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Discussion in 'The Golden Era' started by Tomasso, Apr 23, 2011.
"He was the World's Greatest Entertainer. I know, because he told me so every day."
-- Ruby Keeler
He was too! LOL ^^^
If you happen to have a spare £56,000, you can buy a film star's car. It's the Rolls Royce the was owned by Raymond Massey. Click here to see it on E-Bay.
I would have thought Raymond Massey would have owned a Lincoln.
Sent directly from my mind to yours.
James Stewart and his 1936 Plymouth
Gary Cooper and his 1937 Chrysler
Jack Nicholson driving his white convertible Volkswagen mid 1960s.
And this one .....I particularly like!!!!
American leading man and future President of the United States Ronald Reagan, ready to start digging next to his Cadillac Convertible.
1932 Essex-Terraplane Special Sedan.
1936 810 Cord
Rita Hayworth ~ 1941 Lincoln Continental
Jean Harlow ~ 1934 Cadillac town car
Priscilla Lane ~ 1940 Pontiac Torpedo 8
Note: On her right side with the purse. Her dress/figure appears to have been
air-brushed. The folds of the dress look odd.
Ginger Rogers ~ 1936-37 Dodge
No air-brush required on this doll!
Haven’t had much luck with my #1 favorite and her car except
Nice to see them with some normal people cars. Cooper's body line always looks like it was drawn by an illustrator in one fluid motion.
In the first picture is an MG TF, the second a TD, the third is Montgomery Clift in a Y Type and the last is Elvis in an MGA
ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons & his car "Cadzilla". Possibly the last car built by Boyd Coddington before he died. Absolutely beautiful!
Brigitte Bardot in her Austin Mini Moke, Saint-Tropez 1980s