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I'll be performing twice daily! BE THERE!
Tags: Belinda, Bethancourt, Gail, Joe, Prescott
I went to the first one, but haven't since.
How about posting some pictures after? Especailly of that beautiful car,, and Belinda Gail of course,,,
Cars don't get much more striking than coffin nosed '36 and '37 Cords.I'd also enjoy seeing more photos from the event.
That IS a gorgeous car. Was it really painted that color in 1937?
E.L. Cord's cars were engineering marvels and the styling was quite simply unlike anything before or since.They had tremendous sporting set appeal and were quite often painted in bright colors-reds yellows,bright blues etc..My dad used to own a 1937 Cord Beverly sedan.They're wonderful cars.
Well Joe I certainly enjoyed your personal "Horn tooting" poster collection. Now are they supposed to divert our attention AWAY from your Banjo Playing & serve as a warning? LOL
Cords are some of the coolest cars of the 30s there is right up there with the Auburn in my book.
And the DUESENBURG!E.L. Cord gave us three wonderful cars for a few years until the depression wiped out his Auburn-Cord-Duesenburg empire.
These beautiful cars, with their expressive lines and style, would be so great to bring back. Make them in lighter materials to satisfy the low fuel standards, but pleasepleaseplease, let's be more creative than the usual "soap bar" styling.
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