Saturday, September 05, 2020
Hard to believe this is what wound up as the last Road Runner, when Mopar was just trying to sell crap with the once respectable name of the originally mighty Road Runner
unbelievable, this Formula Vee sold on Ebay for only $1625
wow! Mod Top GTX! The guy who owned it worked at a dealership and did the stuff he wanted to his car, like hitting the stripes and word Plymouth decal with lace paint
Breedlove's hot rod. Imagine the sound of me assaulting it with an "OMG that's beautiful" whistle that some people wold arrest me for, that's how damn fine this is
Dang, that is odd... why not just move the 5th wheel gooseneck hitch to the new truck, and use trailer if you need to move cargo?
That had to suck, in the Big Snow of 1916, Seattle, 35 inches fell in four days, beginning on the last day of January. Streetcar operations ceased for nearly a week, and a number of roofs collapsed
looks like a lot of fun
that's made with the same stuff that dreams are created with. I bet this was a poster on a lot of teens bedrooms
Friday, September 04, 2020
imagine being a friend of these wonderful guys, and getting to hang out with them on vacation, or fishing trips!
Duke Ellington and the band playing some ball
I bet he could send a baseball a long way
Legendary Bonneville racer Ab Jenkins and son with the Mormon Meteor III and their cabover Federal transporter. Constructed on Duesenberg frame rails and housing a Curtiss Conqueror 1570 CID V12 aircraft engine, the Meteor III ran 161 mph for 24 hours on the salt in 1940, setting speed/distance records that stood for 50 years.
No info on this
must be a transporter from the parking lots to a theme park
all of August's banners, there were 135 of them. As Ponto pointed out, he didn't get to see them all, and he brings up a good point I often forget, I change them so often, so that there is a new one for you 2wice a day, that I forget that this means you probably aren't able to see them all
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