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Old 02-14-2018, 08:07 AM
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In the center of Prov. RI. bus #27 Ah the sweet sound of a Buick Straight 8 , and no I did not crash the front bumper. I know who did but not sayin cause he is still alive. Think this was
taken early 1960's wish I had all those 50 dollar cars. But we are currently working on a 1949 Clipper right now. Power 391FT Alllsion getting there..
I will do the black and white scheme like ITC 27

By the way bus #27 was the 15th new Visicoach 1950 new production model.
 
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Great Picture, Big Job. Here is the link to the thread you are looking for: https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...s-gone-by.html

The Thread name is: vintage pics of days gone by
 
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Old 02-14-2018, 11:51 AM
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That's a beautiful old Flexible. Pretty rare I think. Looks to have Greyhound livery. Does the Visiliner have the big air scoop on the rear? My Dad worked for Greyhound during WWll, and I have a couple of those old vertical marble reflectors somewhere in my junque.
 
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that is a great picture.i sure love all of those old cars
 
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Great pic, great personnel history behind it too. I had thought traffic jams were a modern day issue, guess not, surprise.
 
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Love that '56 Ford Victoria! Nice picture of traffic.
 
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Here's a picture of me and my Dad taken about 1952 by his wrecker (tow truck). The truck is a 48 Chevy 3100...
 
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Here is my first car at 12 and my first hot rod with my now wife of 56 yrs. 36 Ford & 34 Chev. with V8 Buick and 6 carbs.
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