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You know the rest of this saying and if you don’t, well, Google! One day during my daily walk to the beach and pier I saw this line of vintage (when does something become vintage as compared to old by … Continue reading
And at 6 in the morning on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland, I believe he may have been. The traditional black taxis aren’t just black anymore but they are still very much out there like this fellow here. There … Continue reading
Downtown Columbus, Ohio with me stopping (briefly) in the middle of the street. Teri 📷
It had a cruising speed of 33-40 mph and a range of 29 miles. While these are no longer in use (I think) the USPS is looking into bringing the concept back… but why? Teri 📷
In a Toyota Camry driven by Nascar driver, Martin Truex, in 2017 And a 1930 Oakland (replicated original) Indy racer car. The very first V8 powered car to enter the Indy 500.
Something new at the car show this year was an entire section of the convention center floor dedicated to test driving vehicles from these trucks to a group of electric cars. The trucks here were the most popular vehicles people … Continue reading
Our first car show of the year was held a couple of weeks ago at the convention center downtown and while it was bigger than in past years due to the expansion of the floor space, I’ve come to the … Continue reading
In 1951 the Ford Motor Company was awarded the contract to develop new 1/4 ton 4×4 trucks to replace the old M38 series of Jeeps. They first saw service in the U.S. Army in 1960 with production ceasing in 1982. … Continue reading
In July of 1941, after a grueling trial and design competition initially won by Bantam, Willys-Overland Company was awarded the contract to produce a light, cross country recon vehicle ultimately named The Jeep. By October 1941, it became apparent that … Continue reading