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  1. My Curved Dash Olds, on a day I did NOT go touring; my 1912 Buick on a tour in Delaware a few years ago; my 1911 Stanley, steaming up at daybreak on last year's HCCA one-and two-cylinder tour.
    23 points
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  3. 1954 Cadillac Series 62 - Used by Cadillac Dealer's wife for first 25 years, and in a private Colorado collection for next 30 years, now AACA DPC, shown, and driven on multiple tours, and driven 10,000 miles in a 3-month period from New Orleans to judge at Palm Springs, then on to the Los Angeles Museums and our family, up the Pacific Coast Highway to an AACA Divisional Tour at Yosemite, and on to Portland, Vancouver, back to judge at Auburn, tour at Gettysburg, drive to Minneapolis, and the Grand National at Independence, Missouri. 1941 Cadillac cabriolet, deliver
    19 points
  4. Overcast day here on long island so will have to use some photos taken within the last few years, cars still look the same. The blue Buick is a 1940 model 71C Roadmaster. Engine never opened up and has about 50,000 miles on it from new. It got a cosmetic restoration in the very early 1970s. Car is tight - no rattles whatsoever for a conv sedan. Sold new in northern California. I have had it about a decade. Heater has two speeds - off and furnace ( two heaters one under the passenger front seat one on the firewall.) at one time owned by the San Francisco Chapter of the Hell's Angels motorc
    19 points
  5. 2020 Pandemic Outings... 1933 Graham Model 64 at the farm 1928 Graham-Paige 610 in the park. We drove over 70 miles that day. 1931 Graham Model 45, first drive in 40+ years, brakes next...
    18 points
  6. The long gone era......where a farmer was retired when he “bought the farm” and never had a day off in his life. No welfare, no crop insurance, no whining or crying..........just lots of god damm hard work for little results. Character and integrity were the lifestyle of the day, and a handshake was better than a 100 page contract drawn up by lawyers. That gentleman was of same stock as the true Americans that built the USA......like Harry Truman. People and ethics that are very long gone.......and have given us this sorry state of affairs we now live in.
    17 points
  7. Just bought this one, bringing it home Sunday, found it 6 miles away. 1935 Ford Deluxe Panel Delivery, same owner since 1970, Excellent metal, and ran 3 years ago...should be a fun one...
    16 points
  8. Dad bought this 1951 Nash Canadian Statesman in 1968 with 49,000 miles showing and with only one winters driving. Still have it today, original paint, original upholstery showing 99,700 miles. (No winter driving either.)
    15 points
  9. Thought I would have my own car show one day and parked them all on the lawn.
    15 points
  10. Left to right : My '21 Chevy 490 with period gas pump ; our '25 Buick Standard Six Four Passenger coupe, and a rare sight- a pair of '40 Packard 110 coupes. My blue business coupe is on the left.
    14 points
  11. My 31 Pierce is still in a hundred pieces but here is one from when it wasn’t and my T from the Fourth of July makeshift parade.
    14 points
  12. My 62 Impala. Bought it when I was 19 and I’m still enjoying it. Real 327 car with 900 Tuxedo Black paint
    13 points
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  14. My daily (well not so much daily at the moment, less than 1000 miles on it since delivery in March) and the 22 Cadillac I haven't measured, but I believe if you include the tyres the cadillac is slightly longer Bear in mind, I have 19" rims on the station wagon.... the cadillac is comedically large
    13 points
  15. Finally, I couldn't sell this one to buy the Cadillac. It's my original HPOF 1913 Ford Model T Touring. This has become one of my 4-5 favorite cars on the planet.
    12 points
  16. A favourite of mine. 1971 Riv resto project. Been sitting for a long time. Not good for it.
    12 points
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  19. If money were no object, I doubt that I would buy much more than I have already. I'm not materialistic, and I can find plenty of enjoyment in a $10,000 or $20,000 antique car--about the price of a used Toyota! My 1979 Buick gives me as much enjoyment as someone else's $200,000 Packard:
    11 points
  20. Ed, I feel compelled to give you some advice : Slow down. I have been spellbound reading your resurrection here. Seem to remember that the tires are old. Seem to remember that this is a 2 wheel brake 100+ year old platform. The car has just warned you. I am warning you. SLOW DOWN, ED ! SLOW THE HELL DOWN !!! You are a real "people person" who seems to love your fellow old car nuts as much as the cars themselves. We all love you and are grateful for all that you share, and the help you generously lavish upon us. You have just got away with proving a point, and do not have to equal or beat it ag
    11 points
  21. I was looking through my Cole history materials and I ran across this 'Barn Find' in 1941. JJ Cole Jr., son of the founder of the Cole Motor Car Company, was trying to find Cole Motor Cars that were surviving in the early 1940's. Here is a letter from someone who was searching for these cars on behalf of JJ Cole Jr. showing a find of a 1914 Cole Series 10. Included is also a picture of the Cole in the barn as well as the owner of the Cole. The third document is a follow up letter to JJ Cole Jr. with more information and a blow up of the small picture. It is really interesting
    11 points
  22. 1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS that I purchased new off the showroom floor. 1969 Chevrolet Impala Custom Coupe that I purchased in 2004 with 4000 original miles. 1969 Chevrolet Impala SS 427 that's currently under restoration. ( purchased in 2015 ) 1969 Chevrolet Bel Air that was purchased early this year..... 13,000 original miles.
    11 points
  23. Here in Colorado, we did get away with one car show this year. Called it a "peaceful protest". Imperial did good last year. No awards given this year, so it was not a "show". Mike in Colorado
    11 points
  24. 2020-01-01_03-47-21 by Kerry Grubb, on Flickr 2020-07-02_10-50-57 by Kerry Grubb, on Flickr My 77 out and about last winter, and my 79 currently under resto
    11 points
  25. Our 1971 Volvo 1800E, lined up at the start of our only car event this summer, the "Ironstone Corona Tour" at the Ironstone Winery, Murphys, California. Other years there's a concours with around 250 pre-1973 cars (and a tour). This year, just the tour for 100 vehicles (which ranged from 1917 to 1972), with a "socially distanced" picnic at the winery grounds. Yes, that is a Pierce Arrow Silver Arrow behind us -- a wonderful rear view mirror view!
    11 points
  26. 71 K-Ghia VW and 78 Corvette Indy 500 Pace Car . Both into storage for the Canadian winter. I wish I could keep the Ghia out for a few more weeks, but had to get it inside and drain the anti freeze. LOL!
    11 points
  27. I finally purchased my first Ford model T. It’s a 1908. With the help of my daughter, we were able to get it together. My eyes aren’t as good as hers. I think it came out great. Mike
    10 points
  28. 1937 Lincoln-Zephyr Sedan, Right Hand Drive, bought by my late father 62 years ago and still in the family where it will remain.
    10 points
  29. This was Oct 19/20. 1966 Ford heaven! We were putting away for the winter.
    10 points
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