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Pontiac official cars for Billy Rose’s Aquacade at Treasure Island… wonder how he swung getting new Pontiacs for his amusement park?

May 18th, 2017 by admin

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Pontiac official cars for Billy Rose’s Aquacade at Treasure Island… wonder how he swung getting new Pontiacs for his amusement park?

Packard hunting car

September 12th, 2016 by admin

It began life as a Packard Super Eight LeBaron All Weather Town Car, delivered from the factory Park Avenue dealership in New York City on Christmas Eve 1933.

it began its career on a Westchester County estate. At some point, one of its owners took it to Peter McAvoy & Son, a commercial auto body builder in New Rochelle, New York, about 20 miles north of Manhattan.

McAvoy knew his trade. Born in Ireland in about 1860, he immigrated to the United States in 1881. By 1910, the census listed him as the proprietor of a wagon factory, and indeed the City of New Rochelle enlisted him to repair carts for the Street Department. His occupation was upgraded to “carriage builder” by the 1920 census, but the 1918 city directory had already listed him under “Auto Bodies,” so he was prescient in his trade. His son James joined him in the business and became the president of Peter McAvoy & Son after his father’s death in 1929.

Cutting the LeBaron body off just aft of the division partition, the McAvoys constructed a high-quality wood body in its place. Seeking maximum utility, they extended it a full five feet beyond the rear axle of the already-lengthy 147-inch wheelbase. As completed, it is equipped with two fuel tanks, greatly extending its range between fill-ups.

Sliding glass rear windows, large roof vents, tether rings around the body, and a lack of any seating or racks for firearms all suggest it was built for the transport of hunting dogs.

notice the exhaust is up over the roof

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It appears someone treated the Marriot golf cart like a party bus and busted the steering on a curb

August 1st, 2014 by admin

it’s pretty cool that the San Diego Marriot has a woody golf cart though

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It appears someone treated the Marriot golf cart like a party bus and busted the steering on a curb

any guess how many amazing cool old woody’s and limos were used at private lodges, hotels, and campgrounds

April 7th, 2014 by admin

1940 International woody

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65 years of hiding a 1930 woodie, only come to light because the property was sold, and if it were left, the new home owners would get it.

March 28th, 2014 by admin

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Beautiful Buick woody at SEMA

November 17th, 2013 by admin

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Beautiful Buick woody at SEMA

the Pendine Sands VHRA hot rod races of 2013 was photographed by Bryn Musselwhite for Speedhunters.com

September 13th, 2013 by admin

Pendine has a 7 miles stretch of sand beach, and is one of three speed trials venues in the British isles, it’s been used for speed trials since the 1920’s when Campbell and Parry-Thomas were reaching speeds over 140 up to 170’s in the Sunbeam and Napier

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1942 Hudson Woody found in Death Valley, then recreated

July 5th, 2013 by admin

This 1942 Hudson Woody Wagon was found at 7,000 ft above Death Valley. At some point in the 50’s it had been stripped of its interior, trim and drivetrain and used as a supply wagon to be dragged behind a tractor by a local miner. In 1969 it was brought back down the moutainside with the intention of restoring it. With its frame past the point of saving, the wagon was used as a template to build a replica body on a donor frame, a process that took over 5 years.

a variety of good stuff from Go Away Garage

May 29th, 2013 by admin

how cool is this old wrecker, they weren’t called tow trucks when and where I grew up, they were known as wreckers. One thing I like about this one, the tire covered

Genevieve, the movie about the London to Brighton run

May 27th, 2013 by admin

the movie is about a guy with a wonderful wife, and she has been putting up with his annual run in the London to Brighton event, and this time, he bets the family savings that he will beat his old pal, the guy in the yellow 1904 Spyker, that his 1905 Darraq will finish first between the two of them

this red car giving a tow? It’s actually an Allard

How cool is the 3 wheeler with the red dress wearing passenger in front?

and how cool is this little kids 3 wheeler? Looks like a compartment on the step area I’m familiar with

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Genevieve, the movie about the London to Brighton run