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  1. Lock bumpers? Not really. He dropped low to block the pass. Then maneuvering to his right when the "bump" happened. That will spin a car even if the bumpers do not "lock."
  2. This is confusing. They are in Vermont, you want to go through the Vermont DMV, get them registered then get a Florida title and move them to Florida. As best I understand. The value assigned in Vermont is way too high because they want to collect excessive tax from you? Since I live in California I cannot be of help. I did get a title for an abandoned car in California which was still in the system, but the previous owner was nowhere to be found. Sorry for going off on a tangent. Every situation is different and states are different so it depends on the details.
  3. Are you keeping a running total of the hours spent at ProShaper ?
  4. Green hatchback. Practically unheard of. I've only seen a couple in California, but in orange.
  5. This beach was originally donated to the State of California by Lorne Greene and Michael Landon of the TV series Bonanza in memory of Dan Blocker.
  6. Being disgusted by this possibility, I looked up what that might look like. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6aQ6aZ1nfk Ford nine-inch rear end, Turbo Hydramatic 400 three-speed automatic, Chevrolet 502 CID V-8 big-block
  7. Wonder how the engine is connected to the wheel?
  8. 1917 Postal Delivery Vehicle
  9. Pics in this link - http://silentlocations.com/2017/11/27/the-red-kimono-a-vast-record-of-early-los-angeles/
  10. https://www.mgexp.com/forum/mgb-and-gt-forum.1/new-78-b-brake-booster-cylinder-install.3719837/ some of this talks about the rod adjustment, and some other possibly relevant things.
  11. I think the brake M/C piston may not be retracting all the way if you know what I mean.
  12. It is a low income neighborhood. Guerneville California
  13. The martini glass button activates the security camera in the bar area, meaning that one displays on the screen. The paper airplane activates the runway camera. Picture of the building activates the camera showing the front of the building. Button with the radial arrows activates the rooftop scanning camera. Of course I am referring to a small airport facility with a bar.
  14. I watched this movie, it was on DVD at my local library
  15. One of the buttons has a martini glass on it.
  16. Another on this same short little street, in front of a different house.
  17. You sure have some funny names for your towns over there! Ian Steel captured photos of snow falling in Snettisham. Rush hour traffic problems as snow falls across Norfolk
  18. are the last 3 letters ...dey ????
  19. I remember that and enjoyed it. Memory is vague though. It was not just a regular sitcom episode though? It was a made for TV movie where they bought the car to make a cross country trip to California? Maybe if it's on DVD I'll have to watch it again, 50 years after I saw it originally.
  20. It's all the same wagon??? Seemed to me the Sotheby’s was lighter wood at least. One at the top of this thread looked to have some dark stain applied.
  21. I am trying to find some other source for this picture. Erik Overbey Collection, The Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library Family in Mobile during the Great Depression A family travels through Mobile in search of work at the height of America's Great Depression. This photo was taken by noted Mobile photographer Erik Overbey. Erik Overbey (1882-1977), a native of Hafslo, Sogn, Norway, operated a photographic studio in Mobile from 1903 to 1958. During that time he chronicled the life of the city in thousands of ways. Overbey used an 8 x 10 camera until the late 1940s and a 5 x 7 thereafter. His work was straight and clean, and he probably thought of himself as a craftsman rather than an artist. Although he made thousands of portraits, he was in his element as an industrial photographer. Using form and mass, he composed to make the commonplace extraordinary. Perhaps in hopes of reprint business, Overbey purchased the negative collection of an earlier studio, W. A. Reed. As a result the Overbey Collection includes negatives dating back to the 1880s. OVERBEY, ERIK (81-02-51, 81-03-48, 81-07-50, 81-03-49, 85-01-01, 85-02-02, 85-07-04, 85-08-05, 85-03-03, 09-07-51) Within the larger collections of Erik Overbey are more than 45,000 portraits dating from circa 1880 to the 1950s. Included are glass plates, nitrate negatives, and safety negatives. https://www.southalabama.edu/libraries/mccallarchives/overbey.html