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This one makes me think of simpler, times. Everyone looks like they are really enjoying a rare convertible 1938 Plymouth. According to a book I have, 1900 convertibles were made for the 1938 production year.

 

Couple a young dudes with a pair of sweet ladies out for a cruise/date. Maybe a picnic. Maybe a few nips of a flask?

 

 

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On 7/17/2020 at 12:51 AM, pflaming said:

If you did not like the one above, maybe this one will catch your fancy.

 

 

 

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My “Fancy” took one look at that and ran screaming over the hill

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is that the space shuttle sitting on the back of that thing.....?  what I like about this thing is     THANKFULLY SOMEONE ELSE OWNS IT.....

 

I don't think Clark Griswold would even drive that thing...

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6 hours ago, keithb7 said:

This one makes me think of simpler, times. Everyone looks like they are really enjoying a rare convertible 1938 Plymouth. According to a book I have, 1900 convertibles were made for the 1938 production year.

 

Couple a young dudes with a pair of sweet ladies out for a cruise/date. Maybe a picnic. Maybe a few nips of a flask?

 

 

Love the photo ,thank you for posting....

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I saw these today. Who knows what they were used for?  I hadn’t seen such for decades! 

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This is a grain drill, most likely wheat.. but unique because it first turned over the stubble of the last crop then planted the seed behind, both in one operation. 

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                                                        1938 Plymouth

 

 

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Just might be some great parts left on that car.

 

The person taking the picture probably already saw that and now all gone! 😪

 

Good field find however.

 

Thanks,

 

DJ

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On 8/2/2020 at 11:22 PM, pflaming said:

A part of his collection.  I’m going to go see it all.

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You can send me that junky one missing it's grill

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