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13 hours ago, Our Buicks said:

I always love those clappers.......

 

Not old enough to know for sure but don't you mean Flappers? 

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1 hour ago, dei said:

 

Not old enough to know for sure but don't you mean Flappers? 

Do hope so...

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4 hours ago, dei said:

 

Not old enough to know for sure but don't you mean Flappers? 

LOL!    Your right I meant Flappers......I must have been thinking of those clapper Christmas gifts I got...."clap on clap off".....Where's that darn receipt anyway.....

 

Mike

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2 hours ago, Elpad said:

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I rather liked the unedited one you posted earlier . Looks to be an old box camera she’s holding. 

 

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On 1/1/2019 at 3:35 PM, dei said:

 

Not old enough to know for sure but don't you mean Flappers? 

Unfortunately I am 

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Love those '56s! Would seem to be a well optioned car, wide whites and wheel covers.

We all have those that "got away", and I passed on one like that (a Special convert) in the early 70's, before I bought the one I still have in '76. Needed trans work, but the body was quite good for an Ontario car of the time.

 Brings back memories!

 Keith

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Posted (edited)

Now that's just (mid) evil looking.

Love it!

 

May I ask what building is that? 

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32 minutes ago, dei said:

Now that's just (mid) evil looking.

Love it!

 

May I ask what building is that? 

 

Sorry, but I don't know what building it is. It looks like somewhere in Italy, but not for sure.

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Just went by the Buick storage parking building to check on the car and start Almendrón as I regularly do and no sooner I took the cover off the lady just could not resist to check it out “My mother loves Buicks” she exclaimed. Funny 😄, I do too. Nice meeting you Gracie....have a nice weekend.

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On 1/8/2019 at 12:03 PM, Volker said:

 

Sorry, but I don't know what building it is. It looks like somewhere in Italy, but not for sure.

Tried to read poster , but couldn’t but guess South America somewhere , but great photo , great legs 😉

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4 hours ago, Elpad said:

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These old photos amaze me. Assuming that this photo was taken circa 1949 and that lovely slip of a woman was about thirty years old at the time, she (if alive) would be around 100 years old now. I wonder what kind of a life she led. Zeke

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39 minutes ago, zeke01 said:

These old photos amaze me. Assuming that this photo was taken circa 1949 and that lovely slip of a woman was about thirty years old at the time, she (if alive) would be around 100 years old now. I wonder what kind of a life she led. Zeke

I wonder that too.  Especially at antique auctions and the like when you find old family photos..

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Here is the car of my friend Kenneth Becker: 😎👍
 

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