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Should work, by Dick Johnson #42983
Sounfs good to me ...... (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42983.1
PIC: Unrestored Packards, by Dick Johnson #42982
1928 533 Four Passenger Coupe all original .. looks GR8T ... I'd take in a heart beat !!!!. (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42982.1
1953-1958 CITROEN 2CV Dagonet fastback, by Dick Johnson #42981
Sorry guys, I have been looking at these in post for the past couple of years by Bruce Parsons #42981.1
No problem Bruce. We're all different. I think the '59 Cadillac is a disgrace but others like it. (EOM) by John Roberts #42981.1.1
Easy there Big John ... LOL ... (Just having some fun) .. LOL (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42981.1.1.1
Me too Dennis! If we all liked the same thing t'would be a boring world. (EOM) by John Roberts #42981.1.1.1.1
I’ve always wanted to say the same thing, but didn’t want to hurt Dick’s feelings. But it is true, by steve kiraly #42981.1.2
You would never hurt my feelings by Dick Johnson #42981.1.2.1
Check out this tractor that has set a speed record, by Dick Johnson #42980
For what useful purpose? But how fast can it really plow/harvest a field? (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42980.1
PIC: Customized Dodge Magnum, caution very hard on the eyes, by Dick Johnson #42979
That WAS hard on the eyes! Gah ggg (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42979.1
I guess the owner is a cartoon character. No self-respecting human would drive that abomination. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42979.2
Might have been cool in 1959, but hard to see out of the rear. (EOM) by Andy Sixsmith #42979.3
Can the rear doors still be operable? Great work, bad design. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42979.4
I believe some stuff that folk smoke can have detrimental effects... by John Roberts #42979.5
And I feel bad for the two '59 Cadillacs he neutered for that. (EOM) by Don Anderson #42979.6
I have to agree Don. 2CV wings would have improved it. (EOM) by John Roberts #42979.6.1
PIC: Happy hump day! by John Kuvakas #42978Moderator
This I like, it is the add on diving platform type I hate. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42978.1
When you see it.... (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42978.2Moderator
Just don't use that mirror in the center and you'll never see it! (EOM) by Don Anderson #42978.3
A few from Chevrolet, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42977
I'll take the pickup. What years is it? 53? (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42977.1
The red 54 for me. Nothing in the world sounds better than a Chevy six cylinder by Bob Jackman #42977.2
'61 SS convertible please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42977.3
VID: Fifties concept cars by John Kuvakas #42976Moderator
The dividing line by John Kuvakas #42975Moderator
HA! (EOM) by Paul Rouffa #42975.1
Rolling my eyes and blurted out a "snort" ... Grinning from ear 2 ear (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42975.2
Ha Ha, you fracture me. I'm betting eight out of seven people will get this. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42975.3
But which one is the dominator!!! :-) (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42975.4
Yes, but there are only 10 kinds of people that understand binary- those that do and those who don't (EOM) by Andy Sixsmith #42975.5
I think this really crosses the line. Don't you? (EOM) by Don Anderson #42975.6
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42974
1956 ... What a GR8T year ... for sooo many reasons .... :) (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42974.1
I suppose you were born in that year, Dennis ? (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42974.2
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today & New 1:24 Listings #42973Moderator
PICs: Which Imperial? by John Bono #42972
'63. That '61 is a little too wild looking! (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42972.1
'63 definitely, those fins on the '61 are a little too much for me (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42972.2
'62 is my favourite for this body style, but well, '63 is the closest to that. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42972.3
I agree with you Jani. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42972.3.1
1963! More refined styling. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42972.4
‘63 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42972.5
'61. Hey I like fins. (EOM) by David Larsen #42972.6
Somehow did an infamous double post again. (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42972.7
Always love a good Imperial. My preference would be the '63 but I'll take either if given the chance (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42972.8
Neither, thank you. I look at this as if I had to buy one. I'll take either if given to me free. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42972.9
Just for a laugh, you could have fooled me LOL ! by Dick Johnson #42971
For the man who has everything, by Dick Johnson #42970
That would be great in my kid's greenhouse off the porch of their playhouse! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42970.1
That would be great for kids of all ages ... everywhere !! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42970.2
Great Car Book by Rand Anderson #42969
Tesla is not merely a car company, it's more of a technology company. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42969.1
I was reading Elon is moving more $$ support into SPACE X project (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42969.2
Musk said that building a car is not so hard, upscaling it, that's hell.... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42969.3
David Harvey ... please email Dennis Mong ... harleyphatboy at ya whoooo ... thanks (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42968
PIC: Imperial, by Dick Johnson #42967
Trust me, these cars are even larger than they appear! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42967.1
OK Chris .. I trust you (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42967.1.1
Sound of ocean liner horn here. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42967.2
PIC: 1958 Edsel's, by Dick Johnson #42966
What to do with an old bus, by Dick Johnson #42965
Funny, but kinda deep too. (EOM) by Don Anderson #42965.1
... Interesting ... (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42965.2
I don't get it. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42965.3
PIC: 1969 Citroen DS by Dick Johnson #42964
Magnificent interior. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42964.1
They are one of the best and the seats are solid foam rubber by Dick Johnson #42964.1.1
WOW ... those look REALLY REALLY nice ... SWEET (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42964.1.2
I like that car - a Sunday driver of the highest order and comfy as.. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42964.2
1959 Impala, all original, by Dick Johnson #42963
A few from American Bantam, by Dick Johnson #42962
so cute.... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42962.1
I love these Bantams. Th red one seems to have a couple shades by Bob Jackman #42962.2
Saw my first Rolls Royce Cullinan yesterday...looks as bad in the metal as in pictures (EOM) by John Roberts #42961
VID: Cullinan? Bentayga? by John Kuvakas #42961.1Moderator
BENTLEY ....for me please ..... by Dennis Mong #42961.1.1
Thats the new RR, Forest, aint it pretty. Pretty is as pretty does, Mrs Blue. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42961.1.2
Ironic to hear a German Spokeman for an English automobile. I'll take the Bentley please. I didn't by Frank Kocour #42961.1.3
Frank; Rolls Royce is owned by BMW (EOM) by Stanton Lyman #42961.1.3.1
Is there even a market for these. I don't see anyone with a chauffer being interested in an SUV (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42961.1.4
Both vehicles are sold out for the next two years. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42961.1.4.1Moderator
so too much of a good thing can be bad... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42961.2
".....and not enough can be worse", said the hedonist. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42961.2.1
Does the car announce the winner of the Best Picture Oscar ? (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42961.3
No need to express an opinion as both are far beyond my financial capabilities. by Bob Jackman #42961.3.1
For all who are missing out on the blessings of social media... by John Kuvakas #42960Moderator
Relevant, true, poignant, funny and somewhat unnerving. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42960.1
I'm old, to me it's just funny. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42960.2
Honestly, I just don't get Social Media. It seems like so much by Bruce Gibbins #42960.3
I agree with you Bruce. The art of conversation has all but been lost. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42960.3.1
+1 (EOM) by Geoff Jowett #42960.3.2
If used correctly is does keep families and friends in touch. Also a great way to disseminate good by Frank Kocour #42960.3.3
That was a scam ! I only go ten thousand dollars!! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42960.3.3.1Moderator
PIC: Do you agree with Bob Lutz? by John Kuvakas #42959Moderator
I like the idea. They could compete with Porsche. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42959.1
I hate it ... BUT... this is the NEW reality. "you gotta follow the money" (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42959.2
As much as it may seem incongruous, look what it has done for Porsche. by John Kuvakas #42959.2.1Moderator
Very true John. VW nearly came a cropper with the Beetle... by John Roberts #42959.2.1.1
no,no,no....don't tell me where Bob lives, because I will pay him a visit... by Joop Gisbers #42959.3
But imagine this. by Robert Bolin #42959.3.1
That Robert looks a great idea (EOM) by John Roberts #42959.3.1.1
I do. Should have been a separate brand years ago. (EOM) by Lloyd Mecca #42959.4
No. A really stupid idea. What Chevrolet should do is by Mike DeTorrice #42959.5
"It’d transform the Corvette name from a standalone model into a new brand". by Bruce Gibbins #42959.6
Seems to me if this is such a good idea why hasn't GM done it by Bob Jackman #42959.6.1
I cringe each time I see a Porsche SUV or sedan. (EOM) by John Bono #42959.7
I used to think the Macan looked like a frog that had swallowed a telephone... by John Roberts #42959.7.1
PIC: What if... by John Kuvakas #42958Moderator
There's a customizer out there that should flesh that one out. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #42958.1
PIC: Haven't done that one, yet, but did do this one a while back..... by Terry Daly #42958.1.1
That is a beautiful car Terry. It would have been a winner. (EOM) by John Roberts #42958.1.1.1
Thanks, John. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42958.1.1.1.1
Beyond our obvious difference on door handles, I really like it. by Robert Bolin #42958.1.1.2
Thanks, Robert, I consider this high praise from you. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42958.1.1.2.1
PIC: Michael, here's my cut at smoothing out John's 'What If' Packard........... by Terry Daly #42958.1.2
*** Very nice Indeed *** (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42958.2
Beautiful, thanks John. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42958.3
An elegant beauty ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42958.4
That's a beauty! (EOM) by John Roberts #42958.5
Impressive. To be seen at Embassy's and corporate venues around the world. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42958.6
That's very nice. by David Larsen #42958.7
VID: Car buying in 1970 by John Kuvakas #42957Moderator
very interesting for me as being Dutch... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42957.1
And now we know why by John Kuvakas #42956Moderator
LOL (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42956.1
".....da da, da-da-da-DUNT! Welcome to Laugh-In!" (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42956.2
LOL. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42956.3
Brooklin Diaries for Jun 25 by John Kuvakas #42955Moderator
An interesting juxtaposition of the Brooklin Dairies featuring Cars of the Vatican from John and by Bruce Gibbins #42955.1
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #42954
LOL ! The alphabet chart is a nice touch, too. I'll have to re-post this one ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42954.1
Good one hahaha (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42954.2
PIC: 1960 Plymouth Fury, by Dick Johnson #42953
Wow-wee! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42953.1
This is one impressive Plymouth, that's for sure. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42953.2
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PIC: Auctions Closing Today and a New 1:24 Listing #42952Moderator
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42951
RIP Nicole Meguiar... by David Angeloni #42950
So young. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42950.1Moderator
An awful loss for her family and friends and those that by Bruce Gibbins #42950.2
Caught out again by the double post monster - gad zooks. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42950.3
PICs: Which Mercury? by John Bono #42949
‘53 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42949.1
'55 please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42949.2
A tough one, the '53 by a whisker (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42949.3
'53 for me, but I'm pretty flexible actually. OK, it's the car with the most gas in its tank. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42949.4
'53. It looks so unpretentious. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42949.5
55 (EOM) by George Burgess #42949.6
Slight nod to the 53. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42949.7
'53 for me, please. I always liked those tail lights. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #42949.8
(Pic) Here's mine. Only difference is the interior was orange and black. Was in like new shape. by Frank Kocour #42949.9
Cool! (EOM) by John Bono #42949.9.1
1953 has better proportions and detailing IMO. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42949.10
Slight edge to the 53 (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42949.11
55. I see why some prefer the 53 though. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42949.12
+1, I prefer the slightly more aggressive look of the 55. (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42949.12.1
1955 (EOM) by Sal Lomma #42949.13
All I want to do is dip! by John Kuvakas #42948Moderator
Good one! Oh, and thanks...now I'm hungry. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42948.1
Ha ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42948.2
1971 Corvette 454 with 4 speed, by Dick Johnson #42947
Yes ! A Stingray with a mighty 454 ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42947.1
I bet that thing still put out over 300 SAE Net HP. by Robert Bolin #42947.2
A Vette like this could tow a house down the street 0 - 60 in less than 6 seconds. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42947.3
the greatest looking Corvette ever...although with a small-block it even looks better.. (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42947.4
An American Austin panel truck next to a V-16 Cadillac. by Dick Johnson #42946
Whoa ! Dad and his son. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42946.1
Nah. Ser Brienne of Earth and Tyrion Lancaster. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42946.1.1
You sure that Cad didn't just spit up a hairball! :-) (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42946.2
A one off model of a Citroen DS car hauler. by Dick Johnson #42945
Dick, is that in your collection? (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42945.1
OH how I wish. Not sure who built it but would love to have it. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42945.1.1
PIC: Low mileage 1958 Pontiac Bonneville. by Dick Johnson #42944
One of my all time favorite cars. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42944.1
+1 (EOM) by John Bono #42944.1.1
That GREEN color combo makes me appreciate that car even more (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42944.2
Indian Hills by John Kuvakas #42943Moderator
LOL, very true ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42943.1
The learning curve on this one may be sharp by John Kuvakas #42942Moderator
KIDS to day have NO idea about this very useful device (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42942.1
It can also be used to dial a rotary phone and tucks neatly away behind the ear. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42942.2
VID: Rotary?.....phone?....dial? by John Kuvakas #42942.2.1Moderator
My grandmother had one of those as her phone once upon a time. by Jani Bodmann #42942.2.1.1
Right up until goodness knows when my parents had only one telephone by Bruce Gibbins #42942.2.1.1.1
I don't like being tethered to a cell phone. I have wireless land line phones all over the house by Frank Kocour #42942.2.1.1.1.1
i used it to clean my ear (rubber end) LOL (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42942.3
Yes ! A timeless device that works anywhere on Earth or zero-g in space, too ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42942.4
PIC - My first computer by Jerry Gorsuch #42942.5
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today & New 1:24 Listings #42941Moderator
PICs: Which Lincoln? by John Bono #42940
The '53, I much prefer the color. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42940.1
You’re going by the color??? (EOM) by steve kiraly #42940.1.1
Yes. Is that alright with you, Steve??? Gee, I sure hope so. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42940.1.1.1
‘55, for the headlights. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42940.2
'55 (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42940.3
Either Or. Both fit well into my favorites file as keepers. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42940.4
+1. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42940.4.1
"55, love the front end styling (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42940.5
Surprisingly I'll go for the earlier '53. by Jani Bodmann #42940.6
55 (EOM) by George Burgess #42940.7
‘53 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42940.8
1953 for its color, its shape, and its jet intake side decoration. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42940.9
1953 Lincoln Convertible by Joseph Sturges #42940.10
'55 please. '53 head light trim looks unfinished, and the grill looks too busy. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42940.11
1955 (EOM) by Sal Lomma #42940.12
I'll take both of these Lincoln beauties. Very nice fiftiesmobiles ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42940.13
I'll have to go for the '53 mainly because we had one when I was a lad. by Don Anderson #42940.14
The 55 mainly for what you can't see here - the taillights. (EOM) by Andy Sixsmith #42940.15
A rare Corvette, by Dick Johnson #42939
interesting... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42939.1
Corvette by Rand Anderson #42939.2
*** Bragging Rights are Extremely Expensive *** ..... by Dennis Mong #42939.2.1
Would like to see it when the resto is complete. Like any '53 - '55, the hardtop is aftermarket. (EOM) by John Bono #42939.3
Pic - Profanity Hill Seattle by Jerry Vinson #42938
Yes I know the area well. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42938.1
Seattle in it's early years regraded steep streets, leveled one very large hill (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42938.2
Been noticing a number of unintended double posts. It recently started happening to me, too. ???? (EOM) by Al Dorado #42937
Yes it happens to me a lot. by Dick Johnson #42937.1
It happens to me and I'm sure it's something I'm doing but don't know what. by Bob Jackman #42937.1.1
I think it's site-related, not user-related. I usually go in and delete the duplicates as I see them (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42937.1.1.1Moderator
What are you guys talking about ? ... It never happens to me ... LOL (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42937.2
Me either. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42937.2.1Moderator
Me either. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42937.2.2Moderator
Been noticing a number of unintended double posts. It recently started happening to me, too. ???? (EOM) by Al Dorado #42936
SEE? I only clicked post message one time. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42936.1
It's the excitement of posting on the Lounge Al! (EOM) by John Roberts #42936.1.1
What are you guys talking about ? ... It never happens to me ... LOL (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42936.1.2
You clicked too fast. Ya gotta be smoooooooth. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42936.1.3
It happens to me sometimes, but only seems to be when I post from my phone. (EOM) by John Merritt #42936.2
A few from General Motors, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42935
Love the color on the ‘59 Chevy...too bad it’s not a ‘60 - I like that one better... (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42935.1
'59 please. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42935.2
Anyone know the name of that color? Is it a gold or a coral? (EOM) by Don Anderson #42935.3
Gothic Gold. (EOM) by John Bono #42935.3.1
Oh, that GP! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42935.4
PIC: A Lotus from 1997, by Dick Johnson #42934
Lotus? Are you sure?? (EOM) by John Roberts #42934.1
Yes at least that is what it says. Never seen it before. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42934.1.1
Looks like a Volvo with a nose job to me. Not a Lotus I ever saw. (EOM) by Don Anderson #42934.2
Nope. Lotus never made a sedan. They upgraded the Vauxhall and it had a shared name but... by Robert Bolin #42934.3
Ah, the Lotus Carlton. It did have subtle bodywork mods... by John Roberts #42934.3.1
Pic: It was a Brazilian start up with a Lotus 2.2 turbo and a ford 5 speed. by John Kuvakas #42934.4Moderator
I think it should be named the Lostus. (Just a thought) (EOM) by Don Anderson #42934.4.1
A very good thought Don! (EOM) by John Roberts #42934.4.1.1
If that's the best front end design these folks could come up with by Bruce Gibbins #42934.4.2
This is me. by Dick Johnson #42933
Accurate descriptor. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42933.1
Yep. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42933.1.1
Fill er up by Dick Johnson #42932
Good for another 100K miles. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42932.1
Nice rat rod! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42932.2
not more than a couple of litres, because the tank won't hold it... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42932.3
Set of poverty caps/dog dishes and it would be a real asleep sleeper. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42932.4
When I was in the car business and a man asked what his car was worth, by Don Anderson #42932.5
Be nice. He restored it himself and is very proud of his work. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42932.5.1
What is that car - a Lada or a Fiat? It certainly needs a wash anyway. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42932.6
How times have changed things, by Dick Johnson #42931
Yes, My tastes have changed considerably - about some cars, but remain constant about other. My by Frank Kocour #42931.1
I've always loved this window treatment. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42931.2
My brain says I am open to all kinds of cars and motorcycles no matter how they look like... by Joop Gisbers #42931.3
And its not only cars and motorcycles that have that uniquely American look. by Bruce Gibbins #42931.3.1
