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Old 08-23-2011, 02:09 AM   #51
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Re: Vintage picture thread

I love these threads!
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Old 08-23-2011, 07:37 AM   #52
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Definitely was a set-up picture. That's not a '63 Vette.
Agree - most likely a '62.

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Old 08-23-2011, 07:41 AM   #53
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I don't think I have seen any new vehicles traveling by carrier for 20+ years. Is it still done?
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Old 08-23-2011, 08:04 AM   #54
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Re: Vintage picture thread

So - to redeem myself for posting a "non vintage" pic, here's another car hauler -

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Old 08-23-2011, 12:48 PM   #55
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AND - notice that it IS a GMC pulling them !!!
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Old 08-23-2011, 12:49 PM   #56
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Re: Vintage picture thread

How about some vintage race car transporters.....
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Old 08-23-2011, 12:51 PM   #57
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a couple more...
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Re: Vintage picture thread

Can't find the one with the Truck in the mountains in deep snow with horses, hopefully someone will post it.

Couple more;
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Old 08-23-2011, 06:55 PM   #59
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Re: Vintage picture thread

Still yet ANOTHER load of new Chevy trucks being delivered by a GMC "crackerbox" tractor ( probably has the 230HP V6 Detroit Diesel )

Yenko Chevrolet in 1968.

. . . two other dealerships in 1969 or 70.

. . . and another shot of the "truck center" at Yenko Chevrolet in Cannonsburg PA.

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Old 08-23-2011, 07:53 PM   #60
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whoever designed those car haulers did some thinking on the arrangement
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Re: Vintage picture thread

Thread just keeps gettin better!
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Very cool!
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Re: Vintage picture thread

Since we are looking at Car Haulers, here's a few -






You'll notice these two haulers are owned by the "FJ Boutell Company" - significant to me since I had not one but two uncles who drove for Boutell. In fact, one of my uncles is the gentleman that loaned Mr Boutell the money to start his company.

Ever hear an urban legend about a truck driver that ripped the top off a Buick showcar via a freeway overpass; the car being saved and subsequently turned into a convertible? That would be my Uncle Joe. Fortunately, his relationship with Mr Boutell (and their earlier financial transaction) probably saved his job that day.



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Old 08-24-2011, 09:55 AM   #64
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Re: Vintage picture thread

I posted these pics over in the payload thread but I guess they qualify as vintage as well. This is my grandfather's 1970 C20 bringing in a load of hay during the winter of 1976.

My grandfather and this truck are the reason I'm a Chevy man today and why I bought my truck a little over a year ago. He was a great man, and I have many wonderful memories of going fishing in this truck and flying down the interstate at 60 mph with about 6 of my cousins in the back fighting over who got to sit on the wheel tubs.

This truck worked hard as a Minnesota farm truck its whole life and rotted away to nothing years ago, but I think of my grandfather every time I get in to my little C10.
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Re: Vintage picture thread

Here is the one with the snow and horses and one with a bear.
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Shyguy - where yuuuu fruuuummmm???

My mom's from Kennett MO and my dad was from Senath.

Here's a few of my own vehicles:

Hinderparts of a '69 GMC pickup - our first truck. (I still have the GTO):



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Same truck / same kid:








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Here is the one with the snow and horses and one with a bear.
Thanks shyguy...love that pic.
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Keith Seymore; I have a magazine with a spread of that Malibu I believe.
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Keith Seymore; I have a magazine with a spread of that Malibu I believe.
Yep - should be either Popular Hot Rodding - or "Chevelle - Chevy's Mid Size Muscle" (or something like that )

http://www.popularhotrodding.com/fea...lle/index.html

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this thing never get's old !
I post it from time to time and just sit back and watch !!!!!!!

#1 is the truck a 67 or 68 ? Can't seeif it has side marker lights
#2 what is the car behind the wreck ? Corvette
#3 is the vinyl top of the 67 camaro peeled up ? or is the top buckled ? Buckled
#4 who's fault was it ? Chevy truck
#5 where is it ? on the highway!
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Here's one more "vintage" picture - no FAMILY though.

It's title was: " Sixty-three's on the move" !!!
Unfortunately the picture of the car hauler has all 62's on it....
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One of my favorite commercials from "MY" childhood !!!

http://youtu.be/SndVKiBoilA

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These pictures were 30 years ago. I guess that's vintage:
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One of my favorite commercials from "MY" childhood !!!

Wow!!


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These pictures were 30 years ago. I guess that's vintage:
Scary to think that the 80's were that long ago.
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Scary to think that the 80's were that long ago.
You're right! Shannon,there,has her own house and is in her 30s.
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