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56D500boy
Posted 2019-10-14 2:20 PM (#588824 - in reply to #588792)
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Sometimes I see people advertising 56 Dodge D500s as the car that set the records at Bonneville. Whatever their motive, that is not true. The tests were done in the fall of 1955, well before the December 22 1955 announcement of the D500 option. This advert from the Dec. 1955 issue of Mechanix Illustrated had to be set up for printing well before Dec. (probably Oct. 1955). SO there is that and perhaps more importantly, the mention of the 230 hp engine. Er...that is the Power Pack (4 bbl dual exhaust) 315 Poly option, not the 260 D500 hemi. Just sayin'





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60 Imp
Posted 2019-10-15 6:31 AM (#588853 - in reply to #81647)
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Sid, well spotted with the Fort Collins pic. (looks like a LWB coupe! )

I cant see the 60 FL in the pic called 60 fl.

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1960fury
Posted 2019-10-15 9:10 AM (#588862 - in reply to #81647)
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In this case FL stands for "Funland" and the picture war allegedly taken in 1960, but since there are no newer than 59 models, I guess it is 1959, or late 58.
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Posted 2019-10-16 12:27 AM (#588885 - in reply to #588862)
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Posted 2019-10-21 5:20 AM (#589061 - in reply to #588885)
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Posted 2019-10-21 10:49 AM (#589069 - in reply to #589061)
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Posted 2019-10-21 5:22 PM (#589085 - in reply to #81647)
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Is that a Borgward Isabella station wagon in front of that Ford?

Nice shot from NYC, a few FLs to be seen.
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1960fury
Posted 2019-10-22 7:06 AM (#589113 - in reply to #589069)
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1960fury
Posted 2019-10-24 5:46 AM (#589171 - in reply to #589113)
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^^^^They should have left the 57/58 wagon design unchanged for 59. Expensive uglifying just to introduce completely new cars for 60.



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Powerflite
Posted 2019-10-24 10:00 AM (#589176 - in reply to #81647)
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I disagree. I think the '59 Plymouth wagon design is a big improvement over the '57-'58. At least now it has real fins on it.
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1960fury
Posted 2019-10-24 3:12 PM (#589191 - in reply to #589176)
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I'm glad there is a 56 Desoto in the background, so I can post this beautiful 59 Olds 4dht space ship. The 59 GM 4d ht design goes very well
with the 59 Olds and Chevy bodys but looks just terrible on a 59 Cadillac, imo.

Here is a bigger version (that I can't download):

https://www.flickr.com/photos/mss2400/34495940240

and if you click on the arrows there are a couple of FLs too, like this wonderful picture with 49 star flags.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/mss2400/34113872023/in/photostream/

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Powerflite
Posted 2019-10-24 3:33 PM (#589196 - in reply to #81647)
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You can get the large picture by saving the entire website. Go in the folder and pull out the largest picture, and delete the rest afterward.
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1960fury
Posted 2019-10-24 3:49 PM (#589198 - in reply to #589196)
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Powerflite - 2019-10-24 3:33 PM

You can get the large picture by saving the entire website. Go in the folder and pull out the largest picture, and delete the rest afterward.


I usually take screen shots and cut/downsize them to below this sites **** max size limit, yet, it does not work.
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Posted 2019-10-24 4:48 PM (#589201 - in reply to #81647)
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I saved it as described and then resampled in IrfanView (because I am at work). Sometimes, they won't let you even right click or save the site in any way, so you have to use PrintScreen in those cases.



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1960fury
Posted 2019-10-24 5:18 PM (#589202 - in reply to #81647)
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Thanks, I'm not a computer person, to say the least.... I wonder if someone can id the white car on the left in the background. I guess not.

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56D500boy
Posted 2019-10-24 6:24 PM (#589205 - in reply to #589202)
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1960fury - 2019-10-24 2:18 PM
. I wonder if someone can id the white car on the left in the background. I guess not.


This one?





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Doctor DeSoto
Posted 2019-10-25 12:10 AM (#589220 - in reply to #589205)
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Looks like an end-of-the-line Hudson/Nash.
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Posted 2019-10-25 4:57 AM (#589223 - in reply to #589205)
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1960fury - 2019-10-24 2:18 PM
. I wonder if someone can id the white car on the left in the background. I guess not.


This one?



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Chrycoman
Posted 2019-10-27 1:47 AM (#589339 - in reply to #589220)
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Doctor DeSoto - 2019-10-25 12:10 AM

Looks like an end-of-the-line Hudson/Nash.



Thinking more on the lines of a 1959 Dodge Truck. Looks like the 1959 Dodge Truck grilles with the large rectangular holes and the chrome bar along the front edge of the hood. If you look through the windshield you can see the standard, small non-wraparound rear window.

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Posted 2019-10-27 2:29 AM (#589340 - in reply to #589339)
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Chrycoman - 2019-10-26 10:47 PM
Thinking more on the lines of a 1959 Dodge Truck. Looks like the 1959 Dodge Truck grilles with the large rectangular holes and the chrome bar along the front edge of the hood. If you look through the windshield you can see the standard, small non-wraparound rear window.

Folks, no more calls. I think we have a winner. (Thanks Bill)





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1960fury
Posted 2019-10-27 4:38 AM (#589342 - in reply to #589339)
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Chrycoman - 2019-10-27 1:47 AM

Doctor DeSoto - 2019-10-25 12:10 AM

Looks like an end-of-the-line Hudson/Nash.



