История автомобиля. Разное.

 
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In 1958 my father worked for Ford and our family was transferred from Windsor, Ontario, to Geelong and Melbourne, Australia, for five years. Ford Australia cars were mostly British models, such as Zephyrs and Consuls. The Falcon was introduced and it took direct aim at General Motors Holden products. There were a few "Yank Tanks" around, and the 1959 Fairlane 500 would have been in that category. This Kodachrome was taken by my father on what appears to be a tour of Ford dealers, as Coates Motors was located in Bairnsdale, 280 km east of Melbourne. There is a rain deflector on the driver's side window — Victoria state law still required hand signals.

Ford Factory, 1954
The history of Ford here goes back to 1904 when Model Bs and Cs, and later Model Ts, were built in this complex. The plant was located right alongside the Detroit River at Riverside Drive East and Drouillard Road. The two storey building in the foreground was built in 1912 as office space, and as Ford expanded more offices were installed in the buildings behind. This is where my father worked in management.

Chula Vista, California, 1958. Grandpa Fred in his MGA on Madrona Street.
 
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1937 in Annapolis, Maryland, and Newport News, Virginia. The car, a Cord convertible, would be worth around a zillion bucks today.

Late one evening, summer of '77 on Mount Auburn street in Watertown, Massachusetts; it is now long gone. I loved the sign and the car.
 
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April 26, 1923. Washington, D.C. "Automobiles at ballpark, opening game, Nationals-Athletics."

June 1939. "Pushing a car belonging to agricultural day laborer to start it, near Muskogee, Oklahoma."
 
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New York circa 1921. "Miller." Stage actress Marilyn Miller in the driver's seat.

July 1940. "Auto of migrant fruit worker at gas station in Sturgeon Bay, Wisc."
 

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Circa 1906. "Railroad station, Magnolia, Massachusetts." Multi-modal transportation.

October 1940. "Oldest Sauer boy cranking family car. Cavalier County, North Dakota."
 
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Forest Camp: 1950s
Here's the Blissmobile with the portable kitchen attached. This looks like it could be Yosemite again, in the mid-fifties.

The car is a 1957 Oldsmobile.
 
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October 1940. "Grand Forks, North Dakota."

July 1941. "Parking lot, Chicago." This would look nice in color.
 
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VEYu> "1950 Nash experimental NXI."

Наверное лучше с пояснениями и возможно даже с обоснованием экзотичности.
Это концепт первого американского малолитражного (субкомпактного) автомобиля "Nash Metropolitan" 1954 года. Выпускался до 1962-го. Мотор 1200 кубиков мощностью 42 л.с. (к концу выпуска вырос до 1500 куб.см/55 л.с.). Самый компактный американский автомобиль своего времени. Один из первых автомобилей, позиционировавшихся в рекламе производителя как женский. Особым спросом не пользовался, мягко говоря.
Выпускался в в кузовах седан и кабриолет.

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VEYu>> "1950 Nash experimental NXI."
ED> Наверное лучше с пояснениями и возможно даже с обоснованием экзотичности.
сижу, просматриваю SHORPY.com
не знаю куда старые фото старых авто,
решил сюда
если не по адресу - перенесите плиз
в своем случае, под экзотикой подразумевал - автодревности
 
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VEYu> не знаю куда старые фото старых авто

Ты главное давай. Потом разберёмся. :)

Но если фотки просто старинных автомобилей, то наверное лучше туда:

История автомобиля. Разное.

Не работает без JavaScrip // www.balancer.ru
 
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продолжаю
Washington, D.C., circa 1925. "Ford Motor Co. — Duz delivery car at St. James Hotel."

Washington, D.C., circa 1915. "W.L. Smith agency, Argo cars, 14th Street N.W." Also home, as seen here earlier, to the Square Deal Auto Exchange.
 

