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Discussion in 'Station Wagon Lounge' started by Poison_Ivy, Nov 12, 2018.
They should have flipped the store fronts. It’s a lot harder to stumble up stairs than down.
The the Lulhaven Bar is located at 200 Merrill Avenue in Glendive, Montana, and was constructed in 1901. The front corner of the building was rounded off and it was covered with Carrara glass panels, and glass blocks when it was remodeled in the Art Deco fashion in the 1930s. It has survived, and at last report (2008) was being restored, although the 2015 Google Street View image shows that its exterior appearance has not changed.
Courtesy of The Old Motor
That's mega cool³. Art Deco-rating should get contagious, if not become mandated
Ah yes, the good old days when you were never 100% certain that your car would start on a cold winter morning. Can still hear those 6 volt ignition systems laboring 60 years later.
Don’t you know he’s asking the boys about the most recent modification they made to the ‘40 Ford, and they’re sharing the most recent escapade how they left Buzzy Schwarz in the dust at the last street race. Cause you know Buzzy’s heap is a real yo yo.
But at least Buzzy's heap didn't leak brake fluid by the gallon all over the driveway.