PIC: 1979 Continental Mark V by Dick Johnson #42930
YES! (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42930.1
That's a stunner ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42930.2
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… 1:24 & 1:43 Auctions Closing Today #42929Moderator
PICs: Which Chrysler? by John Bono #42928
From these two, the '59. Had the other choice been a '60, that would've been it. (EOM) by John Merritt #42928.1
I like the '61 (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42928.2
Me too. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42928.2.1
‘61 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42928.3
59 (EOM) by George Burgess #42928.4
Pass on both. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42928.5
+1 (EOM) by John Roberts #42928.5.1
Double post. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42928.6
'61. The '59 is my least favorite Chrysler. (EOM) by steve kiraly #42928.7
'61. The '59 is my least favorite Chrysler. (EOM) by steve kiraly #42928.8
The '59. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42928.9
'61 please (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42928.10
The '61 has much crisper lines. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42928.11
Of these two? The '61. (EOM) by David Larsen #42928.12
61. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42928.12.1
My Car Art #12 by Jani Bodmann #42927
As a one time owner of two 1934 Chrysler Airflow cars by Bruce Gibbins #42927.1
the Airflow-picture should belong in the lobby of the Chrysler Building... by Joop Gisbers #42927.1.1
:) (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42927.1.1.1
Thanks for sharing.I have enjoyed them all. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42927.1.1.2
A book would be cool to do at some point. by Jani Bodmann #42927.1.2
Jani, would you mind me printing the Airflow-picture and keeping it next to my Airflow-model ? (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42927.2
Absolutely. If it brings pleasure, then it would please me as well! (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42927.2.1
Very nice drawings.....love the Airflow. (EOM) by John Bono #42927.3
A trip back in the time machine, enjoy by Dick Johnson #42926
Re: the first three photos, don't you just hate the fact that all of today's cars look alike? (EOM) by Rick Thompson #42926.1
Blame Henry, he insisted the colors for the model T & A be black. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42926.1.1
Weren't the Model As available in several colors? I worked in a Ford by Rick Thompson #42926.1.1.1
Very early Model T's were available in colors besides black and then by Bob Jackman #42926.1.1.1.1
There is a certain uniformity in todays automobiles by Bruce Gibbins #42926.1.2
WTF are you talking about? (EOM) by Miles Germain #42926.1.2.1
pic #4 the saloon; notice how the patrons are dressed, NOTHING like the cowboys in movies & TV (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42926.2
Old time pix are great. Old time pix with lots of cars are even greater. by Bruce Gibbins #42926.3
How ironic that in the early 20s people "dressed up" to go to the beach. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42926.4
Love these pics from the past.....thanks for sharing. (EOM) by John Bono #42926.5
Awesome Legos build, by Dick Johnson #42925
A salute to the builders and those who served- Thank You !! (EOM) by James Roth #42925.1
WOW (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42925.2
This amazing creation is very reminiscent of the flag by Bruce Gibbins #42925.3
(PICS) The Rosenthal Photo... by Lloyd Mecca #42925.3.1
(Pic) And here is the original flag raising at Iwo Jima a few hours by Mike DeTorrice #42925.3.1.1
While on the subject of the Austin here is an American Austin roadster, by Dick Johnson #42924
Awesome picture, by Dick Johnson #42923
Yes, an awesome picture and a bit unsettling too if you let your imagination get the better of you. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42923.1
What’s left of Burt Reynolds blocker car from “White Lightning” (EOM) by David Vandermeer #42923.2
Citroen 2 CV by Dick Johnson #42922
A couple of low mileage originals, by Dick Johnson #42921
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42920
And about 8 or 9 sequels. Interesting info on origins of Movie.. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42920.1
Predating the 2001 movie release was an earlier movie by Bruce Gibbins #42920.2
There is a reality TV series on the Discovery Channel (a favorite of mine) called "Street Outlaws". by Frank Kocour #42920.3
The Baby Austin. Small, but punched well above its weight by Bruce Gibbins #42919
Very interesting Bruce. There was another gemstone - the Pearl..a cabriolet Ruby (EOM) by John Roberts #42919.1
It's Austin Friday - no reference to Steve. Catch a Glimpse by Bruce Gibbins #42918
PICs: Which Mercury? '61 or '63 by John Bono #42917
‘61 (EOM) by steve kiraly #42917.1
'61. To my eye they both look similar to each other. by Bruce Gibbins #42917.2
Bruce, I agree with you about the mirrors on the 63. Being a purist by Bob Jackman #42917.2.1
Bruce, I agree with you about the mirrors on the 63. Being a purist by Bob Jackman #42917.2.2
I had to look twice, too. But I'll go 1963. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42917.2.3
‘63 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42917.3
'61, beautiful color. I like this one even better than the black one from last week! (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42917.4
1963! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42917.5
It's the '63 for me. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #42917.6
'63, especially the rear end, liked it much better than the '61's (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42917.7
'61. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42917.8
63 (EOM) by George Burgess #42917.9
'61 please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42917.10
'61 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42917.11
'63 (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42917.12
I prefer the 63. But the 61 is nice too. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42917.13
'61 (EOM) by David Larsen #42917.14
‘61, nicer lines in my eyes. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42917.15
'61 gets my pick. (EOM) by John Bono #42917.16
Just for a laugh, by Dick Johnson #42916
No joke. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42916.1
The golden years actually refers to the cost of medical bills in old age. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42916.2
Yep, that's true. This is a changing ratio because unless by Bruce Gibbins #42916.2.1
A few from GM, by Dick Johnson #42915
Like all of them. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42915.1
Me too!! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42915.1.1
The General has produced some great looking cars over the years by Bruce Gibbins #42915.2
All nice, but it's the Eldo that I'll take home. (EOM) by John Bono #42915.3
Oh man, that Pontiac . . . that Pontiac . . . THAT Pontiac! (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42915.4
I would buy that 1967 Buick Wildcat. Beautiful Buick. (EOM) by Miles Germain #42915.5
The Pontiac, for sure. I have the white DM ‘59, wish it was red. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42915.6
PIC: 1977 Lincoln Mark V by Dick Johnson #42914
Oh boy, now that's luxury and power ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42914.1
That's the Givenchy special edition if I'm not mistaken. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42914.2
It's gorgeous, it's GREEN! (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42914.3
Electro static shock city. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42914.4
Check out this land fill, by Dick Johnson #42913
That is just gross. And poor wretched people live there too. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42913.1
That's horrible. (EOM) by John Bono #42913.2
Just go to Shelton Conn. in an old gravel pit 30 to 60 feet deep to now a mountain 90+ feet higher. by Bruce Parsons #42913.3
My Car Art #11 by Jani Bodmann #42912
That Volvo made a great car for The Saint. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42912.1
Great work. (EOM) by John Bono #42912.2
Your colorized drawings look just the business, Jani. by Bruce Gibbins #42912.3
I was a graphics designer once upon a time. by Jani Bodmann #42912.3.1
PICs - Gilmore Exhibit: Duesenberg Part 8 by John Merritt #42911
fantastic series posts John, thank you (EOM) by Geoff Jowett #42911.1
The older series Duesenbergs although understated by Bruce Gibbins #42911.2
PICs - Gilmore Exhibit: Duesenberg Part 7 by John Merritt #42910
HOLY MOLY! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42910.1
Spotless and beautiful. (EOM) by John Bono #42910.2
PICs: Which Chevrolet? '53 or '55 by John Bono #42909
1955 for sure. Iconic. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42909.1
Never ever had a chance ... Not even close .... '55 All the Way to Chevrolet !!!! by Dennis Mong #42909.2
55 V-8 (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42909.3
Ditto (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42909.4
The '55 Chevy gets my vote. The small block V8 makes a huge difference. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42909.5
Assuming that both cars are about as equal as possible in equipment, I'll take the '53. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42909.6
55 (EOM) by George Burgess #42909.7
Of these two the '53, but I'd prefer to split the difference and pick a '54. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #42909.8
My sentiments exactly. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42909.8.1
55. My favorite of the tri fives. I also like the 53 and 54. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42909.9
Agree completely Bob - you just saved me writing it! (EOM) by John Roberts #42909.9.1
I like them both but the 55 is my pick. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42909.10
'55 please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42909.11
The 55. 53 and 54 are next to last in the 50's beating out the ugly 58. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42909.12
I like them both but the 55 gets my vote. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42909.13
+1 (EOM) by John Bono #42909.13.1
PIX: A glamorous 1936 Chevrolet Sedan. by Bruce Gibbins #42908
Whoa, that's a beauty ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42908.1
It sure is! (EOM) by John Bono #42908.1.1
Pretty car. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42908.2
PIC: Some Assembly Required. by Bruce Gibbins #42907
Good one! (EOM) by Al Dorado #42907.1
. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42907.2
I just don't know why this keeps happening, by Dick Johnson #42906
LOL. The day is still young. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42906.1
LOL Frank. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42906.1.1
Maybe next week. (EOM) by John Bono #42906.2
PIC: A few for your viewing pleasure, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42905
I kinda go for the Whoopee cushion in the Plymouth. I miss mine. (EOM) by Don Anderson #42905.1
A nice bunch of cars here. The Plymouth Fury took first slot by Bruce Gibbins #42905.2
Great looking Dart. Would like the Fury more if it was a two door. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42905.3
May not be one of the better ones but it only has 2900 miles on it by Dick Johnson #42904
Well now that you see the interior, you understand the low mileage. (EOM) by Don Anderson #42904.1
Very nice ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42904.2
My Car Art #10 by Jani Bodmann #42903
Excellent ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42903.1
Love these color drawings. (EOM) by John Bono #42903.2
Very nice. Really liking that Plymouth. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42903.3
Great old shot! (I think) by Duncan Pohl #42902
tough hitch hiking (EOM) by John Munro #42902.1
This was the first customer of AAA. She's just patient. For now. (EOM) by Don Anderson #42902.2
I am told all the time by my AAA members that I was very prompt and fast getting to them, by BenD Lampson #42902.2.1
Agree! (EOM) by Jerry Vinson #42902.3
What if... by John Kuvakas #42901Moderator
I like it. (EOM) by Sal Lomma #42901.1
Me too! (EOM) by Brian Cox #42901.1.1
Fine if I needed a wagon for work but for showing off, racing, dating, cruising, playing with, by Bruce Parsons #42901.2
I think I do. Hard top's and possibly more so Convertibles impart by Bruce Gibbins #42901.2.1
On the other hand, think how much room there would be if the seats folded down into floor by BenD Lampson #42901.2.2
... And don't forget that shifter sticking up firm and high !!!! ... LOL (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42901.2.2.1
I can tell you some stories Dennis! (EOM) by BenD Lampson #42901.2.2.1.1
Generally speaking if you can afford a Vette you can afford a motel room and do it right. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42901.2.2.2
There is always a no-tell-motel handy in most every town by Bruce Gibbins #42901.2.2.2.1
I have one, but I would rather take that wagon to a drive-in with a date.... by BenD Lampson #42901.2.2.2.2
That looks outstanding ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42901.3
Hey ... What a minute ... I thought they did ... U Telling me they didn't ... What Tha - What Tha !! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42901.4
The prototype was called the 98 Fiesta Battlewagon and it was just by Don Anderson #42901.4.1
I'm in.....how can I order one? (EOM) by John Bono #42901.5
(Video) That's a beauty, but looks a lot like a Chrysler. Here's a '58 Fiesta Wagon, only about 30 by Frank Kocour #42901.6
I'm not a fan of 58 Oldsmobiles but that one is a stunner! (EOM) by David Angeloni #42901.6.1
VID: '57 Bel Air by John Kuvakas #42900Moderator
Could never get too much of a '57 Chevy. (EOM) by John Bono #42900.1
I like that YT channel. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42900.2
Geography quiz by John Kuvakas #42899Moderator
The joke's on you, you gave us the teacher's key. (EOM) by Paul Rouffa #42899.1
LOL ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42899.2
LOL. Love stuff like this. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42899.3
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: 1:24 & 1:43 Auctions Closing Today and New 1:24 Listings #42898Moderator
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42897
PICs: Which Pontiac? '59 or '61 by John Bono #42896
'61 please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42896.1
Me too. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42896.2
The '59, my all-time favorite Pontiac. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42896.3
I see the nose of a '69 Pontiac, the car I learned to drive in. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42896.3.1
The '61, my Dad's car when I was a kid (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42896.4
59, no 61,,,no 59...61...heck I can't choose (EOM) by John Roberts #42896.5
+1 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42896.5.1
+2. I'd kill for either one. Put a gun to my head, though, and it's the '59. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #42896.5.1.1
'61 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42896.6
61 (EOM) by George Burgess #42896.7
1961 for me but I like both. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42896.8
Tough call, but I'll go with the '59 today. (EOM) by David Larsen #42896.9
And I am back with the 58 as my favourite Pontiac (EOM) by John Munro #42896.10
Tough one but I cast my vote for the '59. Both are beautiful Wide Track Pontiacs. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42896.11
'61 (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42896.12
Like both - but 61 (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42896.13
1961 for me, lotsa miles in one. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42896.14
I like them both but prefer the 61. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42896.15
This would have been a lot harder a choice if asked between the by Don Anderson #42896.15.1
'59 is nice, but not as nice as the '61. (EOM) by John Bono #42896.16
My Car Art #9 by Jani Bodmann #42895
They just get better and better. Thanks. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42895.1
I do like the color ones better...keep ‘em coming! (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42895.2
Love your color drawings too! (EOM) by John Bono #42895.3
I like that Skyliner showing the roof in action. Thanks for sharing your automotive art. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42895.4
name a car that really made a difference...(PIC) by Joop Gisbers #42894
Here's one... by John Kuvakas #42894.1Moderator
I had a 1964 Ford Anglia that made a real difference... by John Roberts #42894.1.1
After my silly answer, a more sensible one...(PIC) by John Roberts #42894.1.1.1
Well, guess I'll go with the one that made the mostest difference by Jani Bodmann #42894.2
1957 Plymouth. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42894.3
1934 Chrysler Airflow (EOM) by David Vandermeer #42894.4
Ford Model T - it brought motoring to the masses and the $5 daily wage, by Harvey Goranson #42894.5
A couple of jobs I wouldn't want, by Dick Johnson #42893
Maybe unloading truck makes more sense. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42893.1
You know, when all of your soap and water is on the truck, it can by Don Anderson #42893.2
Old car ad, by Dick Johnson #42892
as usual this may work, but the problem would be upscaling it... by Joop Gisbers #42892.1
(Video) Interesting concept to take advantage of gazillions of radio signals that are in the air. by Frank Kocour #42892.2
Looks like a willy on wheels (EOM) by John Roberts #42892.3
LOL!!!! (EOM) by Al Dorado #42892.3.1
Deleted. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42891
nice. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42891.1
No ! (EOM) by steve kiraly #42891.1.1
This is a 1955 Safari not a 56. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42891.2
Sorry! (EOM) by Terry Daly #42891.2.1
This is a 1955 Safari not a 56. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42891.3
Sorry, again! (EOM) by Terry Daly #42891.3.1
leave it the way it is and I will be happy... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42891.4
Now look under the hood. I bet he disconnected two spark plugs by Don Anderson #42891.5
?? (EOM) by Terry Daly #42891.5.1
The DeSoto became a DeLeted after 1961. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42891.6
PIC: Housing in Copenhagen, by Dick Johnson #42890
Not for me! (EOM) by George Burgess #42890.1
Sorry, I'm a country boy. 8 acres with no neighbors within site. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42890.2
Now out in Wyoming we see crop circles every once in a while but by Don Anderson #42890.3
As quirky as all can be, but would you want to live this way? by Bruce Gibbins #42890.4
There is something about all that green space that makes me think this type of housing is wasting by Frank Kocour #42890.5
PIC: F-16's in "elephant walk formation" allowing them to by Dick Johnson #42889
a mighty roar will sound... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42889.1
Cool. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42889.2
That would be fun to watch (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42889.3
Both are twisted out of shape, by Dick Johnson #42888
strange as it may seem, I do believe the Jeep will run its course... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42888.1
The Jeep is fine. It's got plenty of wheel travel. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42888.2
Abdul will be having a stern talk with the Mrs after her shopping spree at Walmart. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42888.3
PIC: A few for your viewing pleasure, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42887
All are nice but the Olds is outstanding. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42887.1
'57 Olds please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42887.2
+1 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42887.2.1
+2...never seen that colour combo before (EOM) by John Roberts #42887.2.1.1
That's an attractive and seldom-seen color combo on the '58 Retractable, too. by Rick Thompson #42887.2.1.1.1
A '49 Buick to drive there and a stand of palms by Bruce Gibbins #42887.3
Indian Hills by John Kuvakas #42885Moderator
Here's a solution by John Kuvakas #42885.1Moderator
Funny... (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42885.1.1
Mine also LOL ! (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42885.2
Some of our fears are declining.....it all depends on which way you're headed. (EOM) by John Bono #42885.3
How many of these can you identify? by John Kuvakas #42884Moderator
WOW! Amazing! (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42884.1
Question of the day by John Kuvakas #42883Moderator
Groan. But I've had the stomach flu for three days. So it helped. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42883.1
Good one, John, needed a second look to get it. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42883.2
LOL good one. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42883.3
sharp... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42883.4
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICS: Auctions Closing Today and New 1:43 & 1:24 Listings #42882Moderator
PICs: Which Oldsmobile? by John Bono #42881
'55 (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42881.1
I think the '53 and I could get along real well. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42881.2
Another tie for me. Is that '53 a stock colour? (EOM) by John Roberts #42881.3
Yes, Agate Red and Polar White. (EOM) by John Bono #42881.3.1
'55 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42881.4
'55 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42881.5
55 (EOM) by George Burgess #42881.6
The '53 looks right for me. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #42881.7
'55 (EOM) by steve kiraly #42881.8
Love both, but since we had a 53 88 convertible - it wins today (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42881.9
To me, the '55 Oldsmobile has the edge in merriness. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42881.10
The 55 for me. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42881.11
Neither thank you. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42881.12
The 55 appears to be a 98 so that's my choice. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42881.13
Here's a 98........... by John Bono #42881.13.1
1955. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42881.14
My Car Art #8 by Jani Bodmann #42880
They are all fantastic. Great talent. Thanks for posting. (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #42880.1
Awesome, thanks. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42880.2
PIC: 1957 Oldsmobile, notice how gray looks so much nicer on this Olds than it does on new cars , by Dick Johnson #42879
Love that red steering wheel - seems I remember most were white (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42879.1
I'm a little curious about the red wheel too. But I do like it. It goes with by Don Anderson #42879.2
Judging by the red column also I’d say either the original interior was red/black or they got it by steve kiraly #42879.3
PIC: Absolutely, Dick. Was this a factory paint option or a resto? Anyway by Bruce Gibbins #42879.4
Love that beautiful rare old machine Bruce...don't see many Clios these days!! (EOM) by John Roberts #42879.4.1
That's a 1939 Oldsmobile, John. NZ Assembled RHD ex-Canada. by Bruce Gibbins #42879.4.1.1
That's a beautiful car Bruce..how about some more pictures?.. The 'Clio'... by John Roberts #42879.4.1.1.1
Superb machine. Should the rear badge be blue and the front not? Just curious. (EOM) by John Roberts #42879.5
PIC: Not car related but enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42878
