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Thank you Toto and dbnc2 for commenting on our 1928 Model A. That car had lots of experiences and great memories.
I LIKE THIS PUZZLETHE CAR WAS MADE THE YRAR I WAS BORN
Great memories and history tied up in this old photo. Thanks!
Hi warbler. We did not name our old car. The collie was 'rover' I think, but that was over 50 years ago??? The picture was dug up 4 years ago for a family reunion. It now part of my computer collection.
Awesome photo-don't loose it. Did the car have a name? How about the Collie? Thanks.
Thank you Jacquescamus. I had this car as a teenager so we had lots of fun using it.
i love oldtimers Gladstone!
Thank you MaryAnderson, pumphinhead Nanax4 and gnt1041 for stopping by a taking time to comment on my former old car. I used it to travel 150 miles to my first job.
Great pic of a classic auto
Very interesting, Gladstone! How great that you have a picture of it. My first car was a truck! :)
A picture of history. Thanks for sharing this, gladstone.
TO BAD U COULDNT KEEP THE CAR I LUV CLASSICSBORN & RAISED MYSELF ON A FARM I KNOW HOW IT FEELS MY GRANDMOTHER HAD TO GIVE UP ALL MY GRANDFATHERS CARS WICH WERE CLASSICS HE HAD A WAREHOUSE FULL OF THEM WHEN I WAS A KID I LUVED THEM NOW SINCE HES BEEN GONE ITS BEEN HARD BUT U LEARN TO LIVE W/IT KNOW MATTER HOW MUCH IT HURTS.
I got this car when I was about 17, so it was my everything car. Hockey, baseball, dances, getting stuck in snow. Thank you for stopping by and your comments.
My husband and his brothers had an old Model A to go to school in, in the late 40's. But, if they had a date, they could use the family car.
Thank you Trish and Dave. The building beside our carport was a log ice house where we had a cream separator. We kept the cream on ice for a week before it could be shipped.
There's even a frost shield on the rear window!
and there is a cute collie staring at the camera that i barely noticed. nice car, great garage! thanks gladstone.