Movie Star (movie)Photos and movie postersFashion Icon (Fashion)Exhibition of its emblematic pieces (Chino, jacket, glasses, watch, shoes ...)Fan...
in the far upper right hand corner of the above photo is a sign, it says Eddie Meyer...
I found a photo that looked familiar, and reminded me that, huh, back in 2015 I photographed something similarly.
https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/cars/2017/07/07/u-s-investigating-faulty-parts-may-cause-auto-gas-leaks/459857001/http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2015/11/when-i-was-kid-you-saw-pollution.htmlMy photo is the bottom one, and I think I got far luckier than the AP/Getty photographer at...
the Model AR is a mix of parts and was built prior to June 1928, that represented the...
The one car where the shifter wouldn’t block the radio, even if it had a radio. 1978 Mercury Monarch
I'd never have guessed you could get one with a stick shift... and check out the radio delete...
check out the police tech they have in this helicopter or airplane video… it shows the street names, etc. Also, of course the biker was doing 147, he has a 78 Firebird with a flaming chicken on the hood.
Aretas Blood started as a blacksmith’s apprentice, and never stopped achieving until he owned the steam locomotive manufacturing company, Manchester Locomotive Works
As a child he moved with his parents to Windsor, Vermont, where he attended the common schools. At...
very seventies, and the only photo I believe I’ve seen with the factory original tires from 1970-72. Not many muscle car owners could keep from frying them fast
cool pipes too, the flames, well... not terrible for a diy paintinghttps://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1565034453541970&set=gm.1940124662930913&type=3&permPage=1
Trunion Bascule Bridge aka Ford Ave. Bridge, May 13, 1930 – Alleged to have been (at that time) the World’s largest Bascule Bridge.
http://skyscraperpage.com/forum/showpost.php?p=6058792&postcount=13402the building seen under the bridge is the Long Beach Ford Manufacturing plant (thanks David!)http://www.fordmotorhistory.com/factories/long_beach/photos_9.php
The Diamond T Motor Car Company was formed by Charles Tilt of Chicago in 1905. During the first...
1951 Sepulveda Blvd, South of Mulholland Drive, the driver said she was doing 35 mph, and fell asleep...