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56 minutes ago, Mark Gregory said:

Even though some of these guys look very suspicious

I know, right? ūüĎć I‚Äôve met Keiser and Jack, so I kind of had an idea about what to expect.¬†ūü§£ A¬†few others are friends on Facebook, so I‚Äôve seen their pictures before.

 

I’m glad so many are participating, even people I haven’t seen post before. Here’s to hoping the thread continues to be used in the future. I enjoy seeing  what everyone looks like, past and present, and their cars also. 

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No doubt a dodgy character.

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My '47 Buick Roadmaster, me in the '21 Maxwell, again in a borrowed '48 Tucker and finally, the first showing of the AACA Library & Research Center Bookmobile which Tom Gibson and I donated (pre-restoration) to AACA.

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1 hour ago, 61polara said:

My '47 Buick Roadmaster, me in the '21 Maxwell, again in a borrowed '48 Tucker

Can't be to many blue Tuckers on the road and was wondering if you would know if that blue Tucker ever had an electric banner sign in the back window telling people that they had just been passed by a Tucker?

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Here's one more- me not with a car but with Henry Ford...or at least the wax replica of him at Madame Tussauds in Manhattan! (taken January 2019)

 

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14 hours ago, Roger Walling said:

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Nice Digger Roger, interesting to see it's evolution.

 

Here a couple of my Ford Small Block Digger with Packard trans in about 1970. Sold in 1973, and in 2013 with the new owners touches, turbocharged. New owner still has it and the M&H's on it are the ones I put on it "back in the day".

 

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And a few of me (and others) and cars, hard to find because I'm usually the one behind the camera.

First photo -  At the wheel on a test drive of the 1st Packard I bought  a '38 Packard Eight.

Second photo- With one of the grand-daughters at the Shannons Sydney Car Show with my second Packard, a '41 120 Club Coupe.

Third photo - With sons Greg(L) and Luke and D-I-L Donna in front of mates 1912 Maxwell at the finish of the Perth to Sydney Run(about 4,000km) re-enacting the 1912 1st cross country W -> E  crossing of Australia by a car(a one cylinder Brush)

Fourth photo - My third Packard 1950 Eight Sedan

Fifth photo - My fourth Packard, well 1/2 of one, 1948 Limo Chassis

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Me on my Mom's 48 Nash coupe which became the car I learned on.  Me in 1966 with my 36 Studebaker coupe and a couple years later with the 37 I now have pictured at her home.

The 36 is now in the Pioneer Auto Museum in Murdo, SD.

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This spring after a car show at a local church.  Got a Peoples Choice award and don't know how!

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Great thread and watch for a new feature on this site to talk about your cars in depth.  Here is my entry.  1908 Model X, one of two known in the world, the brown hair is a dad giveaway that this picture was before I took the job at AACA! :) 

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Here's a couple more from "Day One" (with my PB Roadster).

Clearly it was a Happy Day and beginning of a lifelong (30 years and counting) relationship.

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P.S. Not that I'm very photogenic (see above) or in many pictures with my car(s), but if anyone cares, there's a couple of more on the thread "Long distance driving/traveling with vintage cars" I started few months ago, right after joining this forum (Sorry, I don't know how to provide a direct link from here).

And while there, if anyone has contributions related to thread subject, please share.

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1st picture of my wife and I with the 56 back in 2016,  2nd picture is at the 2019 Auburn Indiana Grand National, 3rd picture of the truck in front of it's garage.

We are also Very Very Happy that we made it in next years AACA Calendar...:)

 

 

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Me in the 1925 Standard Touring "Beulah" in 2015.

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Wife Joan and I in the newly acquired 1925 Master "Remley". Sept.2016.

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Our 1937 Special "Lucy". Joan and I ready to set off to the BCA nationals in Springfield MO. June 2015.

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Sept 2nd 2019 with my wife Joan and my daughter's family out for my birthday dinner. "Beulah" has undergone some face lifting.

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Here is a family pic from about 12 yrs ago, and one I have posted more recently of the boys.....they do grow up quickly. I also noticed not to many pics of me with the cars.

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Here are a few. The 1930 DeSoto pieced together for a picture in 1971 and again completed in 2016 with my wife. Some cars I should never have sold--a 1951 GMC 5 window pickup truck, a 1960 Pontiac Laurentian 2 door hard top, a 1955 Chev 2 door post.scan0009.thumb.jpg.6083f9061ff1861b1174436e97d34370.jpgIMG_2626.thumb.JPG.d4675117cce68c3dda9c92600de99644.JPGscan0006.thumb.jpg.ee7433b038c5142dada44278941d2ee9.jpg

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21 hours ago, Steve Moskowitz said:

Great thread and watch for a new feature on this site to talk about your cars in depth.  Here is my entry.  1908 Model X, one of two known in the world, the brown hair is a dead giveaway that this picture was before I took the job at AACA! :) 

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Just needed a burgandy bow tie to be fully colour coordinatored. 

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Not really a selfie lover but here's a couple. The Pierce was about 10 years ago and the GTX about 3 years ago.

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Here are a couple of photo's from one of our trips to Jerome AZ  a couple years back while visiting the fire station.

 

Capt Ron in the second photo was kind enough to take anyone for a ride who wanted to experience it as they were promoting Firewise Day to bring awareness to forest fire hazards.  All age ranges took him up on it. I seen kids as young as 4 years old (guessing) and he even let  those of us in our 50's and some in their 70's enjoy a ride also. 

 

The truck is a 130" BE  1 1/2 ton model made in Evansville IN originally. If anyone knows Jerome, you know how steep the grade is in order to travel up the mountain just to see Jerome. He would take us partial way down the mountain and back up again. I was amazed how it handled - although not very fast and brakes were sketchy but it was still a good time for all. 

 

 

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