An interesting line of traffic during 1951

Here is the perfect photo for our readers that like looking at photos of everyday cars in the element and time in which they were originally used. It is dated 1951 and perhaps one of you would like to identify as many of the cars in it as they can and possibly also the location.

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6 Responses to An interesting line of traffic during 1951

  1. Dennis M says:

    Front and center we have a well dressed 1941 Buick convertible, next in line could be a Lincoln Zephyr, then a ’50 or ’51 Chevy, another Lincoln?, and a late 40′s Kaiser-Frazer convertible.

  2. glocke380 says:

    There is Fremont Tavern in Seattle.

  3. Omar says:

    Fremont Avenue in Seattle. Traffic backed up when bridge opened to let ships through on canal.

  4. Thanks to all for the details.

  5. Robbie Marenzi says:

    1) 1938 Plymouth coupe; 2) 1941 Buick convertible; 3) 1940/41 Willys sedan; 4) 1949/50 Chevrolet sedan; 5) 1946/48 Nash sedan; 6) 1948/50 Packard convertible; 7) ??? 8) 1950/51 Studebaker

  6. Adam says:

    I guessed Seattle, too. not sure why, though

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