Oh so cute. (EOM) by John Bono #42878.1
Hats off to the Corgi. They're a rare breed...except where she lives. (EOM) by John Roberts #42878.2
How in the world did the photographer get them all to pose like that? Which pup would you adopt? (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42878.2.1
Corgis are great but they tend to nip at your heels... by John Roberts #42878.2.1.1
A laugh for the day, by Dick Johnson #42877
I'm in line for the last one! (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42877.1
HA ! ... Me as well ... I wonder how long the line is today ... LOL (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42877.1.1
Look out for this 2CV, by Dick Johnson #42876
Once seen, this image can not be easily unseen. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42876.1
Minni Mouse got caught, by Dick Johnson #42875
Again! (EOM) by John Bono #42875.1
I heard a variation of this (unprintable) that involved Goofy (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42875.2
What the duck? (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42875.3
Actually, It was Mickey running into Uncle Scrooge McDuck and being asked by Ron Dietrich #42875.3.1
It would not have been the first time even cartoon characters can play away on occasion. by Bruce Gibbins #42875.4
PIC: 1932 Austro Daimler ADR8 Limo. by Dick Johnson #42874
Ooh, there's just something about really BIG cars that gets me all excited! (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42874.1
Oh, yes, there truly is, Jani. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42874.2
What they said. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42874.3
Great...literally. But those wheels look wrong to me (EOM) by John Roberts #42874.4
PIC: They're giving it away....... by John Bono #42873
Free, but never cheap. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42873.1
LOL. The English language . . . (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42873.2
(Pic) 1957 Bill Frick Special by David Larsen #42872
This must be the car that gave rise to the saying, "That looks just by Don Anderson #42872.1
The car has the look of a Bristol about it - that's a good thing, btw. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42872.2
David....were these pics taken at the Endicott Estate show in Dedham, ma? by BenD Lampson #42872.3
Ben, the venue was the grounds outside of the Larz Anderson Museum in Brookline, MA. (EOM) by David Larsen #42872.3.1
Thanks David...I know that one well also. Back when the museum would host Camaro/Firebird day (pic) by BenD Lampson #42872.3.1.1
Ben, those Firebirds are great looking and handling cars. by David Larsen #42872.3.1.1.1
VID: Driving a DeLorean by John Kuvakas #42871Moderator
There is a documentary out now called "Framing John DeLorean," about his life, career and the car. by Al Dorado #42871.1
Car Unrelated - Our Sammy and Luna by Stephen Meek #42870
awesome. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42870.1
Beautiful kids. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42870.2
Call me a cab by John Kuvakas #42869Moderator
You're a cab! (EOM) by Josh Shy #42869.1
Could that be a "Chubby Checker?" (EOM) by John Bono #42869.2
VID: Russian Army Police... by John Kuvakas #42868Moderator
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PIC: Auctions Closing Today and a New 1:24 Listing #42867Moderator
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42866
Yet another very interesting bit of automotive history. Thanks! (EOM) by Al Dorado #42866.1
PICs: Which Plymouth? by John Bono #42865
Pic: Both are great. But nostalgia leads me straight to the '55 Plymouth.... by Bruce Gibbins #42865.1
'55 would be my clear choice. (EOM) by David Larsen #42865.2
Looking at that '53, there's just something that appeals to me. by Jani Bodmann #42865.3
Clean, simple '53 please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42865.4
'53. The fender skirts ruin that '55 for me. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42865.5
An easy fix. (EOM) by John Bono #42865.5.1
1955 (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42865.6
55 is one of my all-time favourites. I like the 53 too but 55 wins for me (EOM) by John Roberts #42865.7
55 (EOM) by George Burgess #42865.8
(Pic) Love the '53 (I owned one). It need skirts. by Frank Kocour #42865.9
Great looking '54 in Santa Rosa Coral. (EOM) by John Bono #42865.9.1
LOL. I didn't even notice that this one is a '54. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42865.9.1.1
Easy not to notice....very subtle differences. (EOM) by John Bono #42865.9.1.1.1
My second car was a 54 Plymouth Belvedere 2 dr HT with by John Munro #42865.9.1.1.1.1
The first car is a 53 not a 54. The grill is different as well as the side trim. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42865.9.1.2
The all new, Forward Look 1955 Plymouth! (EOM) by Al Dorado #42865.10
The 55. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42865.11
55 V-8 (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42865.12
'55, but the skirts would have to go. (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42865.13
55 (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42865.14
VID: $2 Million Eleanor Mustang? by John Kuvakas #42864Moderator
For $2 million I'll pass, even with the blonde. (EOM) by John Bono #42864.1
My Car Art #7 by Jani Bodmann #42863
Tribute to 4drs, until I came upon the 300C.....All cool! (EOM) by John Bono #42863.1
Wow, Jani, these are stunning. Thank you! (EOM) by Terry Daly #42863.2
Very nice work, thanks for sharing. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42863.3
Rich man's Grand National by Terence Slekar #42862
The Mack Daddy of all GN's! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42862.1Moderator
Those were supercharged V6's right? (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42862.2
Poor man's Grand National by Terence Slekar #42861
This one, for it's time, was a pretty amazing car. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42861.1Moderator
Nothing poor about that .... I'd take it ... (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42861.2
Not everyone realized they could buy a sleeper like this without paying the Grand National price. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42861.3
I took a walk down Main St today by John Kuvakas #42860Moderator
Ba-dump-bump... (EOM) by Dave VanderWal #42860.1
Ba dump.... by John Kuvakas #42860.1.1Moderator
VID: '68-'70 CHarger by John Kuvakas #42859Moderator
Historic photograph! by John Kuvakas #42858Moderator
LOL. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42858.1
Outstanding! (EOM) by Terry Daly #42858.2
That is Brilliant! (EOM) by John Roberts #42858.3
ROFL ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42858.4
I get this one and its a funny as a fight. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42858.5
Good grief Charlie Brown... (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42858.6
Dohhhh !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ... " I'm going back to Moe's " (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42858.7
LOL! Thanks for the belly laugh this AM. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42858.8
PIC: Well he does have a strap around it. by Dick Johnson #42857
His father before him broke the suspension on his truck...the son by Bob Jackman #42857.1
I wood never cut things that close (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42857.1.1Moderator
I'm picking with all that fire wood onboard and it's weight would be considerable.... by Bruce Gibbins #42857.2
Symmetrical Wood Stacking 101 ... Honor Student (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42857.3
PIC: 1959 Dodge color combo, by Dick Johnson #42856
NEO made this color combo in 1:43 (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42856.1Moderator
Some 50s color combos were so incredible. Today's colors are mostly boring. by Al Dorado #42856.2
'50s colors were right for their time. Todays cars would look hideous with '50s colors. (EOM) by John Bono #42856.2.1
Sadly, most cars today are also hideous without '50's colors, too ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42856.2.1.1
Its a world wide thing: car paint job colors are boring as can be and then some.... by Bruce Gibbins #42856.2.2
That woke me up! (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42856.3
Caption this. by Dick Johnson #42855
Dimbo going the other way and dimbulb going this way.. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42855.1
Ha! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42855.1.1Moderator
The world loves a trier. Somehow though this "dimbulb" would receive by Bruce Gibbins #42855.2
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: 1:18 & 1:24 Auctions Closing Today and New 1:43 & 1:24 Listings #42854Moderator
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42853
PICs - Gilmore Exihibit: Duesenberg Part 6 by John Merritt #42852
If the driver chose to use the headlights,cowl lights, spot lights and pilot ray by Bob Jackman #42852.1
I reckon so too, Bob. But as you point out, this is a magnificent car. by Bruce Gibbins #42852.1.1
PICs - Pierce-Arrow by John Merritt #42851
Looks like a period photograph in black and white. Excellent. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42851.1
Stunning work on that photo. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42851.2Moderator
The Pierce Arrow here is lovely and probably much admired when ever it's seen. by Bruce Gibbins #42851.3
Oops! (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42850
PICs: Which Imperial? by John Bono #42849
Both beautiful, but both too big & opulent for my taste/wallet. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42849.1
'59. The huge fins of the '61 look a bit silly for the year.. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42849.2
'61, please. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #42849.3
'59 definitely, never liked the fin/tailights of the '61 (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42849.4
'59. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42849.5
I'm afraid I'm still stuck on the '55! (EOM) by John Roberts #42849.6
'59 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42849.7
I'll take the '61. But seriously, any Imperial from '57 to '61 would work for me. (EOM) by John Merritt #42849.8
59 (EOM) by George Burgess #42849.9
1961. It was my first favorite car at the tender age of 6. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42849.10
I don't think the Imperial convertible should have been made. Too regal for that venue. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42849.11
Intriguing point, Frank. Anyone else feel the same way? I think I may agree. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42849.11.1Moderator
59 (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42849.12
Neither are favorites of mine. I dislike the rear bumper of the 59 and the rear fenders by Bob Jackman #42849.13
59 but would prefer a 62! (EOM) by David Angeloni #42849.13.1
+1 (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42849.15
Both. (EOM) by Sal Lomma #42849.16
Caption this. by Dick Johnson #42848
"OH look!!!! Dick's been driving again!" (EOM) by Paul Clow #42848.1
LOL. .How did you know ? (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42848.1.1
"Now this is a fish story nobody's going to believe..." (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42848.2
Ossafer, I swear the bridge jumped to the right. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42848.3
Initial attempts by Kenworth to launch its one-man probe submarine did not go as planned today. by Bruce Gibbins #42848.4
LOL. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42848.4.1
Ah, the head of the Kenworth herd comes down to the watering hole to drink (EOM) by John Roberts #42848.5
All I know is the driver said a swarm of yellow jackets were after him. (EOM) by Don Anderson #42848.6
Anyone seen my trailer? (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42848.6.1
The Ice Road Trucker try out had to be cancelled due to good weather. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42848.7
My Car Art #6 by Jani Bodmann #42847
Impressive Indeed (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42847.1
Very nice. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42847.2
Great work! What size are these drawings? (EOM) by John Bono #42847.3
Just drawn on A4 paper. That's typically enough. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42847.3.1
XB by Geoff Jowett #42847.4
Only 1,385 Landaus were made, so rare indeed. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42847.4.1
thanks Jani, wonder how many are left? (EOM) by Geoff Jowett #42847.4.1.1
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42846
Good read. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42846.1
PIC: Not car related but enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42845
Thank you ... you have no idea how much I need these ... Thank You (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42845.1
Cute. (EOM) by John Bono #42845.2
A long time ago there lived next door to us a young guy who was by Bruce Gibbins #42845.3
LOL. Guess you had to head straight to the gallows . . . I mean the galley. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42845.3.1
PIC: 1953 Hudson Hornet, by Dick Johnson #42844
As well-engineered as it was beautiful, what a great automaker Hudson was! (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42844.1
What a gorgeous car ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42844.2
I love those old Hudson Hornets. Just like fat bottom girls by Bruce Gibbins #42844.3
That's a beauty. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42844.4
PIC: A few GM for your viewing pleasure, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42843
All nice.....love the Cadillac. (EOM) by John Bono #42843.1
Honestly, I've never seen a better looking 1938 Chevrolet in my entire life. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42843.2
+1 Just for fun I did some research on that antenna. Found this one made by Motorola. by Frank Kocour #42843.2.1
Years ago I saw one of these mounted on the hood of a 39 Chevy by Bob Jackman #42843.2.1.1
(Pic) Bob, Here's another that was a '38-'39 Packard. Hood ornament/radio antenna. by Frank Kocour #42843.2.1.1.1
Don't forget, by Dick Johnson #42842
VID: Broadway 1929 by John Kuvakas #42841Moderator
the year my father was born - and the year of the Wall Street Crash... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42841.1
I know that Broadway has changed a lot, or so they say, yet by Bruce Gibbins #42841.2
Barnyard PS by John Kuvakas #42840Moderator
Now " THAT " is just awesome ..... Bravo JK ... That's very good !!!! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42840.1
Took me awhile...then I got it! Very good (EOM) by John Roberts #42840.2
I had to look it up. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42840.3
One of your better puns, John, my granddaughter will love this one. Thanks. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42840.4
LOL ! (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42840.5
Ha ha ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42840.6
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today & New 1:24 Listings #42839Moderator
Which E-body? by BenD Lampson #42838
The white car for me please (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42838.1
Chevies are nice, but I would never choose 2/3rds of a Camaro over a Challenger! (EOM) by BenD Lampson #42838.1.1
*** LOL *** Yeah - I suppose you do make a valid point ...*** LOL *** (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42838.1.1.1
Ha! I've found Camaros to be very slow without their engine. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42838.1.1.2Moderator
Love ‘em both, but it’s the Challenger today. (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42838.2
'Cuda, but 1970. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42838.3
I prefer the '71 for the cheese grater grill and the engine cooling slits in the front fenders, but by BenD Lampson #42838.3.1
'70 Challenger T/A [340x6], 71 Cuda [440x6] are my favorite pony cars (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42838.4
Challenger for 1970. Barracuda for 1971. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42838.5
I like them both but in this example,I like the Challenger a little better. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42838.6
*** Happy Fathers Day *** (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42837
Right back at you Dennis....enjoy your day. (EOM) by BenD Lampson #42837.1
+1 (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42837.1.1
PICs: Which Dodge? '59 or '61 by John Bono #42836
I'm getting just too darn old to make choices like this and there are just two of them by Bruce Gibbins #42836.1
Go for it Bruce....no extra charge for picking both :) (EOM) by John Bono #42836.1.1
Great, Thanks John. OK. So I'll take the '59 today and return in a week for the '61. by Bruce Gibbins #42836.1.1.1
Oh My Gosh ... Oh no you didn't... That is the best of both worlds (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42836.1.1.1.1
'59 please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42836.1.2
The rear ends of both of these are their best features, the '59 gets my vote (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42836.2
What 61? I only see a 59!!! LOL (EOM) by David Angeloni #42836.3
'59 for me. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42836.4
'59. Love that colour in particular. Those lil' fins on the Polara I just want to shave off. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42836.5
'59 in this case, but the '61 appeals too. (EOM) by John Roberts #42836.6
59 (EOM) by George Burgess #42836.7
Car # 1 has the face of my mother in law ... scares the sheet out of me .... (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42836.8
Did you dodge her whenever you could Dennis? (EOM) by John Roberts #42836.8.1
ROLLING ON THE FLOOR (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42836.8.1.1
‘59 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42836.9
1959 (EOM) by Sal Lomma #42836.10
+1 (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42836.10.1
'61!!!!!! (EOM) by steve kiraly #42836.11
The 59 by a mile. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42836.12
'59 (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42836.13
61 because it's a Polara. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42836.14
'59 does it for me. (EOM) by John Bono #42836.15
Brooklin Diaries for Jun 14 by John Kuvakas #42835Moderator
PIC: Econoline motor home, by Dick Johnson #42834
Very unusual ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42834.1
No tag recognition so goodness knows where the truck actually is by Bruce Gibbins #42834.2
That licence plate is Holland I would guess (EOM) by John Roberts #42834.2.1
Back end looks very Airstream (EOM) by John Roberts #42834.3
yes, it's a Dutch licence plate,...to my amazement... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42834.4
PIC: 1976 Oldsmobile Cutless Supreme with just 23,000 miles on it, by Dick Johnson #42833
Great looking mid-sized Olds. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42833.1
+ 1 (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42833.1.1
PIC: 1934 Tatra 75 Bohemia Sport coupe , by Dick Johnson #42832
Snazzy. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42832.1
My Car Art #5 by Jani Bodmann #42831
Magnificent automobiles wonderfully depicted here ! All are by Mike DeTorrice #42831.1
Particularly like the Auburn & LaSalle but all are nice. Thanks, Jani. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42831.2
Great talent! I know it varies by subject, but about how long does it take to produce? (EOM) by John Bono #42831.3
A simple black'n'white two to three days usually. Colour depends on my drive. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42831.3.1
PICs: 1960 Pontiac X 400 by John Kuvakas #42830Moderator
One I don't remember, thanks John. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42830.1
A terrific article on this great-looking by Mike DeTorrice #42830.2
Well done and very desireable. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42830.3
strong tiedowns, by Dick Johnson #42829
OK .... I would like to see how they loaded that ... seriously (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42829.1
A crane, such as an overhead crane in the factory. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42829.1.1
That makes sense. by Bruce Gibbins #42829.1.1.1
I bet no one ever follows that truck. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42829.2
1914 Woods Mobilette Tandem German Roadster by Dick Johnson #42828
A motor bike that looks like a car or a car that........ (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42828.1
PIC: 1970 Olds 442 W-30 by Dick Johnson #42827
Nice but rare to see this trim on a sedan. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42827.1
What trim? (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42827.1.1
"trim" ..the 442 W30 option. Usually these are hardtops. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42827.1.1.1
Got it - thanks (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42827.1.1.1.1
yup...very strange to see that pillar divider...could be a tribute Cutlass (EOM) by BenD Lampson #42827.1.1.1.2
Is it a divider or are the windows just rolled up? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42827.1.1.1.2.1Moderator
Nope. I can see from the inside of the passenger side it is a pillar. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42827.1.1.1.2.1.1Moderator
But, then again, here's a similar one and it's a hard top by John Kuvakas #42827.1.1.1.2.1.1.1Moderator
PIC: How about a 2 door version of this wagon ? by Dick Johnson #42826
Pretty cool ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42826.1
I like it. (EOM) by steve kiraly #42826.2
The 2 door is the better of the 2 (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42826.3
+1. I really liked the Valiants. They were great cars. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42826.3.1
Is this a Dodge Lancer? by dennis Brown #42826.4
Got to have a laugh for the day, check out these pictures, by Dick Johnson #42825
It's called culling the herd (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42825.1
Boy, there's some ragged stuff going on in there. OSHA will be our savior. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42825.2
OMG! (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42825.3
Tiny Welsh car runs on hydrogen, by Dick Johnson #42824
I was watching some YT vid the other day on this very subject by Bruce Gibbins #42824.1
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42823
What if... by John Kuvakas #42822Moderator
...nice but where does one store the top? (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42822.1
Plenty of room under the hatch or . . . in the garage next to your older Corvette top. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42822.1.1
Who says you get a top with it? Soft top maybe. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42822.2
I like it, looks very sporty. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42822.3
8 Track tape players! Who didn't have one of these? by John Kuvakas #42821Moderator
Me. Never had one, never heard one. I know what they are but..... (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42821.1
8 tracks and all by Alan Dinsmore #42821.2
Mine was in the glove box of my '64 Impala SS. I can still here the Righteous Brothers singing by Frank Kocour #42821.2.1
In 1979 I bought a new Cadillac CDV and it had both an Eight track and CB radio. by Bob Jackman #42821.2.2
I can't remember how many of those I have installed over the years. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #42821.3
Me either. I used to do speakers and player installments for my friends. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42821.3.1Moderator
I put one in each of my first cars..The trouble was the 8 tack would stretch the tape. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42821.3.2
