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RDP
Posted 2018-03-31 11:05 AM (#560824)
Subject: dealership pics and info - FL era



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Many of us are looking for information and photos from our dealer station.
So here is a good place to show your collections.





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Posted 2018-03-31 11:16 AM (#560827 - in reply to #560824)
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A.F. Ryan - Oneida
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Posted 2018-03-31 11:22 AM (#560828 - in reply to #560824)
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Art Frost, Culver City, CA




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Posted 2018-03-31 11:27 AM (#560829 - in reply to #560824)
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Posted 2018-03-31 10:32 PM (#560860 - in reply to #560824)
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Rare of the rare .... 57 Firedome convertible, fitted with dog dish hubcaps
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Posted 2018-04-02 4:33 PM (#560984 - in reply to #560824)
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Amazing DeSoto photos! Talk about swag... they had everything and anything hanging in the dealership.
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Posted 2018-04-02 7:27 PM (#561004 - in reply to #560824)
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WOW, these are so cool. I'd love to find some of those 57 desoto spinner hanger pieces. I wish more stuff survived from these dealerships!!! Would help me with my museum.
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Posted 2018-04-02 11:44 PM (#561022 - in reply to #561004)
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Why not make them new ? This kind of thing is still made all the time.
Get some decent photos and find the advertising people to make it happen.
For all the really difficult things people ask me to make out of really hard
to work with materials, working with cardboard and string would be a piece
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Posted 2018-04-02 11:47 PM (#561023 - in reply to #561022)
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Did anyone else notice the earliest documented automotive cup holder in history ?

Just look at the fin-tip mounted cup holder on the driver's side fin of the Firedome
convertible above. I almost missed it !
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Posted 2018-04-03 10:38 AM (#561040 - in reply to #560824)
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I'm doing what I can to have things original if possible. If that search turns fruitless, then I'll consider a remake
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Posted 2018-04-03 2:16 PM (#561054 - in reply to #561023)
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Doctor DeSoto - 2018-04-02 8:47 PM

Did anyone else notice the earliest documented automotive cup holder in history ?

Just look at the fin-tip mounted cup holder on the driver's side fin of the Firedome
convertible above. I almost missed it !


I didn't notice the cupholder, I was preoccupied by the kid about to pick his nose for the camera, the stationary exhale of cigarette smoke, and the '55 DeSoto hood ornament!
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Posted 2018-04-06 11:40 AM (#561218 - in reply to #560828)
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Art Frost Pictures as in CinemaScope . . . and in this thread a pleasure to see no rust at all! Thanks RDP.  :)



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Posted 2018-04-06 1:51 PM (#561224 - in reply to #560824)
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Notice that in the pic of the '57 DeS sedan with the little girl holding a brochure and looking in the front passenger door you can see the terrible sloppy fit of the rear door and trim... that was not at all unusual for '57! '58 was better and '59 much better for panel and trim fitment.
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Posted 2018-04-06 4:03 PM (#561226 - in reply to #560824)
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Thanks for posting these great pictures!
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Posted 2018-04-07 3:53 AM (#561242 - in reply to #560824)
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. . .  and here a 1957 DESOTO Adventurer Convertible being sold these days at Barret-Jackson:

http://www.forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=68351

 An outstanding and exclusive FWL-Car!

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Posted 2018-04-07 11:55 AM (#561252 - in reply to #560824)
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B. F. Wiley Motor Co.

Beebe DeSoto-Plymouth

Berl Berry Dodge in Kansas City, Missouri

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Posted 2018-04-08 8:27 AM (#561270 - in reply to #560824)
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Great Photos!
Noticed none of the Art Frost Dealership cars had no passenger side mirrors.
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Posted 2018-04-08 3:56 PM (#561280 - in reply to #560824)
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A quick comment about the noticed poor fit of the rear door on the '57 DeSoto sedan mentioned above. Back in the day it was common practice for the dealers to "rebuild" these cars once at the dealership from the factory as they were extremely poorly assembled. At my dad's dealership, he would have never had that car on the showroom floor without the door being properly adjusted which would be relatively simple to do. Many things "slipped through the cracks" at the assembly plants back then with the possible exception of the Imperial as there was more attention to detail. Still not the greatest but better than average regarding the Chrysler plants.


