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Rough House – Chevrolet Design and Testing

For a quite Sunday post today we have Rough House, a Jam Dandy film produced for Chevrolet in 1949. In the production, the automaker demonstrates the performance, durability, comfort,and safety features engineered into the car. Next it takes you to the Chevrolet Proving Grounds for a very interesting demonstration of the various tests that the automobiles are…

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Five Fun Friday Fifties Kodachrome Images

1957 GMC Schaefer Beer Trucks

Number twenty-four in the Fun Friday Kodachrome Image series starts out with the lead photo of a colorful pair of Schaefer Beer delivery trucks. The beverage Distributor appears to be from the Borough of Little Silver, NJ, in Monmouth County? The Company certainly did not scrimp and went for the big ticket chrome appearance package for the…

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Extraordinary Motoring Sculpture by Guillaume Moreau

Guillaume Moreau Sculpture V-8 Racing Car 3

Being an enthusiast of early racing cars, the first glance at Guillaume Moreau’s work proved to be very special. Many of his works contain three floating elements: radiator and engine, driver, mechanic and seat, rims and tires. Moreau is from Etampes, France, which is an hour southwest of Paris. Both his father, painter Claude Moreau and his mother, Marie-Jo…

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