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Traffic Congestion is Nothing New

This press photo taken on Feb. 11, 1952, during the height of winter traffic on Corey Ave., shows us a long line of cars which lead back into St. Petersburg Beach, Florida. County officials at the time, almost sixty years ago were trying to come up with a solution to what they called, never ending…

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The Hungry Horse Dam

This artistic view of Hungry Horse dam was taken by the Bureau of Reclamation at the Hungry Horse Project in Montana and is dated Nov. 7, 1952. It gives us a good view of a representative sample of what was on the American road at the time. The late thirties Packard near the group of…

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An Attractive Lagonda in Brookline

Here we are back in Brookline Mass. again, at McNear’s dealership where this smart looking Lagonda is being driven out of the out of the establishment. Just behind him we see a bathtub Nash and then a Morris Minor. Note the Jaguar poster and the MG and Bentley banners on the wall inside. Can any of…

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A Bantam in Brazil

This little Austin Bantam in Brazil appears to be being fueled by a syngas wood gas generator, possibly during WWII. It is a humorous photo, as you can see, because the generator is about a quarter the size of the car. This appears to have been a factory made unit of which we have seen photos…

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