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4th car angle parked facing side street  - '47/'48 convert?

next row - 3rd car from beer billboard - '54 sedan

2nd car from Nash billboard - white '54 sedan?

Behind office building - 

1st is a '53

4th is a '51/'52?

7th "may" be a '54


Billy Graham would soon be appearing in Pelican Stadium baseball field,

a new Nash was only $1,550,

We still listen to radio station WWL, but sadly, Jack Benny no longer entertains live at 870 on your AM dial,

(and while not a Buick, the glass-roof 1954 F#@D on the corner is a rarity)


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5 hours ago, avgwarhawk said:

Always one in the crowd who does not follow the parking rules. 




Or maybe TWO who don't follow the guidelines-

look at both the '56 4-door hardtop facing us,

but also the '55 4-door hardtop a few spaces to the left and facing away.


When you drive a beautiful Buick you may not want a Falcon Furrd tapping your bumpers?

Or is it a case of R-H-I-P?

(Rank has it's Privilege)

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On 3/12/2020 at 11:46 AM, neil morse said:



Times Square - Herald Square, NYC

Broadway at the corner of West 46th Street

Bond was selling Two-Trouser Suits, 

and just beyond Bond was the big Billboard Ad for Camel cigarettes, where SMOKE RINGS constantly emitted from the mouth of the happy smoker 

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On 10/27/2018 at 7:22 AM, Elpad said:

Think is a Pontiac wagon by the emblem and roof line, ? not sure


Here's a picture of the rear of a 1956 Pontiac wagon,




Compare to a 1956 Buick station wagon





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