Thinking more on the lines of a 1959 Dodge Truck. Looks like the 1959 Dodge Truck grilles with the large rectangular holes and the chrome bar along the front edge of the hood. If you look through the windshield you can see the standard, small non-wraparound rear window.



Thats it!
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Posted 2019-10-27 2:37 PM (#589360 - in reply to #589342)
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Look again. The windshield is WAY too tall and narrow on the Dodge truck.
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Posted 2019-10-27 2:40 PM (#589361 - in reply to #589360)
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Doctor DeSoto - 2019-10-27 11:37 AM
Look again. The windshield is WAY too tall and narrow on the Dodge truck.


Maybe but it definitely isn't a 55 Hudson like you suggested before deleting that post.

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1960fury
Posted 2019-10-27 2:59 PM (#589362 - in reply to #81647)
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Well its got a truck mirror, like on the Dodge trucks pictured and the rear window has the same shape. Couple of things appear odd, like the shadow on the hood, but it seems to have a 5 letter name on the hood (3 letters visible) so its gotta be a truck (mirror) and very likely a Dodge.

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1960fury
Posted 2019-10-28 5:41 AM (#589397 - in reply to #589362)
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Posted 2019-10-31 6:29 AM (#589550 - in reply to #589397)
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Posted 2019-10-31 4:29 PM (#589562 - in reply to #589550)
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Posted 2019-11-01 12:40 AM (#589575 - in reply to #589562)
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Posted 2019-11-01 7:37 AM (#589583 - in reply to #589575)
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Posted 2019-11-01 6:02 PM (#589593 - in reply to #81647)
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December 1960, Baltimore. Big 60 Dodge and 59 Chrysler in the snow. Can someone post it here. I can't.

http://darkroom.baltimoresun.com/2013/12/retro-1960-snow-storm-dec-...

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Posted 2019-11-01 6:07 PM (#589594 - in reply to #81647)
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Here you go.



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Posted 2019-11-01 6:47 PM (#589597 - in reply to #589594)
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Posted 2019-11-02 9:07 AM (#589609 - in reply to #589597)
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56D500boy
Posted 2019-11-02 10:48 AM (#589612 - in reply to #589609)
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You've mislabeled the convertible as a 56. Should be a labeled as a 58pcvt




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1960fury
Posted 2019-11-02 11:28 AM (#589616 - in reply to #589612)
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56D500boy - 2019-11-02 10:48 AM

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You've mislabeled the convertible as a 56. Should be a labeled as a 59pcvt




Yes, I can tell a 56 and a 58 apart, but just pressed the wrong button. And I'm pretty sure you know the difference between a 58 and 59 too
Plain side trim and no whitewalls and picture taken when the car was pretty new, very unusual for a convertible.

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Posted 2019-11-02 11:34 AM (#589618 - in reply to #589616)
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Yes, I can tell a 56 and a 58 apart, but just pressed the wrong button. And I'm pretty sure you know the difference between a 58 and 59 too
Plain side trim and no whitewalls and picture taken when the car was pretty new, very unusual for a convertible.


Oops...yes, I know a 58 from a 59 and I specifically told my fingers to type 58 but they rebelled and typed 59 instead. Corrected now in my post but to live on in the QUOTE forever.

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Posted 2019-11-02 12:08 PM (#589619 - in reply to #81647)
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I believe the 60 Plymouth has been on here before but I just noticed the strange license plate. Where is that from?
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Posted 2019-11-03 6:29 AM (#589651 - in reply to #589619)
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58coupe - 2019-11-02 12:08 PM

I believe the 60 Plymouth has been on here before but I just noticed the strange license plate. Where is that from?


Yes, it was, a couple of fotos, but not sure of this particular one.
I want to know too, from what state or country is that license plate?
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Posted 2019-11-03 8:29 AM (#589655 - in reply to #81647)
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It says right on it where it is from. NJ stands for New Jersey. They had some funky looking plates in Jersey back then.
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Posted 2019-11-04 12:27 AM (#589683 - in reply to #589655)
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That's Schlomo Lebowitz. Good kid from Hoboken. Still has both cars.
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Posted 2019-11-04 6:48 AM (#589686 - in reply to #589683)
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Posted 2019-11-05 11:10 AM (#589746 - in reply to #81647)
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That's one way to tow an old car home, I suppose. Where do you suppose he put the trunk lid? I'm guessing somewhere in the old car. Judging by the license tag on the old car it must have been somewhere in Europe.



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Posted 2019-11-05 11:14 AM (#589747 - in reply to #589746)
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58 DESOTOS RULE - 2019-11-05 8:10 AM

That's one way to tow an old car home, I suppose. Where do you suppse he put the trunk lid? I'm guessing somewhere in the old car.


Look again. You can see the butt end of the trunk lid at the passenger side of the old car showing the license plate area.

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Posted 2019-11-05 2:36 PM (#589758 - in reply to #589746)
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58 DESOTOS RULE - 2019-11-05 11:10 AM

That's one way to tow an old car home, I suppose. Where do you suppose he put the trunk lid? I'm guessing somewhere in the old car. Judging by the license tag on the old car it must have been somewhere in Europe.



It is the German Autobahn 1962 (sigh). I posted a couple of pictures of that, many years ago, with the name of the owner of the Dodge or a link, IIRC.


https://www.prewarcar.com/this-was-a-transport-of-an-fiat-509-to-fra...

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Posted 2019-11-06 11:01 AM (#589810 - in reply to #589747)
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Joe, that is a terrible photo but if there was only the driver in the car maybe no fatalities. The guard rail might had missed him.
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