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1960fury
Posted 2019-11-07 9:06 AM (#589842 - in reply to #589841)
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Posted 2019-11-07 10:21 AM (#589847 - in reply to #589842)
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Posted 2019-11-07 1:31 PM (#589863 - in reply to #81647)
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Posted 2019-11-09 8:20 AM (#589940 - in reply to #589863)
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New 57 Plymouth, showing the ridiculous stock stance. All FL's need to be lowered, IMO!


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Posted 2019-11-09 8:59 AM (#589942 - in reply to #81647)
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That one does look too high, but the DeSoto above looks fine.
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Posted 2019-11-10 12:55 AM (#589973 - in reply to #589942)
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Video of vintage downtown parade going past a Chrysler dealer. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=1961+parade&&view=detail&mid=DD...
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Posted 2019-11-10 4:28 AM (#589979 - in reply to #589973)
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Apollo 61 - 2019-11-10 6:55 AM

Video of vintage downtown parade going past a Chrysler dealer. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=1961+parade&&view=detail&mid=DD...

thanks for sharing, this dealer is Kusic Motor Sales, 4040 Main St.
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Posted 2019-11-10 2:22 PM (#589985 - in reply to #589973)
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Apollo 61 - 2019-11-10 12:55 AM

Video of vintage downtown parade going past a Chrysler dealer. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=1961+parade&&view=detail&mid=DD...

Just GREAT!^^^^





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Posted 2019-11-11 3:08 PM (#590026 - in reply to #589985)
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Posted 2019-11-12 5:10 PM (#590066 - in reply to #81647)
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"We wondered why and who selected a 4,120 pound, more door Dodge Dart Phoenix to take to Lions. Perhaps it was the only ’60 model in the L.A. fleet equipped with the dual quad, Ram Induction 383. Its best three run average was 14.99 at 91.64 with the 3.55 gears."





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Posted 2019-11-12 5:22 PM (#590068 - in reply to #81647)
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I'm just wondering why they would wear white lab coats & overalls to roll around on the ground with. That wouldn't be my first choice.
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Posted 2019-11-12 8:39 PM (#590076 - in reply to #81647)
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Posted 2019-11-14 5:33 AM (#590117 - in reply to #590076)
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Posted 2019-11-18 5:31 PM (#590349 - in reply to #590117)
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Posted 2019-11-19 12:37 AM (#590379 - in reply to #81647)
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A funny picture of a creased 1957 DeSoto in service as a Driver's Ed car. (It may have been posted here before, but don't bother telling me if it has as I don't care.)

 





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Posted 2019-11-19 9:03 PM (#590413 - in reply to #590379)
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56 Desoto Advert from the June 1956 Issue of Speed Age (the Desoto was the Pace car for the 1956 Indy 500)





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Posted 2019-11-20 5:55 PM (#590466 - in reply to #590413)
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Posted 2019-11-21 8:46 AM (#590489 - in reply to #81647)
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Would love to own this car.



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Posted 2019-11-21 12:08 PM (#590490 - in reply to #590489)
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I have never understood how so many people who had the chance, made the
call to have them towed off to the junk yard. ... and then went down and bought
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Posted 2019-11-21 12:37 PM (#590491 - in reply to #81647)
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Doc, lots of people didn't, which is why we're all here.

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Posted 2019-11-21 4:07 PM (#590506 - in reply to #81647)
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Posted 2019-11-23 6:59 AM (#590595 - in reply to #81647)
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OK, I started it, I'm guilty, sorry, but I ask a moderator to remove these disturbing pictures of K-cars and other 80s *****
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Posted 2019-11-27 4:12 PM (#590832 - in reply to #590595)
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Posted 2019-11-29 6:50 AM (#590896 - in reply to #590832)
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Posted 2019-11-29 6:56 AM (#590897 - in reply to #81647)
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Right hand drive...

Where is this from?
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Posted 2019-11-29 7:14 AM (#590898 - in reply to #590897)
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Right hand drive...

Where is this from?


Note the license plate.....



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Posted 2019-11-30 8:58 AM (#590933 - in reply to #81647)
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Not right hand drive. First picture is reversed.
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58coronet
Posted 2019-12-01 7:23 AM (#590961 - in reply to #81647)
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I think the 300G in the photo above may be the one I owned from 1979-87. Mine had the black 1962 headlight bezels, a front antenna with no right side mirror, and holes in the bumper where a trailer hitch had been installed. Can anyone identify the registration on the second boat as to what state? Mine was an Ohio and surrounding states car. the man I sold it to in 87 still owns it, in New York state.
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Posted 2019-12-01 8:43 AM (#590963 - in reply to #590961)
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58coronet - 2019-12-01 7:23 AM

I think the 300G in the photo above may be the one I owned from 1979-87. Mine had the black 1962 headlight bezels, a front antenna with no right side mirror, and holes in the bumper where a trailer hitch had been installed. Can anyone identify the registration on the second boat as to what state? Mine was an Ohio and surrounding states car. the man I sold it to in 87 still owns it, in New York state.


