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  1. Thank You Mr. Kiernan for starting an excellent thread. Very interesting reading for Chevy guys like myself.
  2. Thank you auburnseeker for your ongoing efforts in helping the rest of us understand all these eBay changes.
  3. I’m a Chevy guy, so I’ll apologize in advance for a dumb question: How does one rule out the possibility that this is a 1933 model Ford? I’m familiar with the hood handle differences between 33 and 34, but the angle of this photo doesn’t clearly show that detail. Great car though, I would gladly break my Chevy-only policy to put that baby in my garage!!!
  4. Now that we are headed for a one-year gap in the sequence of fall meets, it is time to recognize the characters that made Hershey so special year in and year out. My top three list follows. Let me quickly add that I attended Hershey 1970-1990 and haven’t been since. So you guys can probably add many more to the list. Number 3: Big-hearted Nat. By his own description, he would pay you more your for sales literature than anyone else at the meet. Right. Nat was also the great hater of reprints. He would have an otherwise empty card table in his stall with a mannequin’s head on it, w
  5. If it has a rumble seat and exposed spare tire on the back, you will have found a rare and highly desirable 1937 Chevrolet.
  6. This takes us a little off-topic, but I thought you guys might enjoy the picture. This is a 1934 Canadian GMC model T-14 sedan delivery. Chevrolet body with Oldsmobile front-end sheet metal. Enjoy.
  7. My first job out of college was at Burndy Corp in Norwalk, CT. I was there 1961-1965. I attended the Ridgefield Meet once or twice during those years. Only recollection I have is of an ancient race car with the number 16 on the radiator. Folks, we are talking the LOUDEST CAR EVER CREATED BY MANKIND. WOW!!! Happy daze indeed.
  8. I'd also be interested to know if those buidings still exist in Endicott, NY. I can't be of much help in that regard as I live in Germantown, Tennessee, just east of Memphis. You are welcome regarding the sharing of the picture. Very nice of you to mention it.
  9. I agree. Any chance Mr. Keiser that the car just in front of the Chevy coupe is a ca.1935-36 Hudson or Terraplane?? C'mon, you da man!!
  10. 1934 Chevrolet with sidemounts and luggage rack. Also standard rumble seat. Picture taken at the Hotel Frederick in Endicott, NY. I’m a Chevy guy, so I will leave identification of the other cars up to the experts. To me, the car directly in front of the coupe has a Hudson feel to it. Enjoy.
  11. Extended careful loving usage. Actually, Pat and I just celebrated our 53rd wedding anniversary. She still thinks I'm nuts. .
  12. When I was in high school, I dated a girl named Patina Martin.
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