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Posted 2018-04-09 2:42 PM (#561317 - in reply to #560824)
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Beyer Motors, 3435 S Kingshighway Blvd, St. Louis



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Posted 2018-04-09 3:03 PM (#561319 - in reply to #560824)
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The Beyer Motors building is still standing:


https://www.google.ca/maps/place/3435+S+Kingshighway+Blvd,+St.+Louis...

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Posted 2018-04-11 3:21 PM (#561409 - in reply to #560824)
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Bigelow Motors, Washington Ave. Belleville N.J.

Bill Brown, Spokane

Bill Ellis Motors, Palm Springs CA

Bill Henderson Motors, 23677 Van Dyke at 9.5 Mile Road, Warren MI.



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Posted 2018-04-12 7:14 PM (#561493 - in reply to #560824)
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The 1957 new model introduction looks as if it was a roaring success at the Frost dealership. I wonder how many cars they sold based on the new low FL bodies for 1957? It makes me feel a bit sad because I know the build quality (especially of the early cars) was not all it should have been and turned off customers due to their propensity of early rust outs. And the recession of 1958 didn't help either.





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Posted 2018-04-14 1:10 PM (#561608 - in reply to #560824)
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Bill Luke

Bill Poer , 202 South Myrtle Ave. Monrovia, CA

Bill Stock Motors, Roseburg, OR



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Posted 2018-04-14 3:12 PM (#561613 - in reply to #561608)
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I thought the Bill Stock Motors building and cars looked like there was a war on. Apparently they were damaged in a major fire and dynamite explosion that levelled something like 12 blocks in the downtown. Several (13?) deaths and various injuries (25 people?) in various gruesome ways. Yikes!

https://books.google.ca/books?id=nEwiCgAAQBAJ&pg=PT60&lpg=PT60&dq=Bi...

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Posted 2018-04-19 2:16 PM (#561899 - in reply to #560824)
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Boat Motors, N 14th at US 441, Leesburg, FL

Bohling, Hammond, Indiana

Boling Motors

Bolmer Motors, East Main Street, Bound Brook, NJ

Boyd Motors





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Posted 2018-04-26 11:11 AM (#562308 - in reply to #560824)
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Brener Motor Sales, Toledo, OH

Brooks Brothers, Meadwille, PA

Brown Motors, North Petoskey, MI

Brucker Motors, St Charles, MO

Bryant Motor Co.

Bryant-Rowe Motors, Williamsburg, VA



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Posted 2018-04-26 11:24 AM (#562309 - in reply to #560824)
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Thanks' for digging up those great photos Robert, really appreciated
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Posted 2018-04-26 12:29 PM (#562314 - in reply to #560824)
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These are SUPER helpful as I'm doing museum stuff!
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Posted 2018-04-26 1:23 PM (#562320 - in reply to #560824)
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does anyone else notice no one was fat back in the 50's?
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Posted 2018-04-26 4:23 PM (#562332 - in reply to #562320)
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mikes2nd - 2018-04-26 12:23 PM

does anyone else notice no one was fat back in the 50's? :)


Yeah, not even Santa. But you have to remember this was before the govenment started regulating everything and people were eating eggs, bacon, saugage, cheese, fried potatoes, bread, biscuits and gravy, etc. and this was just for breakfast! Boy, it was great back then.


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Posted 2018-04-26 4:25 PM (#562333 - in reply to #560824)
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I don't know about no-one, but it definitely doesn't look as common as today.

I wish I could find an old picture of Bank Motors where my Plymouth was purchased, but I have come up empty so far.



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Posted 2018-04-26 6:48 PM (#562340 - in reply to #562332)
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mikes2nd - 2018-04-26 12:23 PM does anyone else notice no one was fat back in the 50's? :)
Yeah, not even Santa. But you have to remember this was before the govenment started regulating everything and people were eating eggs, bacon, saugage, cheese, fried potatoes, bread, biscuits and gravy, etc. and this was just for breakfast! Boy, it was great back then.

 

no one was drinking corn syrup like it was water(sugar is addictive), and they worked.  now corn syrup in everything...  fried foods everyday with chemicals that make you addicted... maybe we need to make some regulations to go back to those pure foods

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Posted 2018-05-05 3:43 PM (#562846 - in reply to #560824)
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C. A. White & Son, Delaware, OH

C. B. Smith, Austin, TX

C. F. Smith Motor Company, 22nd and Broadway, Louisville, KY

C.H. Dimmette, 900 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica, CA

C. J. Russell, Ogdensburg, NY




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Posted 2018-05-06 12:22 AM (#562861 - in reply to #560824)
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My Regal lancer came with the "Berl Berry" emblem on it. Interesting to see it posted.



