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Vintage photos of:
My Dad and my sister besides his new Simca roadster, in the 50's, somewhere in France. Dad a good pilot who drove very fast until my sister turned sick! (About 15 minutes) View full size.
A selection of automobile rear ends in Carmel, California in 1958. The prize, in my opinion, is the two-tone green-on-green 1957 Buick with the divided rear window in the center. A detail from a Kodachrome slide taken by my brother-in-law. View full size.