My 79 Corvette still has the factory 8 track. (EOM) by David Vandermeer #42821.4
March '67: new '67 Dodge Coronet 500 with a new Lear Jet 8 track playing the Animals by Bruce Parsons #42821.5
Oh yes I had more then one. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42821.6
Mine was humping on the mount ... er ... I mean ... It was Mounted on the Hump .... U get the idea (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42821.7
Had one in the glovebox of my 64 Comet Caliente. With a bunch of pirate tapes! lol (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42821.8
Still have a few! by Jerry Vinson #42821.9
No, I never had one, just a cassette player I bought by Bruce Gibbins #42821.9.1
great list there Jerry (EOM) by Geoff Jowett #42821.9.2
Of course I had one. Installed in the glove box of my '65 SS impala with speakers in the doors. (EOM) by John Bono #42821.10
Low and on the inside by John Kuvakas #42820Moderator
"yuk, yuk...yuk" (this isn't laughter.... it's what that cake must've tasted like) by Christopher Moroni #42820.1
LOL ! (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42820.2
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… 1:24 & 1:43 Auctions Closing Today #42819Moderator
PIC: Assemblying 1934/5 Buicks(?) at GM's Petone NZ Plant. by Bruce Gibbins #42818
Cars in the early 1930's always catch my eye ... no matter who (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42818.1
PICs: Which Mercury? by John Bono #42817
1960. (EOM) by David Crowe #42817.1
I'd agree with you if a '60 was pictured! (EOM) by steve kiraly #42817.1.1
+2 (EOM) by David Angeloni #42817.1.2
1959 definitely (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42817.2
'61 Mercury, beautiful! (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42817.3
+1 (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42817.3.1
1959. The '61 was really just a Ford. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42817.4
Most if not all Mercurys were glorified Fords. Heck Lincolns were just oversized luxury Fords. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42817.4.1
Where'd you come up with that misconception? '49-'51,'57-'60 Mercs were MERCS ONLY, and I'm not sure by steve kiraly #42817.4.1.1
Bruce, I'm not sure what you're talking about. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42817.4.1.2
FoMoCo made all of them. The engines were all of the same basic designs, by Bruce Parsons #42817.4.1.2.1
+1 (EOM) by steve kiraly #42817.4.2
In this the '61 takes the cake for me. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42817.5
1959 (EOM) by Sal Lomma #42817.6
1959 for the gorp factor. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42817.7
61 (EOM) by George Burgess #42817.8
Not really a fan of either, but the '59 is better for me. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42817.9
‘59 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42817.10
That green ‘64. (EOM) by David Vandermeer #42817.11
The 59. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42817.12
This particular '59 is a beauty. The '61 ain't bad, either. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42817.13
A couple of my least favorite years for Merc. But that '63 in the background is a different story! (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42817.14
I like the sleek ‘61. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42817.15
Picnic time, by Dick Johnson #42816
Un coordinated seat belt colors are always a dissapointment for me. by Bruce Gibbins #42816.1
Roughing it... (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42816.2
OH MY , I never thought I would see the day, by Dick Johnson #42815
Well ... I'm glad we cleared the air on THAT topic ... LOL (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42815.1
Glad I loaded up on them this year. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42815.2
A sticky subject. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42815.3Moderator
Well, I think they're already long enough! (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42815.4
VIDEO: Check out this F-16 jet, by Dick Johnson #42814
Well, that was a bummer. It never took off. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42814.1
Yes but did you read the fuel used ? (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42814.1.1
Yeah, roughly 1,900 gallons of fuel in twenty minutes. About what my Expedition gets. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42814.1.1.1
My Car Art #4 by Jani Bodmann #42813
Excellent art work ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42813.1
Very nice work. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42813.2
All are very nicely done, Jani. Please keep 'em coming. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42813.3
Very nice Jani. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42813.4
Classical by John Kuvakas #42812Moderator
Well, he is as contrapuntally rigid as he is repetitive as a fugue. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42812.1
Took the words right out of my mouth! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42812.1.1Moderator
Lol. Are you referring to Arnie pops or J.S. Bach here, Jani? (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42812.1.2
I believe it can be applied to both in equal measure. ;) (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42812.1.2.1
LOL. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42812.2
Bach Fugue in A Minory played by the Modern Jazz Quartet featuring by Bruce Gibbins #42812.3
I didn't know Bach was a RINO. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42812.4
Ry Cooder & David Lindley by Terence Slekar #42811
Love Ry Cooder. (EOM) by Paul Rouffa #42811.1
Ry Cooder has brought us so many musical experiences by Bruce Gibbins #42811.2
Women race car drivers, by Dick Johnson #42810
All are very interesting shots ! Some very by Mike DeTorrice #42810.1
That joker in the last pic has got the pip because - "sisters are doing it for themselves" by Bruce Gibbins #42810.2
She's pinching him on the bum as she knows he's an idiot (EOM) by John Roberts #42810.2.1
Bruce! 'giving someone the pip'...an expression my folks used to use... by John Roberts #42810.2.2
These are expressions John that have probably long been by Bruce Gibbins #42810.2.2.1
Great photos of Brooklands - one of my favourite places! (EOM) by John Roberts #42810.3
PIC: A football field in Norway, by Dick Johnson #42809
where's the parking ? (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42809.1
Okay, where are the cars? (EOM) by Don Anderson #42809.2
It's real. It's the Henningsvaer Idrettslag Stadium in Lofoten, Norway. Standing room only by Frank Kocour #42809.3
The Brooklands Race Track by Dick Johnson #42808
PIC: A few for your viewing pleasure, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42807
I'll bet those two '49 Lincolns were really 1950's. (EOM) by Don Anderson #42807.1
'56 Dodge please. Never a fan of the tri-color. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42807.2
I like em all. I just wish Lincoln had resisted the temptation by Bruce Gibbins #42807.3
They are rather heavy looking. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42807.3.1
A Mustang for the younger croud, by Dick Johnson #42806
do not fake it until you make it... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42806.1
Cute in a cartoonish way. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42806.2
The Hurst Lightning Rod shifter, by Dick Johnson #42805
Oldsmobile! (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42805.1
Great fun until they stuck. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42805.2
PIC: A Packard boat, by Dick Johnson #42804
Weren't most Packards boats. [big heavy luxury cars that feel nothing of the road]] (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42804.1
Thus the reference to a car as a "boat". (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42804.1.1
My first reaction was that it was a boat in front of a Packard that was parked at the dock. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42804.2
Here are two low mileage cars and I want the Mercury, by Dick Johnson #42803
Thanks - I'll take the 300 Hurst (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42803.1
+1 (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42803.1.1
As much as I like GREEN, I'll take the 300 Hurst with the Imperial interior, 375 hp+ (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42803.2
A little humor... by Terence Slekar #42802
LOL ! (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42802.1
Funny story, I like it. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42802.2
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42801
A connection to the BMC Mini's and the BMW Mini's is tenuous at best. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42801.1
Indian Hills by John Kuvakas #42800Moderator
Hmmm... a bit "flat" (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42800.1
I've been looking at this for a wee while now and just got your drift there Christopher.. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42800.1.1
...yes, naan is a flat bread. Sorry, bad "taste?" (another dumb joke!) (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42800.1.1.1
Titanic departure by John Kuvakas #42799Moderator
Titanic Not by Alan Dinsmore #42799.1
Thanks Alan. My apologies, folks. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42799.1.1Moderator
Interesting nonetheless. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42799.1.1.1
Never sweat tha Small Stuff ... It's all Small Stuff ... besides ..... by Dennis Mong #42799.1.1.2
It's all good. (EOM) by John Bono #42799.1.1.3
And the promenade deck is also open instead of partially closed. by Jani Bodmann #42799.1.2
I enjoy the video, thanks John. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42799.1.3
There was also a third sister in the Olympic class ships: by Bruce Gibbins #42799.1.4
May 1907 - Ride through Victoria and Vancouver, Canada by John Kuvakas #42798Moderator
Good Trip John and thanks. by Jerry Vinson #42798.1
Very cool. Just returned from my first Canadian visit which included stays in Victoria & Vancouver. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42798.2
wow, I just sat in awe...one seemingly chaotic hurly-burly of people and animals. by Joop Gisbers #42798.3
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today #42797Moderator
PICs: Which Cadillac? by John Bono #42796
the 57 (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42796.1
the '57 is great, but going with the '61. The '62 is my favorite Caddy (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42796.2
+1. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42796.2.1
Gotta say I'm more partial for the '61. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42796.3
Uhh ... The red is a nice color (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42796.4
'57 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42796.5
Fins and skegs trumps fins alone. '61, please. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #42796.6
61 (EOM) by George Burgess #42796.7
Love them both but the 61 wins. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42796.8
'57 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42796.9
The '57. The first Cadillac I ever rode in was a 1957 Sedan de Ville. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42796.10
'57 (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42796.11
'62 is #1 for me, followed by the '57, then the '61, then the '58, then the '92-'02 Eldorado. by Bruce Parsons #42796.12
1/18th-scale Treasures at the Buick Nationals in Oklahoma City by Brian Laurance #42795
(Pic) . This one is available on eBay. Very expensive! by David Larsen #42795.1
Thank you, David. I like the Ebay one with the classic Mack truck, but the price by Brian Laurance #42795.1.1
Pics My Smith Miller Car Carrier by Robert M. Woolley #42795.2
Come on Robert, F-40's on an open hauler? It'll never happen! (EOM) by Don Anderson #42795.2.1
It's in Dubai where f40's are a dime a dozen. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42795.2.1.1Moderator
PIC: Ever hear of the Breaker Boys ? by Dick Johnson #42794
Wonder what the pampered millennials would think of this labor as a child muchless an adult (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42794.1
Millenials would probably resent being shown pictures like this by Bruce Gibbins #42794.1.1
Something to think about, by Dick Johnson #42793
(Pic) 1973 MOHS Safarikar by David Larsen #42792
A lot of thought and planning has gone into this vehicle. by Bruce Gibbins #42792.1
Not a fan of the '50s flat black paint on a car. This one is an exception. Looks great. Might be by Frank Kocour #42792.2
My Car Art #3 by Jani Bodmann #42791
What amazing skill set .... Your pix are so cool (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42791.1
You are quite talented sir. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42791.2
Nice work Jani. I like the differing angles you've chosen (EOM) by John Roberts #42791.2.1
+1 (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42791.2.1.1
+2 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42791.2.1.1.1
Very nice work, thanks for sharing. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42791.3
Good eye, Jani. You even caught the door handle tilt on the Chevy by Don Anderson #42791.4
Good going Jani! (EOM) by John Bono #42791.5
I'm enjoying your sketches, Jani. They have a nice feel to them. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42791.6
PIC: 1955 Cadillac. by Dick Johnson #42790
Stunning. Was hoping DM would have made a 1:24 just like this. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42790.1
Someone put a lot of work into this, by Dick Johnson #42789
For sure. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42789.1
Just a few trains, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42788
Love trains. Great pictures. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42788.1
"Crossing A Creek" is about as picturesque as it gets, but don't let the EPA see it. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42788.2
Wonderful pics, Dick. I'm a RR fan and RR Modeler in 1/87 Scale. by Bruce Gibbins #42788.3
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #42787
This reminds me of the time (many eons ago) when myself and two buddies hit the town for a night out by Frank Kocour #42787.1
Oh, to be that young again. by Bruce Gibbins #42787.1.1
PIC: The Model T Ford at work and play, well sort of play, by Dick Johnson #42786
PIC: 1961 Pontiac Ventura, My personal favorite Pontiac, by Dick Johnson #42785
My favorite year for the Pontiac the '61 But, I don't care for the so called bubble hard top by Bruce Parsons #42785.1
All 2 door hardtops were the same bubble roof! (EOM) by George Burgess #42785.1.1
That is why I like convertibles in '61 and the hard top on '62 (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42785.1.1.1
I also like the one color top and bottom. The two tone has had its time. by Don Anderson #42785.1.2
That is a beautiful example. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42785.2
My favorite Pontiac too! (EOM) by steve kiraly #42785.3
Mine too! (EOM) by John Bono #42785.3.1
Mine too! (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42785.3.1.1
A beautiful Wide Track Pontiac. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42785.4
VID: '57 DeSoto by John Kuvakas #42784Moderator
Not only exciting but delightfully delovely, too! The '55-'56 are my favorite DeSotos, though. by Al Dorado #42784.1
Beautiful year for DeSoto, (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42784.2
My favorite DeSoto the 57. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42784.3
Jed Clampett knows the answer to this one by John Kuvakas #42783Moderator
I got it (post inside spoiler alert) by Ed Glorius #42783.1
Ha! Texas T...black gold...Buddy Ebsen...also as Jim Bowey..I think! (EOM) by John Roberts #42783.1.1
Here ya go! by John Kuvakas #42783.1.1.1Moderator
Scott Forbes that played Jim in the TV series. "The Adventures of Jim Bowie" 3 seasons 1956-58 (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42783.1.1.2
And Fess Parker played Davy Crockett?..I think (EOM) by John Roberts #42783.1.1.2.1
Ebsen's character was named George Russell. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42783.1.1.2.1.1Moderator
That is the 1955 movie "Davy Crockett; King of the Wild Frontier" you guys are thinking of. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42783.1.1.2.1.1.1
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42782
PIC: 1895 Paris to Bordeaux race by John Kuvakas #42782.1Moderator
PIC: What if... by John Kuvakas #42781Moderator
Love it. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42781.1
Nice. The Canadian Pontiac Pariesienne was dressed with some GP trim pieces. (EOM) by steve kiraly #42781.2
PIC: Really like this one, John, and just had to play with it a bit.... by Terry Daly #42781.3
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today and New 1:18 & 1:43 Listings #42780Moderator
JB's latest post reminded me of influences as a child on what were my favourite cars... by John Roberts #42779
ME! ... I was influenced ... Matchbox cars ... I had so many by Dennis Mong #42779.1
Matchbox ruled my world back then...I must've had 200-300 cars/trucks... (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42779.1.1
John, I also remember that Packard so well. I was the littlest of four by Don Anderson #42779.2
John, I also remember that Packard so well. I was the littlest of four by Don Anderson #42779.3
That Army Ford was an American issue Don. Very rare today... by John Roberts #42779.3.1
Hmm, I don't think this was ever a case for me. by Jani Bodmann #42779.4
I was captivated from as early as I can remember by John Kuvakas #42779.4.1Moderator
No I was more inflence by seeing the real cars. Toy cars seldom were like the ones I liked,. by Gary Rockwood #42779.4.1.1
(PIC) I had a few Matchbox models (1:64?) one of which was a '58 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special. by Al Dorado #42779.5
Ive loved cars since my cousin's 49 98 Olds conv. I was three (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42779.6
I was influenced by the 1/1s. (EOM) by John Bono #42779.7
I think it was the first handful of the early Dinky '39 American sedans that by Bruce Gibbins #42779.8
PICs: Which Ford? by John Bono #42778
'55 for me! (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42778.1
+1 (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42778.1.1
The '53 gets my vote, tonight. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42778.2
The '55. Saw a pink and white one here in Georgetown today, top down. by Rick Thompson #42778.3
PIC: Tropical Rose and Snow Shoe White are the colors you described. by John Bono #42778.3.1
Yep, and they look great on a drop-top! (EOM) by Rick Thompson #42778.3.1.1
1955! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42778.4
The '55 definitely looks more interesting. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42778.5
I like the '53 best, but acknowledge that the '55 is a big step by Bruce Gibbins #42778.6
I very much like both but the '55 shades it. Loved the '56 too (EOM) by John Roberts #42778.6.1
'53 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42778.7
53 (EOM) by George Burgess #42778.8
53. Last of the flat heads. If the Fairlane was a Crown Victoria by Bob Jackman #42778.8.1
Probably the OHV V-8 55 (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42778.9
‘55, OHV V8, wrap-around windshield and 12 Volt electrics. by Dan Vincent #42778.10
Dan, the 55 Ford still had a six volt system. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42778.10.1
A 53 was my first memory of a car I rode in so I am fond of it. The 55 is my birth year car. by Gary Rockwood #42778.11
My Car Art #2 by Jani Bodmann #42777
Nicely done, Jani, thanks for sharing. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42777.1
Drawings by Rand Anderson #42777.2
Excellent! Can I commission one for my car?? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42777.3Moderator
I think I could do that, sure. by Jani Bodmann #42777.3.1
Nice work! (EOM) by John Bono #42777.4
PIC: American Bantam's, by Dick Johnson #42776
Nice, love the yeller one. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42776.1
Those little cars are as cute as puppies. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42776.2
1933 Packard Super Eight hunting wagon by Peter McAvoy & Son, by Dick Johnson #42775
It would be interesting to know what the current owners plans are for the old gal. by Bruce Gibbins #42775.1
PIC: A few for your viewing pleasure, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42774
Unusual paint combo on that '57 Pontiac Safari wagon. by Dan Vincent #42774.1
I always liked the look of the hood straps (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42774.1.1
Pontiac also used that combo on their '58s. The colors are Starmist Silver by Rick Thompson #42774.1.2
I really must look at other posts first Rick...didn't see your reply! (EOM) by John Roberts #42774.1.2.1
Agree - I'd be interested to hear Rick Thompson's take on this one (EOM) by John Roberts #42774.1.3
This colour is correct! (PIC) by John Roberts #42774.1.4
And drop-dead gorgeous, too. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #42774.1.4.1
I must make another Rick...one day! (EOM) by John Roberts #42774.1.4.1.1
I'll be glad to provide the donor sedan, JR, if you need it. In the meantime, by Rick Thompson #42774.1.4.1.1.1
Sorry, fat fingered 57 instead of 56. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42774.1.5
Prefer a '55 Pontiac over a '56. (EOM) by John Bono #42774.1.6
'59 Caddy is drop dead gorgeous .... I like it !!!!!! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42774.2
Excellent, '56 Pontiac Safari please, and I generally don't like wagons, but 2 door yes. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42774.3
Love the '55 Olds 98! (EOM) by John Bono #42774.4
Me too! (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42774.4.1
Darwin at work by Dick Johnson #42773
I love the ingenuity. Sure hope the tie downs are strong enough. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42773.1
Well ..... From what I see by Dennis Mong #42773.2
Who needs tie-downs, we got gravity? (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42773.3
Some very strange ideas, by Dick Johnson #42772
well, what about anger management on wheels ? (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42772.1
This design would be helpful during deer hunting season. (EOM) by Miles Germain #42772.2
PIC: A 1920 Ratchet Schneider Type 16500 by Dick Johnson #42771
Now there's one I never heard of. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42771.1
I think it may be Rochet Schneider? (EOM) by John Roberts #42771.1.1
+1 ... Same here ... I have soooo many questions .... by Dennis Mong #42771.2
VID: '57-'59 Plymouth by John Kuvakas #42770Moderator
I'll take the 59 please, to answer, the '57 was the best Plymouth ever at the time, of course. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42770.1
According to the video the '59 Sport Fury could be ordered with a four speed manual transmission. by Frank Kocour #42770.2
PIC: Great memories of my '59........ by John Bono #42770.3
Whew! Tuff car to say goodbye to. I sold my '57 Dodge a few yrs back but it was NOT a convertible. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42770.3.1
Slight edge to the 57 but really like both. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42770.4
I prefer the 57-58 over the 59. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42770.5
"The finest expression of the Forward Look in the low-priced field." (EOM) by Al Dorado #42770.6
Blind date by John Kuvakas #42769Moderator
LOL ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42769.1
(groan) (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42769.2
LOL ! (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42769.3
+1. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42769.3.1
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today and New 1:43 & 1:24 Listings #42768Moderator
