Pair-O-Dice Salvage Avatar

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themountainlaurel:

Free People

themountainlaurel:

Free People

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womenwhoride:

ca. 1938, England — Motor engineer Mr. H. Jenneret and a passenger try out his new motorcycle and ‘oscillant’ sidecar where the driver and sidecar wheel bend at the same time. This invention stops the sidecar from turning over. — Image by © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/Corbis

womenwhoride:

ca. 1938, England — Motor engineer Mr. H. Jenneret and a passenger try out his new motorcycle and ‘oscillant’ sidecar where the driver and sidecar wheel bend at the same time. This invention stops the sidecar from turning over. — Image by © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/Corbis

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morbidrodz:

Follow this blog for more Hot Rods and Kustoms

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carsontheroad:

Classic and antique cars (till 1998)selected by CarsOnTheRoad

carsontheroad:

Classic and antique cars (till 1998)
selected by CarsOnTheRoad

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anemicangel:

Dekotora - A Japanese discipline of decorating industrial and commercial vehicles with anything that reflects, glows, or flashes.

Inspired by Arcade culture. Nerds FTW!

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xenophone:

pulpcovers:
original paperback cover art by Robert McGinnis for As Old As Cain by M.E. Chaber
final published version here

xenophone:

pulpcovers:

original paperback cover art by Robert McGinnis for As Old As Cain by M.E. Chaber

final published version here

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smooth:

DeadFix

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btwlphotography:

LeMans Classic 14 // Part 2

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prova275:

George Follmer… Roy Woods Racing Trans Am Javelin

prova275:

George Follmer… Roy Woods Racing Trans Am Javelin

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theoldiebutgoodie:

The Mysterious Fate of The “Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry” ’69 Charger R/T
“I bought [the] Charger from the production company’s available car pool. I was working on the TV show “The Streets of San Francisco,” at the time. While waiting for another scene to be set up, I was looking through the trade papers the studios get to get cars and props from other studios inventory and spotted the picture of the Charger and knew what it was,” explained Bert.
“The trades never mentioned what movie or TV shows vehicles were used in, they just listed a vehicle description and vehicle condition. I saw the picture of the Charger with the stripe running along the side and knew what movie it was from. Had a studio bought it [before me], they probably would have totaled it in a wreck or blown it up for a scene and moved on.”
“I found a few things in the trunk including a blue denim shirt with a grease stain on the left shoulder and arm, sound equipment cable ends, a beat up area road map of Stockton, Farmington and HWY 99 areas maked in circles, and a stainless steel six-foot CB antennae sticking out through the backseat.” It turns out that the blue levi shirt Bert found in the trunk wasn’t just some crew member’s discarded shirt.
“I always thought it was a film crew mechanic,” recounts Bert. “I washed it and wore it for about 3 years since it was new and fit me. I just watched my DVD again and noticed Larry’s blue shirt had an identical grease stain!”
“[The Charger] had R/T emblems but was not a 440. It had dents on the roof and the back of the stripe. I had the bodywork done, they stripped it down and repainted it but had to wait before the stripe could be done, the striping guy said to let the paint cure first before he would do it.”
Sadly, the fate of the DMCL Charger would repeat the film somewhat. “[My ex] needed the car, so she dropped me off at work. It didn’t take her long to wreck it actually, her 13-year-old sister did. My ex let her drive on a side street and ended up on the on ramp of the freeway, freaked out and took out the guardrail…at least thats what they say they hit.”
“I took it to a car dealership and just let them have it [and a trade] so I wouldn’t have to mess with the paperwork. I never told the dealer where the car came from, I just didn’t think about it in my state of mind,”

theoldiebutgoodie:

The Mysterious Fate of The “Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry” ’69 Charger R/T

“I bought [the] Charger from the production company’s available car pool. I was working on the TV show “The Streets of San Francisco,” at the time. While waiting for another scene to be set up, I was looking through the trade papers the studios get to get cars and props from other studios inventory and spotted the picture of the Charger and knew what it was,” explained Bert.

“The trades never mentioned what movie or TV shows vehicles were used in, they just listed a vehicle description and vehicle condition. I saw the picture of the Charger with the stripe running along the side and knew what movie it was from. Had a studio bought it [before me], they probably would have totaled it in a wreck or blown it up for a scene and moved on.”

“I found a few things in the trunk including a blue denim shirt with a grease stain on the left shoulder and arm, sound equipment cable ends, a beat up area road map of Stockton, Farmington and HWY 99 areas maked in circles, and a stainless steel six-foot CB antennae sticking out through the backseat.” It turns out that the blue levi shirt Bert found in the trunk wasn’t just some crew member’s discarded shirt.

“I always thought it was a film crew mechanic,” recounts Bert. “I washed it and wore it for about 3 years since it was new and fit me. I just watched my DVD again and noticed Larry’s blue shirt had an identical grease stain!”

“[The Charger] had R/T emblems but was not a 440. It had dents on the roof and the back of the stripe. I had the bodywork done, they stripped it down and repainted it but had to wait before the stripe could be done, the striping guy said to let the paint cure first before he would do it.”

Sadly, the fate of the DMCL Charger would repeat the film somewhat. “[My ex] needed the car, so she dropped me off at work. It didn’t take her long to wreck it actually, her 13-year-old sister did. My ex let her drive on a side street and ended up on the on ramp of the freeway, freaked out and took out the guardrail…at least thats what they say they hit.”

“I took it to a car dealership and just let them have it [and a trade] so I wouldn’t have to mess with the paperwork. I never told the dealer where the car came from, I just didn’t think about it in my state of mind,”

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bushwackerinc:

Ready to hit the trails for the Ouray #Jeep Jamboree! #JeepJamboree #4x4 #4WD #offroad

bushwackerinc:

Ready to hit the trails for the Ouray #Jeep Jamboree! #JeepJamboree #4x4 #4WD #offroad

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bobberinspiration:

Shovelhead

bobberinspiration:

Shovelhead