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Parking Lot Series: The Charlotte Coliseum

The Charlotte Coliseum is located at 2700 East Independence Blvd. in Charlotte, NC. In 1955 when it officially opened the structure was covered by the largest unsupported steel dome in the world. Up until when later renovations were undertaken the Coliseum could accommodate anywhere between ten-to-fourteen thousand visitor seats. The building has survived and has been re-named…

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Watch this Chevrolet Knee’s in Action

Today’s lead image dated to November 6, 1934, by the source, shows either a 1934 or ’35 Chevrolet “Knee-Action” promotional car equipped with it parked in front of the St. Louis Monument located in Forest Park at St. Louis, Missouri. This form of independent front suspension was developed by Andre DuBonnet, and Chevrolet’s version of it…

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Radio Station Promo Vehicles: Pontiac Woody – Corvair Greenbrier – Edsel Station Wagon

Radio station mobile units or promotional cars and vans are usually covered in lettering and two-tone or bright color combinations to make them more eye-catching to the general public. The three distinctive examples shown here certainly do gain attention and date from the 1940s, ’50s, and ’60s. The lead image contains two female models wearing “Blue Bonnets”…

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