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Vintage Women and the Automobile No.2

We last featured Vintage Women and the Automobile No.1 back in January so it long overdue to to bring you a new installment of photos of the the fairer sex and the car. The dictionary definition of fairer is: of pleasing appearance, especially because of a pure or fresh quality. In contemporary usage, this term may be…

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Progress on the Streets of St. Louis, Missouri

When dealing with big city streets, so called progress always seems to cause traffic tie-ups. This pair of early-to-mid 1960s photos clearly demonstrates that problem here on a busy street in St. Louis, Missouri. The traffic bottlenecks were caused by the removal of older cast iron street light fixtures and poles that were being replaced by…

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A Salesman and a 1936 Nash Coupe

By the mid-thirties, cars were much more streamlined then what had been previously offered, and the shape of most had changed dramatically in the space of only four years. This 1936 Nash Coupe is is a perfect example of the change from the stand-alone radiator and hood of 1932, to the more integrated shape were…

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The Sunday Edition No. III – Coachbuilder Mark Nugent – A Mystery Pierce-Arrow – Downtown Sioux Falls – A Model T Motorhome

Ross Colebatch, Digital Communications Producer at the Australian Design Centre contacted us this past week to let us know about the video he has produced about Mark Nugent, of Dubbo N.S.W. and his coachbuilding operation. The Design Centre is an arts and crafts promotional organization supported by the Australian Government. In this video of Mark in his shop, he explains the history…

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