SCCA Racing at Qualcomm, today and Sunday (June 30th)

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Breaking bad call out with a license plate? Maybe

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The Zebra Mustang that Barris built for Frank Sinatra's character in a movie

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the coolest subway access I've ever seen

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Easiest way to map out a road trip across the USA, "Road Trip USA" .com

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Coolest thing I saw all day

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James Garner... raced a Charger Daytona? Or is this Buddy Baker?

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Found on http://stiffspeed.tumblr.com

the car says Buddy baker, and maybe it's so obvious that the guy is also Buddy Baker, whom I've never seen a photo of... but he sure looks like James Garner
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Jersey vehicle theft prevention system.

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Found on http://stiffspeed.tumblr.com/image/46942281599

I think I posted this Superbird before
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I just learned of this past weekends Model A event, the Texas Tour

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these top two photos are courtesy of Robert




these last two photos are of the wagon ruts in a limestone riverbed from the pioneer days, from the 5 page gallery of the event at http://www.soonermodela.org/apps/photos/album?albumid=14832804
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the photoshopper strikes again, and this time makes a van from a vette

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above found on http://stiffspeed.tumblr.com


but this one was found 3 years ago on parkoffka.com was the work of "Capsule" and I posted the photo and the info at http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2010/02/this-is-coolest-van-ive-seen-since.html

the red one immediately reminded me of the green one. Small grill, big flat front, etc.

Steve just sent me :

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If you had a show rig, I guess you'd transport it to shows on a cool rig like this

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the guys driving these hot rods had the spirit, no one does this anymore

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More 1970's paintjobs on Superbirds (and a Daytona) , it's been a good month!

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and can you believe a chrome bumper on the nose? I've never!


all from http://stiffspeed.tumblr.com
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GT 40s in the 1960's

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Motion Performance back in the day

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I'm guessing on this last one


all found on http://stiffspeed.tumblr.com
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FYI, there is a website that reports the news on fleets, trucking, commercial vehicle news

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Great coverage of the Le May museum car collection on Moto Original right now

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The LeMay exhibits are in many seperate posts on http://www.motoriginal.com Enjoy!
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Most far out thing I've seen in a while, NASA used a Pontiac Catalina as a tow car for an experiemental aircraft

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Thanks to John Torres! Who filled me in on the story of the Catalina; This Pontiac was driven at speeds up to about 120 mph. It needed to be able to tow the M2-F1 on Rogers Dry Lakebed next to NASA's Flight Research Center (FRC) now named Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC) at a minimum speed of 100 miles per hour. To do that, it had to handle the 400-pound pull of the M2-F1. Walter "Whitey" Whiteside, who was working in the Flight Operations Division, was a dirt-bike rider and hot-rodder. Together with Boyden "Bud" Bearce in the Procurement and Supply Branch acquired the Pontiac Catalina convertible with the largest engine available and then sent it to Bill Straup's hot-rod shop near Long Beach for modification. With a special gearbox and racing slicks, the Pontiac could tow the 1,000-pound M2-F1 110 miles per hour in 30 seconds. It proved adequate for the roughly 400 car tows that got the M2-F1 airborne to prove it could fly safely and to train pilots before they were towed aloft behind a C-47 aircraft and released


Pontiac Catalina tow car for NASA’s M1-F2 lifting body aircraft, c.1963

found on http://www.motoriginal.com/post/51195565490/pontiac-catalina-tow-car-for-nasas-m1-f2-lifting
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a couple more 70's era paint ideas on Superbirds

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Above is noticeably red line tires in front and white letter in back, and the name of the car is the Free Machine, found on http://mostuffsthlm.tumblr.com

this nose stripe looks terrific, also found on http://mostuffsthlm.tumblr.com
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