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VEYu> продолжаю

Давай всё же в "Историю". Ну совсем не экзотика.
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ED> Но если фотки просто старинных автомобилей, то наверное лучше туда:
ED> История автомобиля. Разное.
спасибо
буду признателен, если мои посты с фотками старых авто с SHORPY.com
будут перенесены в указанную тему
 

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Washington, D.C, 1921. "Scripps-Booth Sales Co., 14th Street N.W." And one very shiny sedan.

Washington, D.C., or vicinity, 1924. Exhibit C in the Case of the Battered Buick — our third photo with the caption "Max Wiehle" and our second look at this tattered Model T, which we can now see is at a "Repair Shop Garage." Where the mechanics seem to be following the baseball scores.

Exhibit B in the Case of the Battered Buick is this twisted Model T. The second in a series of 1924 photos captioned "Max Wiehle." Max, son of the founder of the long-defunct Fairfax County, Va., hamlet of Wiehle Station, was a Washington, D.C., businessman who owned Potomac Sales, a car dealership.

Washington, D.C., or vicinity, 1924. "Max Wiehle." Exhibit A in the Case of the Battered Buick.
 
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Philadelphia circa 1907. "Entrance to Keith's Theatre."

Lake George, New York, circa 1908. "Garage interior, Fort William Henry Hotel."

Lake Placid, New York, circa 1909. "Whiteface Mountain and Wilmington High Falls Road, Adirondack Mountains."

Detroit, Michigan, circa 1910. "Brady — Gas Company. Auto showroom." Star billing goes to the gas light fixtures above a Hudson center stage at the showroom of J.H. Brady, dealer in Hudson, Peerless and Pope-Hartford automobiles.

Colorado circa 1910. "Crystal Park autoroad trip. Pike's Peak and Cog Road from Inspiration Point, alt. 7945 feet." At the end of the road, a handy turntable.
 
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Washington, D.C., circa 1920. "Wayne Smith Auto Co. — wrecked Haynes sedan." Out second glimpse at the operations of this long-forgotten car dealer.

Washington, D.C., 1931. "Auto accident." I will leave it up to Shorpy Nation to determine the location and make of this dented dreadnought.

July 1940. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. "Cherry pickers. Auto of migrant fruit worker at gas station."
 
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September 1939. "Liquor store in Gateway District, Minneapolis."
 

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Detroit, Michigan, circa 1910. "Tourist Auto Co. (Tourist buses in front of church with Hotel Tuller at right)."

New Orleans circa 1910. A close-up of the H.A. Testard Bicycles & Automobiles storefront from the previous post.
 
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Washington, D.C., circa 1920. "Draper auto." A Dodge touring car bearing the initials of Charles W. Draper and equipped with solid rubber tires similar to the

Washington, D.C., 1921. "Mrs. Phil Riley in St. Claire car."
 
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1926. "Semmes Motor Co. truck, Walter Brown & Sons." Another from National Photo's series of Washington, D.C., working trucks. This Dodge's battered body notwithstanding, motor trucks were a relative newcomer to a workaday world where dray wagons and horse teams had long dominated.

Washington, D.C., 1926. "Semmes Motor Co. — Schindler's truck." From an interesting if moldy series of pictures showing Washington delivery trucks in their natural habitat of side streets and back alleys. Note the different varieties of "Wantmor" peanut butter sandwiches.

Washington, D.C., 1926. "Semmes Motor Co. National City Dairy truck." A dented Dodge.
 

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Washington, D.C., circa 1928. "Barrister Building, F Street N.W."

Larkspur, Calif.: 19??
 
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Washington, D.C., circa 1914. "Kar Nation." One of four photos of this odd-looking auto taken from various angles.

March 28, 1915. Washington, D.C. "Argo station wagon at Square Deal Auto Exchange."
 
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Washington, D.C., 1919. "Snelling Motor Co., interior." Two used American Sixes.

Detroit, Michigan, circa 1920. "Woodstock Apartments."
 

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Washington, D.C., 1912. "Borah, William E., Mrs., wife of Senator from Idaho." In a spiffy electric phaeton, sitting.

Chicago circa 1910. "Dearborn Street Station." Streetcar wires and a small ghost pedestrian not entirely banished by the retoucher's hand.
 
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