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Posted 2018-05-13 3:06 PM (#563300 - in reply to #560824)
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C.S. Hamilton, Dallas, TX

Caldwell-Pyle Inc., Compton, CA

Capital Chrysler Plymouth Tallahassee, FL

Carl's Motor Co. Wilmington



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Posted 2018-05-13 3:13 PM (#563301 - in reply to #563300)
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Ooo..A very early Fiat- Chrysler (product) connection? (I see Fiat 500s but they might be NSU Prinzes too ??)



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Posted 2018-05-14 1:18 AM (#563328 - in reply to #560824)
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A lot of awesome photos. I was wondering if there is a time machine that will take back to the good ole days when these cars were brand new , I can go to the dealership order myself a 1958 plymouth belvedere fully loaded with a 318 red and white . I know that is not possible but you can not blame me for trying
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Posted 2018-05-14 3:01 PM (#563368 - in reply to #560824)
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yes, it's funny, very early FCA products

1- Fiat 500, 2- Fiat 600, 3- Autobianchi (Fiat 500 based car)

https://www.hemmings.com/magazine/hsx/2011/10/Celestial-Cinquecento-...



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Posted 2018-05-24 3:16 PM (#563972 - in reply to #560824)
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Central Motor Company, Austin Avenue, Waco, TX

Century Motors, Brooklyn, NY

Certilman Motors, Babylon, NY

Chet Dickson, Petaluma, CA



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Posted 2018-05-25 10:53 PM (#564027 - in reply to #563972)
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Posted 2018-05-31 5:31 PM (#564329 - in reply to #560824)
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Holley?

Anyone know?



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Posted 2018-05-31 6:20 PM (#564337 - in reply to #564329)
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ABloch - 2018-05-31 5:31 PM

Holley?

Anyone know?


Google Holley Dodge Middletown CT. Don't know if they are the same but they probably are.
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Posted 2018-05-31 8:38 PM (#564348 - in reply to #560824)
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Tried that. That dealership closed in 2009 after only 21years in business. Doesn't add up.
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hergfest
Posted 2018-06-01 1:18 AM (#564354 - in reply to #560824)
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Bagott Motors

Bagott Motors

Bagott Motors

Bagott Motors

Bagott Motors in Palouse, WA.  I bought this neon sign from them a few years back and hadn't seen these photos he had.  Only pics I have seen with my sign hanging on the building.  I thought the sign was late 40s early 50s but I was wrong.  Clearly prewar from the cars in the photos.  I've never seen another one like it.

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RDP
Posted 2018-06-01 12:42 PM (#564369 - in reply to #564337)
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hergfest, nice story, thanks for sharing.


1960fury - 2018-06-01 12:20 AM

ABloch - 2018-05-31 5:31 PM

Holley?

Anyone know?


Google Holley Dodge Middletown CT. Don't know if they are the same but they probably are.


May Tyler TX?



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Mike McCandless
Posted 2018-06-02 8:30 AM (#564405 - in reply to #560824)
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It's unusual to see the Dodge/Plymouth combo. Usually see chrysler plymouth. Also, that height is unique as well. The more common ones are 9-13' tall. That's a super cool sign you got!
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hergfest
Posted 2018-06-02 9:58 PM (#564435 - in reply to #560824)
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I'm thinking it was locally made. They had a fire in 1955 and had to rebuild most of the building, I think that is when the sign was taken down. They put up some new Neon after the rebuild I'm guessing in 1956 judging from the cars in the photos. The "BAGOTT" must have also been locally made. Palouse is in Eastern WA close to the Idaho border. Pretty remote place. Pics are of the install and some I took on Thursday.

 

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mikes2nd
Posted 2018-06-07 12:08 PM (#564725 - in reply to #560824)
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might as well put this picture here, its from a dealership, displaying the "Suddenly" Hot Rod car.





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RDP
Posted 2018-06-09 2:21 PM (#564886 - in reply to #560824)
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This car has oversize wheels?
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RDP
Posted 2018-06-15 2:58 PM (#565183 - in reply to #560824)
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Childs Motor Co.

Christensen Motors, Eatonville, WA

Chuck Huttton Co.



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