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    OrthmannJ Always looking for old ford crew cabs

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    Looks like a modern photo, especially with what looks like a set of steps with a handrail between the car and bomber.
    What's the story on it?
     
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    OrthmannJ Always looking for old ford crew cabs

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    Interesting. I knew the Bomber was a B25 Mitchell, can't tell for sure what the car is. I figured it wasn't a recent photo, because the WWII warbirds have gotten so rare that even non flying examples that are out in the open are on display and held in high regard. But I was pretty certain it wasn't a WWII era photo either. I wondered if this was perhaps a set for a movie or something.
    It makes sense that this was taken in the 70's. The war was in the past enough that it wasn't foremost in anyone's mind, but not so much so that the historical interest in it had ramped up to where it is today.
     
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    Notice the faded drag race art on this old Dodge van. It must have been someones tow vehicle back in the day.

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    Silvertwinkiehobo "Nothing is foolproof as fools are ingenious."

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    Pic's backward. Look at the bumper.
     
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    Grizz Are we there yet???

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    7615456A-DF87-4554-B338-2C07593B2605.png Saw this while wandering the google earth. I like to think the Swedes are such nice folks that instead of towing svens car they’re hoping he’ll return one day.
     
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