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1st I’ve heard of the Chevrolet Sports Department, it’s inception began in April 1968, and it ran up to 1976 during the Olympics. Also, I’ve never heard of the Sports Recreation Department

May 11th, 2018 by admin

The Ford marketing was known as the Performance Clinic, and the Dodge and Plymouth marketing was the Scat Pack Club and the Rapid Transit System, but until today, I don’t think I’d ever heard of the Chevrolet Sports Department

Heath Ledger skate boarding over Christian Bale while they take a break on the set of The Dark Knight.

May 9th, 2018 by admin

Makes my day to know they could goof around a bit while making the movie

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Heath Ledger skate boarding over Christian Bale while they take a break on the set of The Dark Knight.

Chuck Connors looking very similar to Steve McQueen’s dune jump with a woman in the passenger seat holding on for life

May 6th, 2018 by admin

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Chuck Connors looking very similar to Steve McQueen’s dune jump with a woman in the passenger seat holding on for life

How much is a parking lot worth? In Santa Monica? What about if a celeb super star owned it last? Now, is it worth less when you learn Bill Cosby is selling it? I doubt it.

May 2nd, 2018 by admin

whatever gets built there in the future, the city has already painted all the curbs around it red.
So, the next thing to get built there? Will have maximum visibility from the roads near it

That property is currently a parking lot at the corner of Marine Street and Main, and is on the market for $5.7 million. The lot is 6,024 square feet and has the potential for a 4,018-square-foot building.

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/bill-cosby-is-shedding-tens-millions-la-real-estate-1106673

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How much is a parking lot worth? In Santa Monica? What about if a celeb super star owned it last? Now, is it worth less when you learn Bill Cosby is selling it? I doubt it.

Roy Rogers liked Lincolns, and going to the swap meet… can anyone recall ever meeting a world wide known respectable celebrity in a swap meet? That blows my mind

April 8th, 2018 by admin

This 1964 Lincoln (bought used by Roy in 1965) was supposed to be painted palomino color (originally it was baby blue), but Roy didn’t realize that the friend he had paint it was colorblind, so it turned out canary yellow. Boy, was Roy surprised when he got back from vacation. But he kept it this color and he and Dale used it a lot to “take around town, or on the long road trip between Apple Valley and Los Angeles.”

Thanks Steve! (Steve and I, maybe more me than him, were amazed at the many cars Roy was known to have, and these were two that I wasn’t aware of)

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Roy Rogers liked Lincolns, and going to the swap meet… can anyone recall ever meeting a world wide known respectable celebrity in a swap meet? That blows my mind

might be real, might be an April 1st

April 1st, 2018 by admin

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might be real, might be an April 1st

Rides a Bike Tumblr was abandoned last July, and the content moved over to Ridesabike.com

March 26th, 2018 by admin

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Rides a Bike Tumblr was abandoned last July, and the content moved over to Ridesabike.com

in the broad category of things with wheels that are cool, how about Grateful Dead tour equipment loading cases?

March 8th, 2018 by admin

imagine if these were autographed, loaded with tour guitars or speakers… that would be a hell of any upgrade. But these are bouncing around through auctions as investors flip them.

They last sold for 1200

the Firebird-based Type K concept was built in 1977 by Pininfarina. What in the world is James Garner doing with it?

February 19th, 2018 by admin

The silver K Type took a bow before the television cameras in March of 1979, appearing in a two-part episode of The Rockford Files, “Never Send a Boy to Do a Man’s Job.”

In The Rockford Files role, the Type K has been updated with a 1979 Trans Am nose, as shown in the GM publicity photo below with Garner and journalist and PR guru Eric Dahlquist.

The initial Type K was designed in 1977 by David Holls and Jerry Brockstein under the direction of General Motors.

Italian automotive designer and builder Pininfarina was later commissioned to have two metal-bodied Type Ks (the prototypes were built out of fiberglass) manufactured.

Painted silver with red interior and gold with beige upholstery respectively, the twin shooting brakes sported glass gullwings in the back and were received enthusiastically as they were showcased around the US. The reception made GM ponder a limited production series with a price of $16,000 (almost triple than the 1978 Pontiac Trans Am coupe), but it never happened.

Word has it that the gold-painted Type K was destroyed, while the silver car is still out there somewhere.


https://www.autoevolution.com/news/the-coolest-shooting-brakes-ever-made-57152.html
https://macsmotorcitygarage.com/type-k-pontiacs-sporty-firebird-wagon-concept/

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the Firebird-based Type K concept was built in 1977 by Pininfarina. What in the world is James Garner doing with it?

Alan Page, Vikings defensive tackle in the 1st AFL/NFL draft in 67 picked by the GM from the hosptial, Hall of Famer and key to the 1969 Viking superbowl win… was drag racing in the summer of 71, and went on to be an associate state supreme court judge in Minnesota

February 18th, 2018 by admin

The first NFL-AFL combined draft was held March 14-15, 1967, at the Gotham Hotel in New York. While Vikings equipment manager Jim “Stubby” Eason manned a phone there, general manager Jim Finks was back in the Twin Cities with coach Bud Grant and scout Jerry Reichow.

Because Finks had just undergone surgery to remove his gallbladder, Minnesota’s modest draft materials were transported from team headquarters.

“(Finks) was lucid and everything, but they wouldn’t release him from the hospital, so we drafted from the hospital,”

ESPN.com, using metrics from Pro Football Reference, earlier this month ranked Minnesota’s 1967 draft the best in team history.

“That draft was a big step in the right direction for us,” said Page, a member of the Vikings’ “Purple People Eaters,” a defensive line adept at sacking or hurrying the quarterback who played for the Vikings from 1967-78, made six Pro Bowls and was the NFL MVP in 1971.

Page played in 218 consecutive games without an absence

Long before Page’s football career came to a close, he was laying the groundwork for his future role as a justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court. While still playing for the Vikings, Page attended the University of Minnesota Law School, from which he received a Juris Doctor in 1978. After graduating, he worked at the Minneapolis law firm Lindquist and Vennum from 1979 to 1984 outside the football season. Page was appointed Special Assistant Attorney General in 1985, and soon thereafter promoted to Assistant Attorney General.

In 1992 Page was elected to an open seat as an Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, becoming the first African-American to serve on that court. He was reelected in 1998 (becoming the biggest vote-getter in Minnesota history), again in 2004, and for a final time in 2010

In the 1st round the Vikings took Jones, who went on to be a chiropractor in LA, Washington, who played for the Vikings from 1967-72 made Pro Bowls in 1969 and 1970 and then had a career with 3M in hr, and Page.
Don Schula scouted Jones and Bubba Smith at the same time, and picked Smith, leaving Jones for the Vikings.

https://www.twincities.com/2017/04/21/vikings-1967-draft-three-guys-picked-a-great-class-out-of-a-hospital-room/

Lost Muscle Cars By Wes Eisenschenk

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Alan Page, Vikings defensive tackle in the 1st AFL/NFL draft in 67 picked by the GM from the hosptial, Hall of Famer and key to the 1969 Viking superbowl win… was drag racing in the summer of 71, and went on to be an associate state supreme court judge in Minnesota