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  1. My vote would go to Ethel Griffies. She was the ornithologist in "The Birds".
  2. I'll probably get banned off this forum for life for what I'm about to say: I think there several examples of cars that look better in modified form than they do in stock form. Look again at that 41 Willys gasser posted by Mr. Smolinski just above. Drop dead gorgeous. OK Peter, hit the DELETE button 😁.
  3. I can remember the TV commercials from back in the day. WILLIS it is.
  4. Chevrolet offered a roadster in the Standard series in 1935. That was the last one.
  5. Hate to be a nit-picker, but I'm pretty sure Pontiac did not offer a roadster in 1934. Cabriolet yes, roadster no.
  6. If you have the book "Sixty Years of Chevrolet", look at the shape of the 1942 Ingersoll ambulance rear quarter window on page 149. Do the same for the 1948 Reeves ambulance on page 165. Hmmm. Sorry I did not provide pictures, but this book weighs a ton, and I cannot manage it into my printer.
  7. Great call Mr. Padavano!! I've had the 34 Master Engineering Features Manual in my collection for 50 years and never spotted that info! Bill Martin, Germantown, Tennessee.
  8. This picture is from the 1934 Chevrolet sedan delivery sales folder. Note the glass rear side panels. I’ve never seen one of these cars.
  9. Chevrolet sedan deliveries with glass side panels were built for the TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) for many years.
  10. I enjoyed Mr. Walling's reference to the metal "Unobtanium". True, so true.
  11. Can anyone tell me what the search term "Best Match" means on eBay?
  12. I miss being able to search eBay without being plastered by commercials.
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