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When I first saw these bikes I immediately thought about the Indian Jones movies. I believe they are German bikes from World War II. If you know something about these bikes – especially the emblem on the front of 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
Besides signs at the museum here that warned you to watch out for snakes (I kept my eyes open but was banking on them being in hibernation) and arrows directing you to stay on the walking paths, there were also … Continue reading
The Superstition Mountain Museum has several old mining buildings, mining equipment, signs that say watch out for snakes and the chapel here known as the Elvis Chapel because he once filmed a movie here.
No, I did not go in. No, I wasn’t about to go in! You can read about the museum here. Somehow this image seems to fit with all of the voting and politics today 😉
Another antique beauty that I’ve never seen before. According to its sign the vehicle was called a “depot hack” as it was used to haul baggage from the railroad station to hotels. This too is on display at the Cincinnati … Continue reading