Discussion in 'Film Discussion and Q & A' started by PNA, Aug 21, 2006.
I loaded the F5 with B&W and I'm hunt'n for bear............
More at eleven!
Go to it "acsonpg" get them bears. The only bears we have over here are small and cuddly, and pee on you.
I hunted down this beauty!
Anyone remember the model year??? Around the '50s?
that doesnt look like a bear to me. :scratch:
it does look like an awesome car, and some excellent pics though.
sorry, i have no idea what year it is, but i would guess its from the 50's too.
Well my eye sight ain't what it usta be.....
Actually this was parked in a Win-Dixie lot, waiting someone to park next to it a open their door against it.
Someone will come up with the year......thanks!
Looks like a beautiful '53 Roadmaster to me, but I'm not well versed in Buicks...
I will own a straight 8 buick one day! Mark my words ;-)
Just to share, here's a photo I picked up at an antique store this past winter:
I grew up as a kid in Australia in the 50's coming originally from great Britain and in those years there were a lot of "yank tanks" in this country. Maybe not technologically as good as the European cars, but as far as design goes, you couldn't beat em. I love the extensive use of chrome. How can you compare a 54-56 Cadillac with the current model. It seems all the cars look the same these days.
It's all explained away by safety and regulations! IE: the hood ornament on my 1954 Ford becomes a weapon of death during a frontal collision. Which isn't of much concern for me as the driver, because I'm too busy being impaled on the non-collapsable steering column, haha!
Wasn't it Sammy Davis Jr. that lost his eye when he wrecked and his face met the business end of a brody knob he had installed on his steering wheel? I love the old stuff, but it's not up to snuff with today's high-speed lifestyle and nonattentive, aggressive drivers. And if today's stuff was as cool as yesterdays', we'd have nothing to reminesce about.
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