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    Even tho they're not old, his one's for Randy...

    School Busses. Knappa, Oregon.

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    Cool photo. It reminds me of the lot where we park our busses. These guys are fun to drive.
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    This is one of my most favorite photos. Sadly, the streetcar has been demolished for scrap. 8x10 efke IR film


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    efke IR 4x5 and a homemade lens. probably should have stopped down a bit


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    Quote Originally Posted by uphereinmytree View Post
    This is one of my most favorite photos. Sadly, the streetcar has been demolished for scrap. 8x10 efke IR film
    Just a beautiful shot! Thanks.

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    Re: Old Cars, Trucks and Motorcycles

    Quote Originally Posted by uphereinmytree View Post
    This is one of my most favorite photos. Sadly, the streetcar has been demolished for scrap. 8x10 efke IR film

    If you're ever in San Francisco you'll likely see one just like it in service! When I first came to the area, not knowing its love affair with the old street cars, I was literally blown away when I saw the Desire pass by.

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    Re: Old Cars, Trucks and Motorcycles

    I seem to only be taking photos at the Pioneer Air Museum in Kingsbury, TX these days. Here's one from April 2018. I think the car is Model T based, maybe Mr. Galli can identify? Didn't get a look at the pedals.

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    Model T in Kingsbury, TX by Mike Boudreaux, on Flickr

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    Just like the images. Keep up the good work. Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fj55mike View Post
    I seem to only be taking photos at the Pioneer Air Museum in Kingsbury, TX these days. Here's one from April 2018. I think the car is Model T based, maybe Mr. Galli can identify? Didn't get a look at the pedals.

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    Lovely photo and the detail is fantastic. Yes, an early (1915 or earlier) Ford Model T. My only complaint is not with you, but the car builder. Why would you leave the ghastly plywood grain showing at the cowl. Little things people do that don't make sense. You have to be a car guy to fuss I guess. Great job Mike.
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    Jim, that bulkhead was visible on early Model Tís like seen on the restoration in the photos, if I remember correctly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nodda Duma View Post
    Jim, that bulkhead was visible on early Model T’s like seen on the restoration in the photos, if I remember correctly.
    Hardwood. Painted black. Not plywood. I don't think plywood was invented yet in the 1910's but could be wrong about that.
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