PICs: Which Continental? '60 or '62 by John Bono #42767
Oh come on! Neither one is a REAL continental if they don't have by Don Anderson #42767.1
The '60 was an in your face car whereas the '62 was more Lincolnesque. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42767.1.1
the 62. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42767.1.2
The black one. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42767.2
'60 please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42767.3
I like both of them for exactly the opposite reasons. The 60 for it's by Bob Jackman #42767.4
I agree with Bob, love them both for same reasons he gave (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42767.4.1
Bob is exactly correct ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42767.4.2
I'll second that! (EOM) by John Roberts #42767.4.2.1
Well said. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42767.4.3Moderator
1962. If it were a 1961 with its one year grille, even better. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42767.4.4
The '60 is quite hideous. The '62 with its revised front is superb. Easy choice. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42767.5
The 62 was a ground breaking design proving luxury cars don’t have to be monstrous (EOM) by William McElfresh #42767.6
+ 1 (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42767.6.1
60 (EOM) by George Burgess #42767.7
The 61 by a mile, never did like the 60. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42767.8
The 62 (EOM) by David Angeloni #42767.9
Can rationalize why it's a tie, but I'm going with the over the top '60. (EOM) by John Bono #42767.10
PIC: Two with low mileage, by Dick Johnson #42766
1929 Studebaker President 8 with rumble seat .... Oh He'LL yeah !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42766.1
Gosh, golly, geewilikers, its the 1929 low mileage for me too (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42766.1.1
Love that Studebaker. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42766.2
Me too! Thought that third photo was the engine for a second!! (EOM) by John Roberts #42766.2.1
HA! ... I fell for that as well .... MY teeth fell out when I saw that pic (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42766.2.1.1
An exam for us seniors, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42765
I’ll do better next time, or the one after. What was the question? (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42765.1
What question? (EOM) by John Roberts #42765.1.1
Anyone remember the ‘53-‘55 Studillac? by Dan Vincent #42764
The Cadillac engine was a popular swap in a lot of cars. Mercury was another one. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42764.1
I put an Olds engine in a ‘49 Mercury. Didn’t have to modify the steering arms. by Dan Vincent #42764.1.1
I remember seeing in Hot Rod Magazine a 49 Fordillac - an old Ford with Caddy engine by Ron Dietrich #42764.2
Yes, I know a man who had one back in the day. (EOM) by John Bono #42764.3
My Car Art #1 by Jani Bodmann #42763
Very nice Jani. (EOM) by John Roberts #42763.1
Nice work, love those Citroens (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42763.2
Only things I can draw ... Is flies .... Raise my arms up and they fly right in .... LOL (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42763.3
Superb! We want more! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42763.4Moderator
You can bet on that. I've got plenty to go through. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42763.4.1
Quite the artist. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42763.5
Nice stuff, Jani, please post more, thanks. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42763.6
Excellent work ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42763.7
Nice! (EOM) by Geoff Jowett #42763.8
I always found drawing and painting cars to be a relaxation... by John Roberts #42763.8.1
Pics .. Found on FB with no captions by Jerry Vinson #42762
* * * THAT IS SO COOL * * * (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42762.1
Genius! (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42762.1.1
Reminds me of my wife when I say the wrong thing. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42762.2
LOL! (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42762.2.1
* * * R O T F L M A O * * * (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42762.2.2
Hilarious! (EOM) by John Bono #42762.2.3
LOL. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42762.2.4
Quite an explosion and great stop photography, lol. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42762.4
Looks like the Henry Ford in Greenfield Village in Dearborn. (EOM) by steve kiraly #42762.5
Steve, that's 100% correct. A display they've had for many years. I've stood next to this many times (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42762.5.1
Today, there's more components in your NAV system... (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42762.5.1.1
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #42761
Doh! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42761.1
"The Pillsbury Doughboy regrets marrying Lorena Bobbitt." (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42761.2
PIC: A few for your viewing pleasure, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42760
I love the colors of the Olds in pic #1. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42760.1
That was my pick too. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42760.1.1
With all that chrome trim the metallic colors really set it off. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42760.1.1.1
Same here... (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42760.1.2
Yep! (EOM) by John Bono #42760.1.3
Luv the green Olds. The gold '60 Imperial looks so elegant. And massive. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42760.2
Those Imperials!!! And that Cadillac!! All gorgeous! (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42760.3
Love that Mercury.... my parents had one! (EOM) by William McElfresh #42760.4
I love ‘50’s Oldsmobile’s but that GMC rings my bell. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42760.5
'59 Caddy ... then ... '57 GMC (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42760.6
I'll be down to earth guy, the '64 Galaxie 500 please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42760.7
Another vote for that green '52 Olds. Don't see a lot by Ralph Regalbuto #42760.8
Six little stories, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42759
Great little reminder....thanks Dick. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42759.1
Old ad for wheel ants, by Dick Johnson #42758
Now THAT'S why I don't like wire wheels! You can get ants! by Don Anderson #42758.1
Did they have one for ants in your pants too? (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42758.2
PIC: 1939 Mercedes Benz 770 touring car, by Dick Johnson #42757
Its a beautiful car but the Nazi historical connection spoils it for me. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42757.1
PIC: A little custom work to start your day, by Dick Johnson #42756
No thanks. The Paris Hilton car at least has matching calipers...a "must have". Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42756.1
I'm not a custom car guy but I actually like the Stolstice (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42756.2
Me too... (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42756.2.1
+2 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42756.2.1.1
+3 (EOM) by John Roberts #42756.2.1.1.1
It looks to me like that Solstice would wheelie in a head wind. (EOM) by Don Anderson #42756.3
The Solstice is impressive, understated and nicely done. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42756.4
VID: 5 Greatest Cadillacs by John Kuvakas #42755Moderator
Can’t say I agree. (EOM) by steve kiraly #42755.1
I have never been a Cadillac guy but it is a good video. Thanks John. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42755.2
I agree with the '41, 48-9....but not the rest. IMO '53, '57 & '62 are the final 3. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42755.3
Jack I agree with all of your thoughts except I would substitute by Bob Jackman #42755.3.1
I would bet most people would agree with you on that call. I just have by Jack Dodds #42755.3.1.1
The '48/'49 Club Coupe is my all-time favorite Cadillac. by Al Dorado #42755.4
Can't take this video seriously. No Cimarron. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42755.5
PIC: Or Catera, the Caddy that... by John Kuvakas #42755.5.1Moderator
Zigs! (EOM) by Andy Sixsmith #42755.5.1.1
‘48 & ‘49 fastback with the OHV V8 of ‘49 getting my vote. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42755.6
1. nice, 2. nice, 3. ugly boat, 4. outrageous opulent boat, 5. not bad, not good by Bruce Parsons #42755.7
'41, '48-9, '53, '56 & '57. (EOM) by John Bono #42755.8
Something to think about by John Kuvakas #42754Moderator
LOL ! (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42754.1
LOL. How about "sports, cars & insects" = cricket? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42754.2
Profound! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42754.2.1Moderator
VID: New Bentley Flying Spur by John Kuvakas #42753Moderator
Understated class. I want one in my next life. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42753.1
Very impressive. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42753.2
Not for me. The nose looks retro-Rover to my eyes. Otherwise its lovely. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42753.3
....and of course I could never afford it anyways. :-) (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42753.3.1
Nice!! The all-new Bentley Continental GT convertible is a knockout, too. My dream super cars. by Al Dorado #42753.4
Ridiculous waist of money. Sinful, you could feed a whole African starving nation for a year! (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42753.5
That would make a great Buick. (EOM) by David Crowe #42753.6
If you have the bucks, why not. (EOM) by John Bono #42753.7
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today & New 1:24 Listings #42752Moderator
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42750
Omg. So tragic. Never heard about this before. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42750.1
If you follow international motor racing this was the big one that not by Don Anderson #42750.2
VID: New Brooklin Collection by John Kuvakas #42749Moderator
An unusual genre to produce. Not my area of interest but I hope BRK do well with it. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42749.1
They'll be available in the Vatican store as well. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42749.1.1Moderator
Ah...of course. Guaranteed sales success then I would imagine. Good for BRK. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42749.1.1.1
This was one of the avenues that the new management wished to explore... by John Roberts #42749.1.2
Brooklins new management is pretty obvious in this series by Bruce Gibbins #42749.1.2.1
PICs: Which of the '57 Chrysler Corp lineup do you like best? by John Bono #42748
A tie between Dodge & DeSoto in general. Of these ones....DeSoto. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42748.1
300C (EOM) by David Larsen #42748.2
+1...without a doubt (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42748.2.1
My favorite year DeSoto 1957 please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42748.3
If that Plymouth was the '58, but since it's not, I'll go for the 300C. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42748.4
All of them, but I'll give it to the Chrysler 300 if I have to choose (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42748.5
Dodge and Plymouth for me, then the 300 (EOM) by John Roberts #42748.6
Tie between Chrysler & DeSoto (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42748.7
Desoto (EOM) by George Burgess #42748.8
The Desoto. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42748.9
DeSoto. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42748.9.1
Chrysler 300, Dodge, Imperial, DeSoto, Plymouth (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42748.10
Plymouth and Dodge (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42748.11
DeSoto gets my vote. (EOM) by John Bono #42748.12
John Kuvakas by Lee Barr #42747Moderator
LOL! Thanks, Lee. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42747.1Moderator
haha, I think it's funny, too. Wish I'd thought of it! heehee (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42747.2
Gee...which person are you suggesting might be John? :-) (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42747.3
My story with a 1970 Subaru 360, by Dick Johnson #42746
Good story. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42746.1
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #42745
PIC: A few foreign for fun, by Dick Johnson #42744
The "unknown" car looks VW Golf based to me. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42744.1
I believe that would be an early '90s Polo, actually. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42744.1.1
Retractable? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42744.1.1.1Moderator
Recyclable?? (EOM) by John Roberts #42744.1.1.1.1
REdiculous? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42744.1.1.1.1.1
The old saying:They are all Greek to me. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42744.2
PIC: Caption this, by Dick Johnson #42743
I wonder if this is a limbing saw for heli-logging? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42743.1
I've seen these in use by contractors hired by the power conpanies by Bob Jackman #42743.2
(Video) Helicopter tree trimming. by Frank Kocour #42743.2.1
A Chrysler A57 Multibank 30 cylinder tank engine won't fit in a Prius I am sure, by Dick Johnson #42742
VIDEO: 100 years of Hudson with some pictures of other Hudson's as well, by Dick Johnson #42741
Some history from WW2 75 years ago, by Dick Johnson #42740
I've read about and have seen videos regarding this town. What a tragedy. (EOM) by Sal Lomma #42740.1
I can't believe I've never heard of this atrocity! I wonder why not???? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42740.2
I visited this place about 12 years ago. It is indeed a sobering experience... by John Roberts #42740.3
John, were you told the reason for the German army massacring civilians like this? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42740.3.1
I found it. Apparent retaliation for French Resistance holding a German officer. Monsters. by Jack Dodds #42740.3.1.1
It seems so awful and is was that awful. I fear however by Bruce Gibbins #42740.3.1.1.1
Some low mileage originals, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42739
Luv that '56 Cadillac! Beautiful color combo. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42739.1
+1 (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42739.1.1
+1 Me too. So representative of the era. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42739.1.2
Amazingly low miles on the gorgeous Studebaker. Must be a museum piece. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42739.2
The Studebaker is gorgeous but not enough engine. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42739.3
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42738
Not the car to steal if you want to "blend in" and go unnoticed. What a Loser. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42738.1
If you want to "poke the police hornet's nest", go steal a doughnut truck. Not smart! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42738.2
Very good thanks. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42738.3
VID: Square Birds by John Kuvakas #42737Moderator
I really enjoyed this clip. Thanks John! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42737.1
I was surprised at the increase in sales numbers each year. I'm also by Jack Dodds #42737.2
Very good. I really like the 58-60 Birds. Thanks John. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42737.3
Me too, ‘58 -‘60, don’t care for them after ‘60. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42737.3.1
VID: 14 Notable Designs by John Kuvakas #42736Moderator
Irony by John Kuvakas #42735Moderator
"Show's over folks... you can all go home now. Drive safe!" (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42735.1
I'd prefer that to "passing in the bathroom". (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42735.2
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today and New 1:24 & 1:43 Listings #42734Moderator
I know how much a lot of the guys here like old Citroens especially the 2CV and DS models by Bruce Gibbins #42733
Citroen boat tail by Alan Dinsmore #42733.1
Yes it is awesome, great post, thanks. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42733.2
Extremely interesting car and story. Never knew this car existed. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42733.3
PICS: John Kuvakas, here is an incomplete revision of the Corvair/Daytona rendering you offered.... by Terry Daly #42732
Wow! Nice work, Terry. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42732.1Moderator
Might be nice work but the result just looks ugly to me. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42732.2
Me, too! (EOM) by Terry Daly #42732.2.1
I liked the second rendition until he ran into that block of concrete! Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42732.2.1.1
PICs: Which Corvette? '59 or '61 by John Bono #42731
'61 design is nicer front and rear. Love them both though. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42731.1
I prefer the 59 (EOM) by David Angeloni #42731.2
I love both... by Robert Bolin #42731.3
+1. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42731.3.1
+2 (EOM) by Rick Scoville #42731.3.3
Who is my favorite daughter .... UMMMMMM .... " 59 " (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42731.4
'61 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42731.5
59 (EOM) by George Burgess #42731.6
'59 for color, '61 for style (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42731.7Moderator
The answer is 1957, but I'll go full toothy grille and say 1959. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42731.8
61 please, my favorite vette has always been the 62. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42731.9
Why’d you pick the ‘61? (EOM) by steve kiraly #42731.9.1
Yeah, the crossover year. by Robert Bolin #42731.9.2
The '59. Esp. in that color. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42731.10
I remember in the summer of 1960 the GM boys racing Bill Mitchell's by Don Anderson #42731.11
They're both good looking cars. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42731.11.1
I like the grill and color of the '60. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42731.12
It's a tie for me. (EOM) by John Bono #42731.13
PIC: PS of James Laga and the Valiant station wagon, by Dick Johnson #42730
As usual, I prefer the trim. But it looks great as a shooting brake. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42730.1
The front door is a bit out of proportion on the two door version but, otherwise, I like it. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42730.2
Maybe removing the smaller window of the rear door area would improve it??? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42730.2.1
A few from General Motors, enjoy. by Dick Johnson #42729
The fixings of a pretty fair collection right here. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42729.1
I've come to really like the relatively simple nose design of the '57 Vette. by Jack Dodds #42729.2
I've always LOVED the '70 Chevelle SS 396 & 454. Better than '71 & '72. by Jack Dodds #42729.3
+1 (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42729.3.1
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #42728
Very funny stuff, Dick, one of your better joke entries. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42728.1
Pic .. 1920s ? Motorcycle Limo by Jerry Vinson #42727
1942 the Hornet aircraft carrier leaving San Frisco, a great history photo, by Dick Johnson #42726
Faked out again, I was expecting a Hudson Hornet. Love War Ships thanks (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42726.1
Wow, a plethora of planes! (EOM) by Al Dorado #42726.2
Great photo, and color! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42726.3
I did a report in 5th grade about Doolittle's raid. by Robert Bolin #42726.4
Brings to mind "The Top of The Mark". A must see if you're in " The City By The Bay "......... by John Bono #42726.5
I like to think that this was the voyage that started out as by Bruce Gibbins #42726.6
A Ford wind tunnel test truck, by Dick Johnson #42725
This thing would be very efficient and slippery in reverse. :-) (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42725.1
Mainly as an ice pick, but not any more aerodynamic. Note the by Don Anderson #42725.2
PIC: The 1899 Autocar, by Dick Johnson #42724
Faked me out, Autocar usually means large heavy duty truck (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42724.1
Wrong... Duryea was made in 1893, Olds in 1897 Buick in 1899. by Miles Germain #42724.2
Duryea was the first, but Autocar was founded in 97, same as Olds. as by Robert Bolin #42724.2.1
(PIC) a very similar Oldsmobile by David Holcombe #42724.3
The story of Rolls Royce cars being used for garbage trucks, by Dick Johnson #42723
Found their true calling. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42723.1
Must be a RR engine, coz the grill is a 34 Ford. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42723.2
PIC: Not car related but enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42722
Aaaaw! (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42722.1
PIC: Some pickups, by Dick Johnson #42721
Here's my 1:43 version of another. (pic) by David Holcombe #42721.1
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #42720
Sounds like a conundrum lol (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42720.1
The cheeky devils are at it again, eh? (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42720.2
PIC: Low mileage all original 1970 Cadillac by Dick Johnson #42719
A beauty (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42719.1
Sailing sailing! (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42719.2
The front seats were so high you couldn't put by Miles Germain #42719.3
Nice! I'd put on slightly wider whites and a "V" under the hood & trunk crests. by Al Dorado #42719.4
I HAVE TO HAVE THAT CADDY .... I LIKE IT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42719.5
Nice Caddy but not in "funeral black". (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42719.6
1953 Jaguar by Dick Johnson #42718
I would be in love if it was only a convertible. To me sport 2 seaters don't look right as a ht. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42718.1
Beautiful car. One in my fantasy garage - but I'd have it in white (EOM) by John Roberts #42718.2
Is the stealthy cat an XK150, John? (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42718.2.1
XK120 Bruce. Over-ornamented though - lose the whitewalls... by John Roberts #42718.2.1.1
Beautiful car! IMO the coupe was better looking than the convertible. Well, maybe not. . . (EOM) by David Holcombe #42718.3
Both are beautiful in my eyes (EOM) by John Roberts #42718.3.1
+1 Stunningly beautiful styling. Love the 120 & 140. Agree on white as well. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42718.3.1.1
For some reason the Brits really love this pea soup green. I think maybe by Don Anderson #42718.4
London is a remote town in the south east...nothing like Britain (EOM) by John Roberts #42718.4.1
Lol! And there is NOTHING quite like south-west Britain. Beautiful. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42718.4.1.1
PIC: A stretched 4 seat Mercedes 190 SL with suicide rear doors, by Dick Johnson #42717
Talk about out of proportion. Guess the designer wanted to ride with a top hat on. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42717.1
Horrible waste. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42717.2
