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This Chrysler is a beautiful automobile. I'd say it certainly rivals the Cadillacs of the time in the styling department. Did they ever offer...
Well, you did live in a place were anything left unattended outside would turn green in three months time.
There is a lot of neat stuff in that photo. I think my favorite is the green roadster pickup.
That's pretty cool. I love 57 chevy's, but the fact that he's been racing the same car (and winning) since at least 71 is about as good as it gets.
Indeed. Material possessions can always be replaced.
Man, that's crummy. Was everyone alright?
Welcome aboard! I agree, it's a great looking car.
Look at all of those Henry J's. The green one on the far left could have been the one my Wife's Grandfather owned.
I've always been a FORD guy, first and foremost. But I have a love for classic American automobiles and would be happy to own lots vehicles from...
When I was a teenager a worked for an oldtimer named Homer Splawn who owned property on either side of our place. They owned/raised Arabian show...
This is the wagon that came to mind immediately for me when I read the original post.
But better things to come right?
My guess is it was the the state abbreviation AK = Alaska.
Nice. Looking forward to checking that out.
That's fantastic wagoninsane. You are right, that is a lot of money. But hopefully it is money well spent. I just had the seats in the Fury redone...
I love the way this entire shot was staged, especially with the period Chrysler in the background. Pretty neat. I'm glad treardon shared it with us.
Columbia, SC 1955 or ’56
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