Discussion in 'Hats' started by The Wiser Hatter, May 16, 2011.
Someone did a similar commercial with either the Pontiac G3 or the Wave & I was thinking it was Dick Dale but I can't find it. The hatchback had built in speakers/amps & he just plugged in. I don't think the car sold very well.
Roy showing off by riding without a saddle !
The car looks like my memory of my dad's '47 Cadillac fastback. The grille, anyway.
Skating in New York, 1937
I really like that one. As I have mentioned here before, Years ago I worked in the town where Roy lived. While doing road or flood control work, Roy would always stop and talk to us. He was a regular guy who liked being outside. He was a gentleman and a hero of mine. Thanks for posting this.
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I could sit all day & just enjoy watching the cars and folks and what they wore back then.
Perhaps join in a conversation and later have a bite to eat at the local diner!
Looks like this smiling lady with the hat sitting on the front fender is enjoying a shot from the bottle. Great way to wash the car!
Interested in a dating of that last image of a sea of creases. Is there a larger version of this image? Love these old crowd shots from the early century.
Pancho Villa, 1914.
Found this website of old mug shots a while back. Great study of the hat styles of the 1920s.
Thanks buddy, could have searched it out myself, but I'm lazy. Love those old creases.
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