PIC: A Briggs and Stratton 1908 only two ever built and a 1934 Bendix only one built, by Dick Johnson #42716
Pics: the real thing, lol. by Bruce Parsons #42716.1
I have three Briggs and Strattons. by Robert Bolin #42716.1.1
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42715
More new information, Michael, thanks for sharing. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42715.1
VID: '63 Ford 400 427 by John Kuvakas #42714Moderator
Total Sleeper! Would be very cool in 1/24! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42714.1
Awesome. One of my favorites, (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42714.2
I would like to know the story behind this car being built and surviving. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42714.3
Scary stuff! by John Kuvakas #42713Moderator
OMG! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42713.1
oh kay! (EOM) by John Bono #42713.2
O.K.! (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #42713.3
LOL ! (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42713.4
A bona fide groaner...... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42713.5
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today & New 1:24 Offerings #42712Moderator
PICs - Gilmore Exihibit: Duesenberg Part 5 by John Merritt #42711
Working off the notion that there is no such thing as a bad Duesenberg by Bruce Gibbins #42711.1
For whatever reason, I like that waterfall grill. Unusual for a Duesenberg for sure, but to by Rick Scoville #42711.1.1
PICs: Which Chrysler? '48 or '49 by John Bono #42710
'48. The '49 is nice but just doesn't have the class the '48 has. (EOM) by John Merritt #42710.1
+1 (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42710.1.1Moderator
+2. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42710.1.1.1
+3 (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42710.1.1.1.1
+4 (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42710.1.1.1.1.1
The styling of the '48 rates with me, but the '49 utilizes interior space much better. Toss-up! (EOM) by David Holcombe #42710.2
48 please, could I have it in the 49's color GREEN. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42710.3
Too close to call really although either or both would suit me well enough. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42710.4
+1 (EOM) by Sal Lomma #42710.4.1
+1 (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42710.4.2
The '49. There must have been an option on the wood trim. I've seen other '49 Chryslers that by Frank Kocour #42710.5
If I remember correctly. In the beginning of the model year they were made with by John Merritt #42710.5.1
I prefer the ‘48 styling. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42710.6
The minimal "frog eye" headlights and harmonica grille are awesome. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42710.6.1
Love them both but I have to go with the iconic '48. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42710.7
'48 for sure.....in '49 they began to look frumpy. (EOM) by John Bono #42710.8
PICs - Gilmore Exihibit: Duesenberg Part 4 by John Merritt #42709
Both are works of art! (EOM) by John Bono #42709.1
Many thanks for posting all of these Duesenberg pix, John by Bruce Gibbins #42709.2
PICs - Gilmore Exihibit: Duesenberg Part 3 by John Merritt #42708
Cuteness overload, not car related. by Dick Johnson #42707
For sure! (EOM) by John Bono #42707.1
Love it, love it, love it! (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42707.2
PIC: 1959 ElCamino, by Dick Johnson #42706
The first generation......so cool. (EOM) by John Bono #42706.1
Love it. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42706.2
Beautiful, prefer a 409 or 427 under the hood and A/C (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42706.3
Very nice....so unique looking. Prefer the 1960 though. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42706.4
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #42705
No kidding. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42705.1
Lol.....for sure! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42705.2
PIC: Packard woody, by Dick Johnson #42704
Great color contrast, (EOM) by John Bono #42704.1
Gorgeous car and color. (EOM) by John Merritt #42704.2
Most photographs of this Packard woody are taken at an angle by Bruce Gibbins #42704.3
PIC -Like this..... by Jerry Gorsuch #42704.3.1
Yes, Jerry, a photograph exactly like that one. Thanks for that. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42704.3.1.1
This perspective really shows off the wood. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42704.3.1.1.1
Another Beauty!! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42704.4
Caption these two, by Dick Johnson #42703
They walk among us and they vote and talk in loud voices about other peoples behavior. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42703.1
I wonder what the trailer in the first pic is attached to. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42703.2
The boards. (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #42703.2.1
Lol. Omg....I think you're right! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42703.2.1.1
VW Woody kit (EOM) by John Roberts #42703.3
LOL. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42703.3.1
This man says he walked away from this wreck at 115 MPH in his 1956 Ford, by Dick Johnson #42702
I hope he purchased a lottery ticket. (EOM) by John Bono #42702.1
Probably no more car insurance for a while though. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42702.2
Wow, this fellow should be dead for so many reasons. His mission on earth wasn't yet fulfilled. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42702.3
Ford's all-new Lifeguard safety features for 1956 may have helped. by Al Dorado #42702.4
Just wasn't his time to go. No other reason he should have walked away from that mess. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42702.5
Two originals and un restored, by Dick Johnson #42701
I have the 33 Ford from Franklin Mint sold as a replica of John Dillinger's Car. by Bruce Gibbins #42701.1
The '34 Ford deserves a restoration; especially being a 2dr. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42701.2
What talent, this is awesome, by Dick Johnson #42700
......and inclusive too. The soldiers are wearing helmets that show them by Bruce Gibbins #42700.1
Eerie. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42700.1.1
Yes it is ...but beautifully done as well. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42700.1.1.1
PICS: Photos of Dick Johnson's recently posted '60 Pontiac Catalina 2dr. Sedan..... by Terry Daly #42699
#2 please, looks good; don't like names or numbers on cars. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42699.1
I'm definitely a "badges & numbers & trim" guy. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42699.2
The Mitsouka from Japan, by Dick Johnson #42698
Almost us ugly as a Lexus! (EOM) by steve kiraly #42698.1
Imo, Lexus is much fuglier, at least in front. That goes for all Lexus models. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42698.1.1
And sadly, other makes are starting to show their fugly version of the Lexus..... (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #42698.1.1.1
You know what this reminds me of? by Jani Bodmann #42698.2
Agree. They are both hideous. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42698.2.1
The Mistaka? (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42698.3
LOL! (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42698.3.1
Now this is a masive wedding cake, by Dick Johnson #42697
Ostentatious. (EOM) by Brian Cox #42697.1
unbelievable.... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42697.2
Waste. (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #42697.3
Ridiculous (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42697.4
I love it! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42697.5
I want to eat the carriage. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42697.6Moderator
Wastefull (EOM) by John Munro #42697.7
Waist-full? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42697.7.1Moderator
Whoa ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42697.8
expensive (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42697.9
No class, not style and no imagination, but who cares how the by Bruce Gibbins #42697.10
They must have a big freezer. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42697.11
...or a very loooong guest list. Hope it comes with an application to Jenny Craig. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42697.11.1
Caloric. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42697.12
The sad part is....probably most of it was thrown out. All for show. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42697.13
And some from Packard, by Dick Johnson #42696
Packards were certainly works of art, esp. in the 20s & 30s. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42696.1
+1 They faded in the 40s IMO. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42696.1.1
oh, my.... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42696.2
Wonderfully crafted. Too stunning to be real. Yet there they are alive and well in all their glory. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42696.3
In my mind they gave Duesys a run for their money. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42696.4
Packard was pure class. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42696.5
PIC: A 1927 Hudson supercharged sports tourer, by Dick Johnson #42695
only for the brave of heart ? (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42695.1
Now this is kick ass. (EOM) by John Bono #42695.2
+1 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42695.2.1
This old gal looks like some poor fellows enraged mother-in-law by Bruce Gibbins #42695.3
Very cool! Has the presence/stance of a Bentley. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42695.4
Back when a station wagon was king of the road this 1973 Chrysler Town and Country, by Dick Johnson #42694
truly big cars.....and the other one seems Rolls-Royce-ish... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42694.1
Sailing sailing! (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42694.2
Love the Chrysler, the other is too hearse like. (EOM) by John Bono #42694.3
I believe the Rolls is in fact a hearse. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42694.3.1
What a massive and powerful cruiser. I preferred and owned the Chevy Caprice wagon. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42694.4
1962 Volvo from the TV series The Saint, by Dick Johnson #42693
Amazing that this "swiss cheese" mess could have been saved. I love this car. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42693.1
If OK, this is a away from the car business. by Jerry Vinson #42692
Great and thanks for sharing. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42692.1
I am not able to watch this, Jerry, but I can tell from your post that the film by Bruce Gibbins #42692.2
Thank you Bruce. It does for sure. (EOM) by Jerry Vinson #42692.2.1
Very inspirational. Great speaker. I wish that hokey music had not been added to the film. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42692.3
Agree Frank. It would have much more just to hear him speak. (EOM) by Jerry Vinson #42692.3.1
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #42691
That stunk, lol. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42691.1
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: New 1:18 and Several New 1:24 Listings #42690Moderator
(pics) If the '35 Hudson were made today (with modern mechanicals) would you be by David Holcombe #42689
He'll yeah! Hudson, Chevy, Chrysler, whatever! by Robert Bolin #42689.1
Oh He'll Yeah ( X 2 ) ... I so totally agree ... In a "Heart Beat" (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42689.1.1
Me too. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42689.1.1.1
Most definitely! Or, He'll yeah! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42689.1.2
Oh, yes. I'd be leaving for the dealership as soon as they open. even for just one day. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42689.2
Maybe for looks but not for comfort if they had the original interior. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42689.3Moderator
Yes but would prefer an all original example. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42689.4
Definitely....in coupe form! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42689.5
Yes I would. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42689.6
would that really work ? (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42689.7
PICs: Which '33? Packard or Pierce-Arrow by John Bono #42688
Packard, hands down! (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42688.1
Hands down here too! (EOM) by John Roberts #42688.1.1
The Packard is absolutely stunning! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42688.2
The Packard...another stunner! (EOM) by David Angeloni #42688.3
Both are true classics. I prefer the Packard. (EOM) by David Holcombe #42688.4
+1 (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42688.4.1
Packard. Then still the leader in the luxury car market. by Bruce Gibbins #42688.5
The Packard is rolling art. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42688.6
Packard (EOM) by Sal Lomma #42688.7
Love both but slight edge to the Packard. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42688.8
Tough choice, but Packard wins it for me. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42688.9
Also, the Packard. These are two of the nicest auto photos you've posted. Thanks, John. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42688.10
Close but I choose the Packard. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42688.11
It's unanimous..... (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #42688.12
Packard for sure! (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42688.13
Packard or Pierce-Arrow? It's got to be the Packard. (EOM) by John Bono #42688.14
Brooklin Diaries for Jun 5 by John Kuvakas #42687Moderator
Thanks JK! Did you notice the rare 1947 Buick Wildcat? I've pointed out the typo to Martyn! (EOM) by John Roberts #42687.1
Must have been a prototype!! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42687.1.1Moderator
PIC: A few for your viewing pleasure, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42686
The Hudson is the one that really catches my eye. Great! And thanks for the post, Dick. (EOM) by David Holcombe #42686.1
+1 (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42686.1.1
+2. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42686.1.1.1
+3 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42686.1.1.1.1
Mine too. I'm going to mention this one to Nigel. (EOM) by John Roberts #42686.1.2
Even my wife liked that Hudson. Gorgeous! (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42686.1.3
The '57 Chrysler is the one in the video below. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42686.2Moderator
I hope the '62 & 63 Chrycos get done in 1:43; they are so different. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42686.3
The New Yorker and the Hudson please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42686.4
Love the Hudson! (EOM) by John Bono #42686.5
Ditto the 1933 Hudson and the 57 Imperial as the wild card. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42686.6
PIC: Some 2 CV's playing on the water, by Dick Johnson #42685
??????? (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42685.1
A couple more about trains, by Dick Johnson #42684
The log bridge was typical for the logging and coal industries. by Robert Bolin #42684.1
Those Shay geared locos were amazing. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42684.2
PIC: Toyota Yaris for racing, by Dick Johnson #42683
Oh... my old race car bed from 1975! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42683.1
Caption this by Dick Johnson #42682
No swimming in the gene pool...!!! (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42682.1
Haha, he's your responsibility now! (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42682.2
Original pic by John Kuvakas #42682.3Moderator
Thanks, John. (EOM) by David Holcombe #42682.3.1
That's a relief! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42682.3.2
That is really not the same now is it? Bring back the baby, now that is scary. by Bruce Gibbins #42682.3.3
Who's throwing him to who? And are they throwing him back and fore?... by John Roberts #42682.4
The baby hurl! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42682.4.1Moderator
Way better than hurling babies. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42682.4.1.1Moderator
After 14 hours non-stop flying, I can certainly think of some babies that I and many by Bruce Gibbins #42682.4.1.1.1
Photoshop what fun. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42682.5
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #42681
Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42681.1
LOL. You got me. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42681.2
Somebody wasn't paying attention, sad, by Dick Johnson #42680
Or was doing something very stupid. (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #42680.1
OUCH!! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42680.2
Or maybe his brakes went out! (EOM) by David Angeloni #42680.3
Someone trod on the rod (EOM) by John Roberts #42680.3.1
Dear Allstate........ (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42680.4
PIC: A few foreign for your viewing pleasure, by Dick Johnson #42679
Some good stuff here, Dick, thanks for sharing. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42679.1
The Austin 1800 was also available as a pick-up, wow, Bruce, really? (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42679.2
You had the ute...we didn't! Can't think how that suspension held up though (EOM) by John Roberts #42679.2.1
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that '62 Citroen! (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42679.3
PIC: Over loaded, by Dick Johnson #42678
.......and then some, (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42678.1
What were they thinking? (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42678.2
.....especially with the "bucket baby"....good grief! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42678.2.1
Indian Hills by John Kuvakas #42677Moderator
.....and not the one with the big shoes. (EOM) by John Bono #42677.1
Lol. No one needs a size 16 up the keester. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42677.1.1
LOL! (EOM) by John Bono #42677.1.1.1
That response would be in vein. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #42677.2
Ha! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42677.2.1Moderator
PIC: What if... by John Kuvakas #42676Moderator
Looks better than some of the other cars at Talladega. (EOM) by John Bono #42676.1
The Montona (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42676.2
Now I know what to do with that old Corvair sittin' in the back forty. by Don Anderson #42676.3
Very interesting, John, I'll play with this one a bit when time permits. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42676.4
My impression: too low for my taste I don't care for the tires tucked into the wheel well. by Bruce Parsons #42676.5
VID: '57 Chrysler New Yorker Convertible by John Kuvakas #42675Moderator
WOW! (EOM) by John Bono #42675.1
The color makes this car IMO. Very nice...owner is too. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42675.2
That's how my 1957 Dodge started. "Press the N button." (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42675.3
Absolutely a gorgeous GREEN car. And the rest of the garage too. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42675.4
Trouble ahead! by John Kuvakas #42674Moderator
ROTFLMAO - as an ex-Navy veteran, I find this He-Larry-Us! (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42674.1
LOL....now that's good. (EOM) by John Bono #42674.2
LOL. Someone please throw a net over those lips. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42674.3
Nowadays it’s OK as long as they’re not plastic. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42674.4
Lol....good one! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42674.5
LOL ! (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42674.6
They look safe to me. They're all closed. (EOM) by Don Anderson #42674.7
I don't get it? (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42674.8
"Loose lips" (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42674.8.1Moderator
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today & New 1:24 Listings #42673Moderator
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42672
I don't think drive thru banking existed in Canada back then. This surprises me. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42672.1
PICs: Which Cadillac? '53 or '55 by John Bono #42671
The '53 with the Continental Kit removed. Nice car. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42671.1
+1 Agree. Love the color! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42671.1.1
The proportions on the 55 are almost perfect! Great body lines.. (EOM) by William McElfresh #42671.2
Both are beautiful, going with the '55 (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42671.3
'55 is my preference. (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42671.4
'53's my choice. Always liked that style over what came after. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42671.5
Love both but the 53 by the slightest margin. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42671.6
+1...I agree (EOM) by John Roberts #42671.6.1
+2 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42671.6.2
55 (EOM) by George Burgess #42671.7
Fifty five, please. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #42671.8
Also 1955 (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42671.9
1953! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42671.10
'53 (EOM) by David Larsen #42671.11
‘53 but the ‘55 is nice too. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42671.12
tough choice - but 55 (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42671.13
No contest. The 53 by a country mile - color pops my cork thats for sure. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #42671.14
Both are nice but for me it's the '53 just as it sits. (EOM) by John Bono #42671.15
R.I.P. Dr. John (Malcolm John Rebennack) (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42670
Dr. John by Rand Anderson #42670.1
Thta's pretty sad really. Dr John always seemed to be every where at one point by Bruce Gibbins #42670.2
PIC: Any one want a Pantera ? by Dick Johnson #42669
That is soooo Wrong ... that car deserves so much better (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42669.1
Am I incorrect in guessing that might also be an Alpine? (EOM) by Don Anderson #42669.2
You would be correct, it's an Alpine A310. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42669.2.1
There's one in a similar state 6 miles away from me... by John Roberts #42669.2.1.1
Maybe it was stolen and put away wet. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42669.3
Ha!...still a great shame though. (EOM) by John Roberts #42669.3.1
Car show at local Ford dealer pt4 by Gary Rockwood #42668
Nice photos through Parts 1-4. Thanks, Gary, for a nice variety. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42668.1
Okay I've seen Fords with the hood open before but come on, this by Don Anderson #42668.2
A nice show.....thanks for sharing. (EOM) by John Bono #42668.3
Car show at local Ford dealer pt3 by Gary Rockwood #42667
Wow! A ton of fascinating cars, Gary. Thanks! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42667.1Moderator
Thanks! You made this Mustang lovers day. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42667.2
Car show at local Ford dealer pt2 by Gary Rockwood #42666
If that GT 350 is a '64 it's worth a bunch of money. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42666.1
Car show at local Ford dealer pt1. There were over 100 cars. If I made a mistake on the year by Gary Rockwood #42665
