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I'm struck by the similarity to horse drawn wagons probably of the same, or a slightly earlier, period.See http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=K1WLO9POfor an example. The wheels are bigger, and this wagon isn't the same shape, though I remember one that was very close to this overall shape. (and no, I'm not quite THAT old, but my grandfather and all his brothers had driving horses when I was small and we still have one or two horses and working carriages.
Looks like a fun picnic. Great car and clothes in the old daysThanks Dave.
Great car, even a place for the picnic basket, anyone for a cuppa!
LOL PutterDutt. Spot the difference - me Tarzan, you Jane.
I think we're in a time-warp here Dave - what year do you think?
Great car!! And the costumes are wonderful too!!
love antique cars and shows
Looks like fun!
Fun time at the park! Good image
Come on Ellen...do you think she would let him touch the lunch trunk and screw it up. He knows better...he's just the driver, washer, polisher...I'd love to have that car, though!!I think it would be a blast, too, smllpkg!Yes songbird, I think that would be a treat, too! Thanks.
They used to have parades in Victoria, where I grew up. I loved watching them go by!
This looks like a lot of fun. Tailgating with costumes! PD, it's probably more likely that she's not allowed to TOUCH it, let alone wash it! ☺ ☺ ☺
So how come HE's sitting on his duff and SHE's making lunch! She probably had to wash the jalopy, too!