short life span expectancy of tires in the 1930's
T C Ryan flying school in San Diego, Howard Hughes on the far left
Must have been great at parades

1936's getting stuffed into a boxcar for delivery
The Marx brothers
Amelia Earhart

17 were made, company founder Gary Davis served out a two year sentence for grand theft and fraud in North County Correctional Facility near Castaic, California. Built in Van Nuys, most were powered by four cylinder Continental engines, although at least one was fitted with a Ford V8-60.

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