How’d you get those two red T-birds to stick to the wall like that? (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42665.1
Nice to see more of the early 60s Ford pickups at shows now. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42665.2
PIC: A few trains, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42664
wow, those frozen in time-pics really got me... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42664.1
I would never expect to see trains abandoned like that. I'm saddened by it. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42664.1.1
Id really like to know the story behind them both (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42664.1.1.1
A trip back in the time machine, enjoy by Dick Johnson #42663
Thanks Dick. Always fun seeing these trips back in time. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42663.1
I don't think that 4th photo is an operating room. More likely it's a by Rick Thompson #42663.2
Fantastic pics. The first one is the basis for a lot of PS photos where the mountain they are on by Frank Kocour #42663.3
PIC: 1960 Pontiac Catalina with tri power, by Dick Johnson #42662
Nice car! A real brute! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42662.1
My kind of Pontiac, Dick, thanks for sharing this one. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42662.2
Nice car. It looks a bit odd as a 2dr. sedan; maybe I'm just used to the more common 2drht. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42662.3
Agree. (EOM) by John Bono #42662.3.1
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #42661
Oh CRAP !!!! .... My sides are hurting .... Stop it !!!!! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42661.1
PICs: D Day and the invasion of Normandy by John Kuvakas #42660Moderator
My father and uncles all served in WWII. I am forever greatful to them and all who gave their lives. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42660.1
We owe them our thanks and gratitude. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42660.2
We often view the Normandy landings +from an over all perspective, but its by Bruce Gibbins #42660.3
Try as we might, I doubt we could truly appreciate the horror of it all. by Jack Dodds #42660.3.1
Born in July 1939 I can remember how our family listened to the war reports on the radio and maps in by Dan Vincent #42660.4
VID: 1965 Impala SS 396/425 hp by John Kuvakas #42659Moderator
Very nice car. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42659.1
Beautiful and rare Chevy. No one would be thrashing it like that if I owned it! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42659.2
LOL. Are you suggesting that the person who was driving is not the owner and that the owner had no by Frank Kocour #42659.2.1
LOL. I'm sure the owner knew...or was driving. The final burn out made me wince though. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42659.2.1.1
...mind you I'm fairly sure the owner could afford to fix it. :-) (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42659.2.1.1.1
A tribute to our veterans and remembering Normandy 75 years later, by Dick Johnson #42658
They were brave men. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42658.1
The fact that the producers of the film referred to in this story needed to resort by Bruce Gibbins #42658.2
1972? by John Kuvakas #42657Moderator
Ha! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42657.1
America: Horse with no name by David Larsen #42657.2
Incredible harmonies (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42657.2.1Moderator
Ha! I get it now thanks to your explanation David. The old brain must be slowing up (EOM) by John Roberts #42657.2.2
I've been through the desert on a horse with no name. It felt good to be out of the rain by Dennis Mong #42657.3
I saw America and The Doobie Brothers in an outdoor concert at by Jack Dodds #42657.4
On this day in motive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42656
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today & New 1:24 Listings #42655Moderator
PICs: Which '60? International or Willys by John Bono #42654
Willy's forever! (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42654.1
Love the Jeep (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42654.2
The International is a forgotten great! (pics) Of course we all like the Jeep, but International by David Holcombe #42654.3
Jeep. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42654.3.1
As far as I am concerned they were both junk the day they were built, no thank you. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42654.3.2
Willys. Its a classic (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42654.3.3
It seems as though IH were looking to have a shot at the domestic recreational market by Bruce Gibbins #42654.3.4
So am I the only one who saw the name scripts PAINTED on the by Don Anderson #42654.3.5
Willys for me...especially in that colour! (EOM) by John Roberts #42654.4
Jeep of course (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42654.5
The Jeepster by a mile. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42654.6
Interesting conundrum. I'll go full cute/agricultural and choose Jeep. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42654.7
Willy’s! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42654.8
The Jeep has all the charm but the Travelall was obviously ahead of its time. by David Larsen #42654.9
Willys by J.D. Simmons #42654.10
Willys for its history. Travellall is a nice period piece though. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42654.11
The Willys is adorable. (EOM) by John Bono #42654.12
(PIC) 1938 Packard 1604 Super Eight Mayfair Coupe by David Larsen #42653
Wow! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42653.1
WOW, wish I was around with cash when this was new (EOM) by John Munro #42653.2
Thanks to the conceptcarz site, if found this information: by David Holcombe #42653.4
Beautifully restored but I'm going to be in a minority of one here... by John Roberts #42653.5
For the grill and headlights to be absorbed more into the design of the body by Bruce Gibbins #42653.5.1
Make that a minority of two.....I don't like it. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42653.5.2
Two more for the repair shop, by Dick Johnson #42652
My guess on the Jaguar and garage deliquents is maybe he didn't by Don Anderson #42652.1
Do I detect an Echo in here? (EOM) by Don Anderson #42652.2.1
What ??? .... What ?? .... What?? ..... What ?? ..... (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42652.2.1.1
At least they're fixable. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42652.3
PIC: A few old car and bus ideas, by Dick Johnson #42651
The megabus looks like something out of Popular Mechanics. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42651.1
I drove a Ford Popular once. That felt like it had square wheels. (EOM) by John Roberts #42651.2
Pics.. My early cars. by Jerry Vinson #42650
Nice memories. I wish I had taken pics of all my cars over the years. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42650.1
Wish I had a good 35mm back then. Plastic Kodaks didn't give sharp images, (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42650.2
Most of us didn't think about taking pics of our cars back then with those instamatics and brownies. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42650.3
I have pix of most of the cars I've ever owned. Many earlier shots were monochrome by Bruce Gibbins #42650.4
Pic .. Car Poolin' by Jerry Vinson #42649
Tires aren't even flattened a bit....hmmmmm. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42649.1
Check out these two vehicles, by Dick Johnson #42648
I wonder if the LHD Honda is marketed in the UK? (English plate & wall script) (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42648.1
Jack I believe the Honda is RHD. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42648.2
RHD is used in Japan. The 4x4 is a Ssang Yong...I think... by John Roberts #42648.2.1
Sorry, RHD is what I meant to type. Foggy brain..... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42648.2.2
May I recommend a swim in warm waters!...!! (EOM) by John Roberts #42648.2.2.1
Advice taken Dr. Roberts! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42648.2.2.1.1
PIC: Interesting Chevrolet. Also RHD. by Dick Johnson #42647
I'm thinking this was an AUZ airport limo...roof rack and left side passenger doors (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42647.1
Makes sense. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42647.1.1
PIC: A good idea or not ?? by Dick Johnson #42646
Things could get a bit messy in stop & go traffic. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42646.1
Braced well. Looks like about 3,000 #'s of water? (EOM) by Jerry Vinson #42646.2
I'm sure it's drained for transport and filled on-prem. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42646.3
French I think, going by the plate. I'm amazed the van is strong enough.. by John Roberts #42646.4
Love those fitments! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42646.4.1
Avis Rent-A-Pool. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42646.5
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #42645
HAHAHA....this is so true. I love it! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42645.1
Total truth! (EOM) by George Schire #42645.2
Motorcycles by Rand Anderson #42645.3
.... Mean While ... we call cars ... " Hamster Cages " (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42645.3.1
Caption these three, by Dick Johnson #42644
After winning the burrito eating contest at the County Fair by Jack Dodds #42644.1
Ill say...lol..A restaurant i frequent sells wings - one sauce is called "fire in the hole" (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42644.1.1
And no doubt they play a certain Johnny Cash song while you eat those wings... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42644.1.1.1
After coming down again, he founded "The Flying Burrito Brothers"... (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #42644.1.2
LOL. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42644.1.2.1
LOL. My first thought. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42644.1.3
Who loaded the log? (EOM) by Jerry Vinson #42644.2
Who dropped a log and just how much methane came out with it? (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42644.2.1
For #3: Didn't the TARDIS do the same thing when 12 regenerated into 13? (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42644.3
1. Retarded, 2, same guy as #1, 3. shit houses in space! (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42644.4
The Human Torch, using a port a pottie, forgets to turn off his flame. (EOM) by David Vandermeer #42644.5
Methane Missile. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42644.6
Pix # 3 by Miles Germain #42644.7
PIC: A mild custom 1950 Olds 88 with the optional plexaglass hood, by Dick Johnson #42643
I really like this car except for the hood feature. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42643.1
Agree (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42643.1.1
Agee. Nice car but the hood has got to go. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42643.1.2
Really nice work here and a great memory for me Mr. Johnson by Jerry Vinson #42643.2
That is exceptionally cool ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42643.3
LaSalle floor shift. Prefer the stock hood. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42643.4
I'm shocked that this car is on the street as opposed to being shown in a museum. It has to be rare by Frank Kocour #42643.5
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today & New 1:24 Listing #42642Moderator
PICs: Which Imperial? '53 or '55 by John Bono #42641
The '55 by 55 miles, even with the mismatched paint on the door. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42641.1
'55 (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42641.2
'55 please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42641.3
‘55 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42641.4
The '53- For those who like to blend into the group and yet want to be comforted, the '53. If by David Holcombe #42641.5
"55 wins easily but I really like the earlier one too. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42641.6
'55 for color and styling - especially the side chrome. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42641.7
1955 (EOM) by Sal Lomma #42641.8
Each time I drive my 55 I am comforted. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42641.8.1
Haha.....no doubt about that! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42641.8.1.1
55 (EOM) by George Burgess #42641.9
Well, '55. It's the proper Imperial. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42641.10
55 (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42641.11
THAT '53 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42641.12
'53 - I had a light blue sedan, foot rests in the back, but the upholstery was itchy, if you get my by steve kiraly #42641.13
Lol. Only itchy in the back seat I'll bet! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42641.13.1
'55 Classic look! (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42641.14
55 (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42641.15
1953! A very classy look. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42641.16
'55 is the obvious winner, but I'm hooked on that "in your face" look of the '53. (EOM) by John Bono #42641.17
PIC: A good sense of humor....... by John Bono #42640
LMAO !! (EOM) by steve kiraly #42640.1
OMG....a bit tacky....but hilarious! Good marketing....an unforgettable name! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42640.2
PICS: Here are photos of a nicely restored late 50's Ford F100 Fleetside Shortbox pickup...... by Terry Daly #42639
I like a mix of #2 & #3... by Robert Bolin #42639.1
Pic #2 lowered like pic #3 would be nice. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42639.2
A sad day, by Dick Johnson #42638
The paint is readily fixed but that poor DB5. Oh the humanity! (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42638.1
The DB5 is a sickening sight. I'm sure it will be rebuilt due to its value. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42638.2
PIC: Not car related but enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42637
Lol. Those runners must really stink! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42637.1
The worlds biggest Sub, by Dick Johnson #42636
what about the rising of the sea-level ? (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42636.1
Don't you get that sinking feeling just looking at it? (EOM) by John Roberts #42636.2
I just don't know. I feel like I'm in over my head. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42636.2.1Moderator
Oh great, now I'm hungry. (EOM) by Paul Rouffa #42636.3
Lol. Power of suggestion. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42636.3.1
Quietly is a matter of debate. by Robert Bolin #42636.4
Poor Russian sailors; working this tub since 1981 and still can't keep their heads above water. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42636.5
It's so big it doesn't fit the photo! (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #42636.6
Pretty impressive, but wouldn't outrun a Navy destroyer. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42636.7
Another trip back in the time machine, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42635
Incredible pics. My grandmother was a nurse at Bellevue in the very early 1900s. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42635.1
thanks very much, Dick always a treat... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42635.2
Amazing pics from a long time ago. (EOM) by John Bono #42635.3
Hardscrabble lives. Our problems pale big time. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42635.4
Great picks, all tell a story. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42635.5
PIC: A few for your viewing pleasure, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42634
I'd take that '36 DeSoto Airstream. Love the body style! (EOM) by George Schire #42634.1
I agree, George. It's certainly a delightful and delovely DeSoto. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42634.1.1
+1 Its my fave of the bunch. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42634.1.1.1
I have come to realise that I love all of the '30s coupes. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42634.2
+1 Agree. That era of design really seems to suit the coupe body. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42634.2.1
Every car pictured here is a gem but the Pierce Arrow is a standout. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42634.3
All nice but the Packard and the P-A are outstanding. (EOM) by John Bono #42634.5
PIC: A few for your viewing pleasure, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42633
Love them all - the '65 Pontiac & the '57 Olds would've made great diecasts (1/24th) (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42633.1
Beautiful '57 Olds. That '58 Ford is a rather odd color combo, imo. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42633.2
Odd colors for sure but I really like it because its so different. No connie though. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42633.2.1
My favorite are the ElCamino, the Pontiac and 59 Impala. The Mercury is in an unusual color. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42633.3
Frost blue & white looked so great on the '59 Impala. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42633.3.1
1959 El Camino is my pick. (EOM) by John Bono #42633.4
El Camino & Impala (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42633.5
I love THAT '65 Pontiac, (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42633.6
I've never seen that color combo on a '58 Ford. I like it (I think). (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42633.7
(PIC) 1948 Cadillac Saoutchik Convertible by David Larsen #42632
Awesome car. Thanks. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42632.1
+1 Awesome....almost looks cartoonish. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42632.1.1
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42631
Thanks, Michael, for another interesting story. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42631.1
Thank you. I always enjoy your history posts. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42631.2
+1 Me too....thanks! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42631.2.1
VID: The Ultimate Scale Models by John Kuvakas #42630Moderator
There'sssssss Dennis ... He's back !!!! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42630.1
These cars are so incredible. Seeing this museum is on my bucket list. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42630.2
Absolutely a must see. Is it close to you Frank? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42630.2.1
It's about 40 miles south of me. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42630.2.1.1
VID: Is this the most detailed model train layout in the world? by John Kuvakas #42629Moderator
This is off the charts - WOW ..... Do you remember the fully functional miniature airport ? (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42629.1
VID: Here's another look at the airport by John Kuvakas #42629.1.1Moderator
Amazing! (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42629.1.1.1
*** YEAP *** That's tha one ... Janice even found this to be off the charts ... (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42629.1.1.2
Beyond words. The trackbed alone is a masterpiece. Where is this layout? (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42629.2
(VIDEO) As a model RR myself (N-scale) THIS is the Standard by which ALL other RR are measured. by Christopher Moroni #42629.3
Way beyond expert. I like N Scale in ERIE, EL & GN. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42629.3.1
I do both N and O scale. Shelf N sca"e layouts and non-functioning O scale dioramas. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42629.3.1.1
Thanks John and Chris for the videos both of which are beyond by Bob Jackman #42629.3.2
Build small shelf layouts (1x6 or so). They can be done in minimal space. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42629.3.2.1
The world's largest indoor model railroad is in West Chester Ohio, 10 minutes from my house. by Robert Bolin #42629.3.3
So how do I embed a video? (EOM) by Robert Bolin #42629.3.3.1
Click on "share". Copy and paste the embed code, the code between the two <>symbols (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42629.3.3.1.1Moderator
I have no words .... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42629.4
I forget where in Germany this layout is. I wanna say the same by Gary Rockwood #42629.5
I think it's Miniatur Wunderland, Hamburg - https://www.miniatur-wunderland.com/ (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #42629.5.1
I would love to see any of these railroads up close and personal. Beyond words. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42629.5.1.1
This place has got to be the "8th. Wonder of the World." AMAZING! (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #42629.6
More stupidity by John Kuvakas #42628Moderator
That is "He Larry Us" ... PERFECT !!!! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42628.1
LOL ! (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42628.2
Deep stuff....... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42628.3
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PICs: Which Buick? '59 or '61 by John Bono #42626
Pic: 61 please. But in this color: by Bruce Parsons #42626.1
That's cheating LOL! That's an electra... (EOM) by David Angeloni #42626.1.1
Yeah U maybe right about that - However, the triple BLUE color combo is a true homerun ... for sure (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42626.1.1.1
My two favorite Buicks - ‘59 & ‘61 in that order. (EOM) by steve kiraly #42626.2
The 59 Buick is the most gorgeous of all the GM 59's. While the 61 Buick is by George Schire #42626.3
I have always preferred the 59. But recently the 60 has gotten my attention. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42626.3.1
Like them both, the '59 wins for sheer over the top (but beautiful) styling (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42626.4
+1 (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42626.4.1
I pick the trimmer, more stylish '61. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42626.5
1959! Big! Bold! Beautiful! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42626.6
'61 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42626.7
59 (EOM) by George Burgess #42626.8
61 and i owned a 59 (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42626.9
Both are beautiful, can't pick just one. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42626.10
Neither do much for me but I prefer the 61. And I love the color. (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42626.11
'59, looks like sculpture! (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42626.12
I like both but the 59 gets my vote today. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42626.12.1
Two beauties....going with the '61 since I took my road test in one. (EOM) by John Bono #42626.13
Pics 1/24 pewter Richard Fiel BMW 328 by Robert M. Woolley #42625
(PICS) The Fabulous Forward Look Chrysler New Yorker Convertible for 1956. by Al Dorado #42624
I really like this car but in a more lively color; there were so many great colors to choose from. by Jack Dodds #42624.1
Beautiful. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #42624.2
Pics..a couple more from Canada by David Vandermeer #42623
Gr8 pics! I was just in Canada on a Rocky Mountaineer train excursion. Such beautiful country. by Al Dorado #42623.1
Victoria??? Next time call up and we'll do lunch! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42623.1.1
The Canadian buffalo are easy to ride David; you should have climbed aboard for a selfie. :-) (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42623.2
My parents took us to Custard Nat. park in S.Dakota back in 1966. We saw Buffalo and they were by Gary Rockwood #42623.3
