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Streamline Test Car: The McQuay-Norris Tear Droppers

McQuay-Norris was a manufacturer of high-quality aftermarket engine and chassis and chassis parts located in St. Louis, Missouri. In 1932 the Company had a series of six “Tear Drop” Test Cars built on either Model “A” Ford or 1932 Ford chassis’ by the Hill Auto Body Metal Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio. The attention-getting-egg-shaped McQuay-Norris tear droppers…

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Mean While Deep in the Heart of Texas

Today’s images are a random assortment of interesting photos from the “Lone Star” State. The lead photograph was taken in Kilgore, Texas, in 1958, and it appears, the two women behind the car are adding some gasoline after the mid-1950s Cadillac had run out of it. The situation is kind of ironic with all of…

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