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  1. Yes, I agree there were more larger carts that I remembered from previous years. Funny, all of the people with me, including myself, kept referring to last year and then had to correct it to two years ago. Lots of the same but also lots of changes. One thing I and others with me missed were the Hershey chocolate tents by the Giant Arena and Hershey tent.
  2. It was a great Hershey for the most part. One thing I have never seen (or at least noticed) before this year were people riding bicycles, a few children on foot propelled scooters, and some adults on gas/electric scooters. There were announcements that they were not allowed. However, I was surprised to see that.
  3. I would also post this in the Olds forums below. Also, if not a member, join OCA and NAOC for technical advisors. These are the national Olds clubs.
  4. Wayne, There is a specific Hershey forum further down. I would suggest you try it there.
  5. I saw this article and thought the Forum members would enjoy it. https://dnyuz.com/2021/08/11/more-women-muscle-in-on-the-world-of-vintage-cars/
  6. The cars did not have all the accessories as they were preparing for Hershey. Walt, you should know that. Good observation.
  7. I do not think these have been seen here before. Interesting to see what had whitewall or blackwalls. NJ in 1920's NY/Chicago 1930/1940's
  8. I found this record among others. https://www.pacermonitor.com/public/case/40152010/USA_Parts_Supply,_Cadillac_USA_Oldsmobile_U
  9. I would think that a 1957 Chevrolet and 1957 Pontiac would be the same. My daughter wants to convert her 57 Pontiac from vacuum to electric wipers. Has anyone done this or know the answer? Thanks, Bill
  10. This is on a library site where they have all old pictures of the area. I was wondering what make and year this is. Thanks, Bill
  11. This picture was probably taken in the late 30's-early 40's in Plainfield, Indiana. Can you identify the cars in the pictures. Thanks.
  12. I ran across this on YouTube. It is NYC in the 1940's. There are a lot of interesting cars. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHe_d2hUVnA
  13. Hemmings Motor News recently started a podcast. It's on iTunes and Google Podcasts among others. It's called Hemmings Hot Rod BBQ.
  14. I suggest you post this in the Oldsmobile forums which are down a few forums from this technical one.
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