Pics..Recent Alaska trip by David Vandermeer #42622
Great pics....thanks! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42622.1
The 4 brothers sure are 4 brotheres ... no splitting the gene pool on that one by Dennis Mong #42622.2
Dad and mom had 9 boys, 3 girls. I'm 4th oldest. (EOM) by David Vandermeer #42622.2.1
Big families are the best ... They are so cool. (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42622.2.1.1
Terrific pics! I've been to AK a number of times. Had family in Anchorage. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42622.3
What a great trip! (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42622.4
Pic - Early car building by Jerry Vinson #42621
Britain's Factory. Interesting history at... by John Roberts #42621.1
Man, how did they keep those from getting all chipped up before they even went out the factory door? (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42621.2
Those might have been a pile of rejects. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42621.2.1
Pics: Favorites by type of car. The period of cars I love is American 1950 - 1972 by Bruce Parsons #42620
PIC: Here ya go, Bruce. by John Kuvakas #42620.1Moderator
Thanks, but that shade of GREEN is enough to make me dislike the Olds. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42620.1.1
I agree. It was all I could find. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42620.1.1.1Moderator
Great choices Bruce; the '68 Charger R/T is to die for. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42620.2
My favorite era for cars, too. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42620.3
Great pics of great cars and I still drool over any 68 Charger. My favorite era is from around by Duncan Pohl #42620.4
Love all of them. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42620.5
VID: Mini's new EV promo by John Kuvakas #42619Moderator
That's not a towrope, it's the electric cord! (EOM) by John Roberts #42619.1
HA! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42619.1.1Moderator
*** LOL *** (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42619.1.2
Pics: Favorites of the late 50's: by Bruce Parsons #42618
Like the first one, prefer a brighter color on the Thunderbird and also like the last one. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42618.1
All bonafied beauties! (EOM) by Al Dorado #42618.2
+1 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42618.2.1
Great cars all. I noted that the Electra is actually a 1960 model. (EOM) by David Larsen #42618.3
Great colors! I have recently been looking at some new cars and by David Holcombe #42618.4
+1 Agree absolutely. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42618.4.1
The '56 Mercury is the best of the bunch IMO. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42618.5
The DodgeSoto is beautiful! (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42618.6
I like the Bird & the Buick (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42618.7
The 2-tone blue really suits that '59 Dodge! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42618.8
(PICS) 1955 Imperial prototype by David Larsen #42617
Wow! And I don't even mind the cont. kit. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42617.1
+1 I hate Connies but this one actually presents well. Beautiful car! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42617.1.1
Good one! And I found why that fin looks familiar. (pic) by David Holcombe #42617.2
Gorgeous! And the connie kit even works when it is blended with the bumper rather than having the by Duncan Pohl #42617.3
PICs: Reduced size.........Gorgeous! . by John Bono #42617.4
That is the perfect color for this car. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42617.4.1
Pics: More of the same car. I hate Connies but not the tire on the back it is the extension by Bruce Parsons #42617.4.2
PIC: An outboard motor, by Dick Johnson #42616
Probably worth the price of a new car too. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42616.1
Base price is $44,250 . (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42616.1.1
Whoa.......that is shocking! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42616.1.1.1
Just the right size for my canoe...... LOL (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #42616.2
Heavy loads, by Dick Johnson #42615
He wants to be careful he doesn't scratch the paint. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42615.1
1937 Homer Peel 34 kisses his 12 year old bride, by Dick Johnson #42614
Very sad to see this. Desperate times........ (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42614.1
1957 Imperial,,,,,,,,Purchased new by Howard Hughes by Dick Johnson #42613
Someone with too much money will pay a fortune for it. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42613.1
+1. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42613.1.1
+2 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42613.1.3
Gorgeous. Hughes bought a '55 Packard Caribbean for wife Jean Peters. She hated it. by Al Dorado #42613.2
I'm not a fan of this year Imperial but the color really suits it. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42613.3
What a beautiful automobile ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42613.4
VID: Ford vs Ferrari by John Kuvakas #42612Moderator
This is an absolute "must see". (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42612.1
Couldn't agree more! (EOM) by David Angeloni #42612.1.1
+1 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42612.1.1.1
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VID: Playing with cars by John Kuvakas #42610Moderator
I did that constantly when I was age 6 to11 but not as an adult, seems kinda silly now. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42610.1
Not to me! (-: (EOM) by Al Dorado #42610.1.1
Nor me! (EOM) by John Roberts #42610.1.1.1
Bruce, the adult version of this is, of course, the building or appreciation of dioramas. by Jack Dodds #42610.1.3
It shows grown men pushing their little cars from place to place probably by Bruce Parsons #42610.1.3.1
I'd be making engine noises (EOM) by David Vandermeer #42610.2
If you can make the noise of a 2019 Demon @ red line I'll give you $10 CDN...($7.25 USD.) :-). (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42610.2.1
I made engine noises all the time riding my bike. I was always a V8, of course. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42610.2.2
Sizing things up. by John Kuvakas #42609Moderator
Oh brother...... (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42609.1
+1 ... Rolling my eyes ..... LOL (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42609.1.1
Garoooooaaaannnnuh! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42609.2
Me too, LOL. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42609.2.1
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42607
Pics: Favorites of the early 50's by Bruce Parsons #42606
Another great selection...thanks! '55 Bel-Air and '51 Ford are awesome. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42606.1
Nice group.....love the '51 Ford. (EOM) by John Bono #42606.2
The Hudson's steal the show! I've always loved that body style. (EOM) by George Schire #42606.3
Love all of them. The 52 BelAir is wearing 54 wheelcovers. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42606.4
Good eye! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42606.4.1
Great shots of the 54 Mercury, my favourite (EOM) by John Munro #42606.5
All real except the Mercury - right? (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42606.6
Couldn't find a pic of a 1:1 to suite me so one of my diecast stood in. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42606.6.1
(PIC) Here's an odd one......2006 Hammond Roadster by David Larsen #42605
Odd is a very polite word for this one. Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42605.1
Resembles a foot.....I'll leave it at that. (EOM) by John Bono #42605.2
Yes, a foot with ears! (EOM) by John Roberts #42605.2.1
Ummmm .... Uhhhhh .... ( I got nuthun ) (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42605.3
PICs: Which DeSoto? '59 or '61 by John Bono #42604
I’m partial to the ‘61, my grandpa had one & the color on this one is beautiful! (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42604.1
The '59 is a nicer, less busy design. Nice car. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42604.2
In 1961 I always had a problem with the double grill so it is not a favourite (EOM) by John Munro #42604.3
I could live with the '61 but prefer the '59! (EOM) by David Larsen #42604.4
Both of them are outstanding cars. A slight edge to the '59. (EOM) by John Merritt #42604.5
I prefer the styling of the '59; particularly the grille & fins. by Jack Dodds #42604.6
'59 (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42604.7
'59 (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42604.8
'59 please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42604.9
The '59. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #42604.10
I prefer the '61 from the front wheels back but am always turned off by that Walrus bullnose grille. (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42604.11
'59 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42604.12
59 (EOM) by George Burgess #42604.13
1959! Only a mother could love the face of the '61. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42604.14
Not really fond of either, but would take the 59 if forced to. In 1:24 scale, give me both! (EOM) by George Schire #42604.15
1959! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42604.16
1959. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #42604.17
59 (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42604.18
Rather take the bus then own them. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42604.19
Definitely the '59. It's a much more delightful & delovely DeSoto. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42604.20
'59 for sure! (EOM) by John Bono #42604.21
Video: One of the many unanswered questions in life is finally answered!!! Speakers on! by John Bono #42603
This guy gets an "A" for decisiveness but an "F" for survival skills. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42603.1
LOL! Quick can be deadly! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42603.2Moderator
Funny (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42603.3
PIC: Check out this house/garage combination, by Dick Johnson #42602
This guy has his priorities straight! And he is probably a batchelor...... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42602.1
No question about it! (EOM) by John Bono #42602.1.1
Got that right! you can't afford that house and a wife at the same time (EOM) by BenD Lampson #42602.1.2
N I C E ! But yeah, definitely a bachelor, the decor has bachelor written all over it. by Duncan Pohl #42602.2
I'm sure you're right...no one has a wife that understanding....not possible. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42602.2.1
This must belong to the guy who picked "B" above. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42602.3
LOL....or perhaps "C", none of the above. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42602.3.1
An awesome man compound! (EOM) by Al Dorado #42602.4
VIDEO: Some interesting history of Galveston ,Texas by Dick Johnson #42601
Amazing ingenuity and determination.. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42601.1
Thanks for the history lesson. (EOM) by John Bono #42601.2
I had no idea. Many residents of Houston raised their houses at an average cost of $75/sq ft after by Frank Kocour #42601.3
I hope his insurance company didn't hang HIM out to dry. They're good at that. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42601.3.1
Actually, they treated him and his neighbors well. Everything in the house had to be upgraded to by Frank Kocour #42601.3.1.1
PIC: The Karl-Gerät, this self-propelled siege mortar, interesting history, by Dick Johnson #42600
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #42599
Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42599.1
PIC: 1940 Bantam roadster, by Dick Johnson #42598
soooo nice... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #42598.1
PIC: All Ford,enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42597
Very nice! Really like the '46 coupe and the pickup colors. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42597.1
'65 Thunderbird please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42597.2
I had a '64 in this exact color/roof combo. I really disliked it increasingly as time by Jack Dodds #42597.2.1
A nice group. (EOM) by John Bono #42597.3
PIC: A few for your viewing pleasure, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42596
Beautiful pics of beautiful cars, thanks Dick. My thoughts on each car: by Bruce Parsons #42596.1
I copied/used part of your post Bruce, hope you don't mind. Here are my thoughts: by Jack Dodds #42596.1.1
Gr8 pics. i esp. like the delightful & delovely '56 DeSoto. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42596.2
Nice group of cars. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42596.3
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42595
Another tremendous loss to motor sports. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42595.1
+1 .. Agreed ( More info inside ) by Dennis Mong #42595.1.1
PIC: A few for your viewing pleasure, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #42594
Another great selection. The Connies detract big time for me though. The by Jack Dodds #42594.1
Great selection today Dick - love them OLDS (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42594.2
8 different cars all GMC which is not my favorite car company but there is a lot to love there, by Bruce Parsons #42594.3
All very nice. Like the '79 & '50 Oldsmobiles and the '50 Buick. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42594.4
I like the '79 Olds. (EOM) by John Bono #42594.5
LOVE the '54 Chev and the '61 Pontiac. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42594.6
They are all good choices. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42594.7
The Eagles sing their hit song, by Dick Johnson #42593
"The more I know, the less I understand." (EOM) by Josh Shy #42593.1
I like this corn...but...... I can't tell you why. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42593.2
LOL. I sing this song in Karaoke. Need to use these lyrics sometime to see if anyone notices. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42593.3
How about this camp trailer ? by Dick Johnson #42592
Looks like a great design but it might be dangerous after cocktail hour. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42592.1
Very unique. (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42592.2
WOW! Add some kind of sreening system to the deck and it's a GO! (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #42592.3
Google "Romotow Camper" to see more. $350,000...... WOW again. (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #42592.4
Looks safe to me , well maybe not. by Dick Johnson #42591
Incredible daring and it looks windy out on the wire too......no thanks! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42591.1
PICs - Gilmore Exihibit: Duesenberg Part 2 by John Merritt #42590
Beautiful! Rolling works of art! Thanks for posting! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42590.1
My sentiments exactly. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42590.1.1
+2 for Part 1 & 2. (EOM) by John Bono #42590.1.2
Gorgeous. We went last summer. The Gilmore really is not to be missed! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42590.2
Incredible colors...incredible car. Much flashier than the 1920s cars. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42590.3
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PICs - Gilmore Exihibit: Duesenberg Part 1 by John Merritt #42588
A fine start, John. I am looking forward to your entire series. Many thanks for these. (EOM) by David Holcombe #42588.1
Let me be the first to second that! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42588.1.1
PICs: Which Thunderbird? by John Bono #42587
'59 please, my choice in T-Birds '57, '55, '58-'60, '64-'66, '61-'63, '87-'88 Turbo Coupe (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42587.1
How loud can I say FIFTY-NINE? The 61 had the "B" team design it and it came out ugly. (EOM) by George Schire #42587.2
it was a magical time... by John Kuvakas #42587.3Moderator
Wow....very, very well said. I couldn't agree more. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42587.3.1
True enough John, on the surface that's EXACTLY what it looked like. "Bright & beautiful!" by Christopher Moroni #42587.3.2
I was 18 in 1958 when the square birds came out and thought they by Bob Jackman #42587.3.2.1
And the emergence of drugs would change our world forever. So sad to see the tragic spiral continue. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42587.3.2.2
Video: Magical time for JFK, no doubt about it........ by John Bono #42587.3.3
MM looks like a lost soul....quite sad really. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42587.3.3.1
Agree....suspect she was passed around like a bottle in a brown paper bag. (EOM) by John Bono #42587.3.3.1.1
The '61 to '63 T-Bird is my favorite of the 4 seaters. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42587.4
^^ what he said. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #42587.4.1
The beautiful '61, a classic of the decade (EOM) by Chris Nickelsen #42587.5
‘59 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #42587.6
'59......Love the color! (EOM) by Paul Clow #42587.7
59 (EOM) by George Burgess #42587.8
'59 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42587.9
1961! A tough call to make. Both look awesome. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42587.10
Ditto! (EOM) by Josh Shy #42587.10.1
The '59 is a stunner. Love the color & wires. (EOM) by Al Dorado #42587.11
1961 (EOM) by Sal Lomma #42587.12
'61 (EOM) by David Larsen #42587.13
'59, love the front end (EOM) by Dan Vincent #42587.14
I love all T-birds except the 70 s (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #42587.15
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #42586
PIC: Inside the old New York City Metropolitan Opera House 1937 by Dick Johnson #42585
A couple more customs, by Dick Johnson #42584
I suspect the guy who did up the '59 Dodge may also have by Jack Dodds #42584.1
What a pos (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42584.1.1
Ron; your "positively beautiful car" comment got cut off. :-) (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42584.1.1.1
PS Lambo. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42584.2
Can I get my click back? (EOM) by John Bono #42584.3
Lol....no you can't "unsee" these two. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42584.3.1
The good news .....at my age I don't recall seeing those pics. LOL. (EOM) by John Bono #42584.3.1.1
If thats a cut up 59 Dodge the guy should be convicted of murder (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42584.4
And hung in Dodge City. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42584.4.1
All I can say is WOW ! by Dick Johnson #42583
American tourist found dead in street. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42583.1
Lol....no kidding! The man must be suicidal. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42583.1.1
PS! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42583.2
C'mon guys ... That's me ... Look at the FLORIDA tag on my car ..... LOL .... LOL (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42583.3
You must be escaping a gator then Dennis....no other excuse for being up there! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42583.3.1
... L O L .... (EOM) by Dennis Mong #42583.3.1.1
Custom 1957 ElCamino, by Dick Johnson #42582
The extended nose is awful and the pickup sides are too high. Wasted $$$$ (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42582.1
But I kinda like those roll up windows! (EOM) by Don Anderson #42582.2
A pretty cool idea with possibilities. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #42582.3
A lot of very good, expensive work that does nothing for the vehicle. Looks odd to me. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #42582.4
Here is one in 1/24 scale by one of the Mints... by Josh Shy #42582.5
This design isn't too bad at all; much better than the other one. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42582.5.1
How would you like to climb these stairs ? 91 meter high and in China. by Dick Johnson #42581
I could do it 50 years ago. Come to think of it, there are a lot of things I could do 50 years ago. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42581.1
+1 (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42581.1.1
+1 Me too....but this isn't one of them. This needs paramedic stations. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42581.1.2
By compasison, the Washington Monument observation deck is 154 meters up. But, by Jerry Gorsuch #42581.2
PIC: Another car from Belgium, the FN 1400S by Dick Johnson #42580
What the Pontiac Aztec might look like if it were still being made, by Dick Johnson #42579
Not the Pontiac’s I remember. Not even close. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42579.1
Maybe if Toyota was making it .! (EOM) by steve kiraly #42579.2
But, thank heavens, it isn't being made anymore. One of the ugliest cars ever made. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42579.4
That actually looks slightly better than the original. Now it just blends in with all the others! (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42579.5
I think it looks pretty good. Light years better than the original. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #42579.6
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #42578
Amazing history. And I was told Nissan was initials that stood for by Don Anderson #42578.1
VID: New or old? by John Kuvakas #42577Moderator
Thanks for this post JK. As I am a Shelby freak you made my day. I go by Jack Dodds #42577.1
I'd reluctantly agree. I always loved the original 2+2 design. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42577.1.1Moderator
A timeless design as per the '55 T-Bird IMO. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42577.1.1.1
What if... by John Kuvakas #42576Moderator
Yes please, just as long as the tires have enough sidewall for narrow band whitewalls. (EOM) by David Crowe #42576.1
I like it! But my wife says we can't trade the house for it. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #42576.2
They can be so unreasonable! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #42576.2.1Moderator
Works for me. (EOM) by Sal Lomma #42576.3
Wow! I didn't realize all you guys are rich. [In dreams anyway, lol] (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #42576.4
This one doesn't do much for me. A bit bulky. (EOM) by Terry Daly #42576.5
Ditto! And those rims and tyres...... NOT! (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #42576.5.1
I like this rendition very much; sleek and conservative like the '61. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42576.6
Not Bad! Not Bad at All! I Like It! (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42576.7
This is what that horredous modern Rolls Royce should have looked like. (EOM) by John Roberts #42576.8
Agree. I can't believe they sell any new Rolls Royces. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42576.8.1
Almost there. The rear side window is a smidge too long. Can you by Don Anderson #42576.9
Looks really good ! As long as the mechanicals and by Mike DeTorrice #42576.10
Awkward. (EOM) by John Bono #42576.11
Indian Hills by John Kuvakas #42575Moderator
LOL. Very good! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42575.1
Leaving well enough alone. by John Kuvakas #42574Moderator
This is definitely where one's survival instinct should kick in...... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #42574.1
Amen! lol (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #42574.1.1
Id let it go (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #42574.2
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