Very nice thread.
Another Myrna Loy fan in TCL? That's great! One of the lovliest that Hollywood has ever produced. :thumbup:Myrna Loy
Wonderful photos; where did you find all of them? BTW, when I visited the Porsche factory in Zuffenhausen in '78 and '80 that factory building was still there, along with the polyglot of smaller buildings from their earlier days. The museum was housed in one of those small, old buildings just inside the factory gates, actually. The 928 and 911SC/Turbo were emerging from the same assembly halls that once gave birth to 356s. It gave one a nice feeling to be there.
A 1941 Chevrolet coupe, similar to this '41 Chevy sedan:What was the POS the wife was driving?
Great photo. Do you know if it was taken at Furnace Creek? I drove through DV in the summer of '77 in my new Scirocco, and stopped at Furnace Creek. It was awesomely hot there...about 117F that day. Several plastic panels inside my VW warped on that ride.Warning! Might lead to a cognitive disconnect (since I don't think Saabs were sold in the US in the mid-60's?): Death Valley (CA) 1965
It's me on the door! Note the hammock inside the car. When I was taking a nap, my parents would put me in the hammock and keep on driving. Safety much?
The top photo contains a 1963 Chevrolet sedan, and the Beetle is a '68, which would place it no earlier than late '67, and the bottom photo shows a 1962 Chevy sedan crossing the intersection, likewise placing its timeframe in the late-1961-forward area. I date photos by the cars.Charlottetown, PEI 1950's
Barrington St., Halifax, NS 1960
Hey man! Yer crushin' a $25,000 car! Whuttaryuh, NUTZ???:laugh:Kar Krusher
This would have been a shot of TCL members of 1954, if TCL had existed then.This is the best shot of the thread! This is OUTSTANDING!!!!!!ic::heart:ic::heart::beer:
Once upon a time they were everywhere. I can still hear the sound of the "ding-ding" when a car would pull up to the pumps. (Most of you probably don't know what I'm talking about.)A look back at the" filling station"
Loving the '49 Cadillac with its "sombrero" wheel covers muchly. :thumbup: