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Vietnam Vet67

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  1. Stripes on WD Teague Texaco stations

    The picture and the following attachment are from a book titled "The American Gas Station". Here is what the caption said next to the picture. "Partially influenced by the unadorned simplicity of the International Style, Walter Dorwin Teague presented a number of distinct station models to Texaco's Board of directors by 1937. By use of rounded roof lines and aerodynamic gas pumps mounted on smoothed islands, the new structures contained marked references to the Streamline Moderne. By 1940 over 500 of the new stations were built or remodeled to Teague's specifications."
  2. Picked up this die cast at a local shop in the clearance table. They were made partially decalled, in this case all the Sunoco decals and the number 94 were installed and then they gave you a sheet of the rest of the decals for you to install. I was really worried because these decals were over 25 years old. I used Tamiya Mark Fit Strong decal liquid and everything came out great.............really happy with it.
  3. 1959 "Wild Cad" Custom

    WHAT..................NO WOOD GRAIN OR OPERA LIGHTS OR LANDAU ROOF ??????????????
  4. 2018 Arca Toyota W.I.P.

    Closest finish in ARCA history for the #41 car.
  5. Need info on '78 Cedric/Gloria Brougham

    Here is a link to some Japanese car brochures:http://www.japanclassic.ru/booklets/40-nissan-cedric-1975-330-01.html
  6. Butch Hirst Cutlass

  7. Three old Texaco stations + a little surprise

    1st drive in gas station was in Pittsburgh in 1913 and it was a Gulf station.
  8. Butch Hirst Cutlass

    Like it...................checked him out on Racing Reference website. Ran a total of 6 races between 1970 and 1971. Can't remember seeing that model Olds at the races. Very cool. Where did you get a photo of this car to make the model??
  9. Dirt track Terminoloy

    YUP !!!!!!!!!!
  10. 1978 Chevy Nova 4dr POLICE

    HERE IS A LINK TO THE 1978 CHEVY NOVA / IMPALA FACTORY POLICE BROCHURE............MIGHT HELP ALSO. http://oldcarbrochures.com/static/NA/Chevrolet/1978_Chevrolet/1978_Chevrolet_Police_Vehicles/dirindex.html
  11. Plymouth Volaré redo - DONE

    We bought a new 1978 Plymouth Volare with the "Fun Runner" package which was all the Road Runner trimmings but with the "Super Six" 2bbl engine. Awesome car and great mileage with the lockup torque converter. Had the same interior shown on an earlier post.
  12. Pontiac Kit Wanted

    If you find a kit here is a link to a Canadian 1968 Pontiac Parisienne brochure: http://oldcarbrochures.com/static/Canada/Pontiac/1968 Pontiac Brochure/index1.html
  13. CBR 2018 - Packard powered Jag.- DONE

    What did you soak your model in to get off paint and decals????????