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Twin Falls, 1941. A nice line-up of period cars. I noticed that the '37 Buick has the optional anti-bumper lock mounted. The '37 Buick that I bought in 1961 had the one mounted on the rear bumper and had a latch to flip it down to open the trunk. 

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This Vintage photograph is from my hometown of Santa Clara, Cuba. You can see the cars (Taxis?) parked by the “Parque Vidal” located in the center of the city. Looks like early 50’s when the cars were originals. These could be the same vehicles that roam Cuban roads in extreme poor conditions. Can you spot the Buicks?

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20 hours ago, neil morse said:

 

This one has me stumped.  Where's Waldo?


possiby an early 50 parked on the far left but not sure. 

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22 hours ago, Elpad said:

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That is either:

A right hand drive 55 Roadmaster, or 

an inverted print from a negative, or

A woman with the longest left arm in history! 

 

If the latter, no wonder that guy is smiling! 

 

 

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7 hours ago, JohnD1956 said:

 

 

That is either:

A right hand drive 55 Roadmaster, or 

an inverted print from a negative, or

A woman with the longest left arm in history! 

 

If the latter, no wonder that guy is smiling! 

 

 

And they still smiling!

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