Can't make out boat registration, but license plate looks to be 66 North Dakota.
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Posted 2019-12-01 11:05 AM (#590970 - in reply to #81647)
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Thanks Ev, yes it certainly does look like a '66 North Dakota plate. I know my car was in Decatur Illinois at one point. On the black headlight bezels, I would assume an owner changed these as a cosmetic preference, and I would think this was seldom done, hence my thinking that it's a very strong possibility this is the car I owned. Strangely the car in the pic does not have a left outside mirror. Mine did, a remote control mirror. The car appears to be in very nice condition for being 5+ years old, referencing the Mercury behind it. Mine was a very late production '61, nicely optioned with factory AC and rear defogger but standard radio with front fender antenna. It was in fairly nice shape in the early 80's and I drove it out of state several times to Chrysler 300 club meets, but being only in my 20's at the time I had little means to improve the car and sold it. Wish I still owned it today.
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Posted 2019-12-01 4:59 PM (#590985 - in reply to #590970)
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Posted 2019-12-03 5:15 PM (#591045 - in reply to #590985)
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Ray Bell
Posted 2019-12-03 6:44 PM (#591048 - in reply to #81647)
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I'm pretty sure we saw that one only a few weeks ago...

I remember the Ford ute and the Borgward along with the Plymouth in the background.

But thanks for you efforts to keep this thread going.
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Posted 2019-12-09 9:24 AM (#591314 - in reply to #591048)
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Posted 2019-12-10 6:13 AM (#591379 - in reply to #81647)
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A photo reproduced in a movie...

[img]https://i.postimg.cc/0N5G70N4/1219fralfmoviedodge.jpg[/img]

I have no idea what the connection was as Alfie had no money for such a car and I don't think Adelina would even have been driving then. I would think that photo was taken at Calder raceway when he was racing his Lotus 20, but maybe not. It may well have been Adelina's brother's car.

It's quite an interesting movie if anyone wants to invest 55 minutes in it...

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Posted 2019-12-10 6:44 AM (#591382 - in reply to #591314)
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Ray Bell
Posted 2019-12-16 4:46 PM (#591704 - in reply to #81647)
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This Plymouth, then very new obviously, came from a movie clip on You Tube showing the Italian Grand Prix of 1957.

It's in the pit/paddock area at Monza. I'm pretty sure that would be a Lancia next to it, but it might be some kind of Alfa.

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Posted 2019-12-21 5:21 AM (#591856 - in reply to #591382)
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Posted 2019-12-26 6:12 PM (#592056 - in reply to #81647)
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the Fury depicted in the pic above is one of the few imported for that year. There was an active importer and many Mopars were sold new from 57 to 65 or so. The Fury is running a Targa Prova, or a garage plate under the rear bumper, probably was awaiting italian registration. The car on the side is a Lancia Aurelia coupe, one of the most beautiful Lancias ever produced. My 58 Fury had italian plates dating to 1958, sold by same importer and dealership as the 57.
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Posted 2019-12-26 6:16 PM (#592057 - in reply to #81647)
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here is a convertible belonging to DinO RIsi, famed art director and movie maker of italian fame



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Posted 2019-12-26 6:21 PM (#592058 - in reply to #81647)
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This poor Plymouth was later moved to Sargegna, where is was left to rot for many years. Seems its in restoration now, but not sure about this. WIll try to find some other pics. It took part of many sixties italian movies
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Posted 2019-12-27 11:28 AM (#592084 - in reply to #81647)
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Thank you, Antonello, it's good to have some extra information like that...
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Posted 2019-12-27 12:57 PM (#592086 - in reply to #592084)
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from the movie "It's a Mad,Mad,Mad World"
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Posted 2019-12-27 1:51 PM (#592088 - in reply to #592086)
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from the movie "It's a Mad,Mad,Mad World"


That vBulletin [img] format doesn't work here. You need to use the Kawf format based on img src = which I am going to do right now





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Posted 2019-12-27 2:33 PM (#592091 - in reply to #81647)
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In general, it is best to upload the file here. Links eventually die, and the picture is lost. A couple of European people loved photobucket and linked everything to it. Now those entire threads are unreadable because you no longer know what they are referring to.
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Posted 2019-12-29 9:19 PM (#592219 - in reply to #81647)
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thanks guys I'll try the next time I see a cool old picture
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Posted 2019-12-29 9:56 PM (#592220 - in reply to #592091)
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In general, it is best to upload the file here. Links eventually die, and the picture is lost. A couple of European people loved
photobucket and linked everything to it. Now those entire threads are unreadable because you no longer know what they
are referring to.


I know the feeling well...

Many times you go to a 'how to...' on a forum and it's more than a year old and the pictures are either not there, or
Photobucket has a habit of putting them there but blurred and with a 'Photobucket' watermark across the bit you want to
see. I used Imageshack for a long time but then they started to charge. Up until then they weren't totally reliable, but
fairly useful, and they guaranteed picture retention if you paid the $36 a year.

As I had over 4,000 pics uploaded I felt I had to pay, so I paid for a couple of years, then I got two e.mails at the same time -
one from Paypal telling me to update my credit card details and one from Imageshack saying they'd cancelled my account
because I didn't pay! And there was no way of contacting them to rectify it. Most of the images, however, do still remain there
and when there's something I find that has dipped into oblivion I upload the pic again to Postimage, which remains free and seems
to have no picture loss problems. At least, not that I've struck.

But Postimage brought us a problem a year or two back too! Their URL included .org, so that was what you had on the image link
on the thread involved. But they changed all of them to .cc, so you had to go back when a photo had disappeared and edit a change
from .org to .cc. But then some threads on one or two forums are locked so they can't be edited.

You can't win.

One of the good things about some forum software is that it resizes images so they don't go beyond the window boundaries.

We need that here!

Note that you don't have to scroll across and back constantly to read my post? I'm cutting the line length so you don't, but many don't,
and the only reason you have to do that is because people post photos which are too wide.
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