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Discussion in 'Station Wagon Lounge' started by Leadslead, Mar 5, 2018.
An even more aerodynamic Roadzepplin could have been. I wonder, how much patronage they still had, after the Hindenburg blew up:
This one's featured on today's vintage wagon of the day. If those wheels weren't of greater diameter than those of the Rambler, Rambler wheel covers would make it look much better?:
Employees of Martin housing 1943
Great photo. I like to see the kids having fun. I can't help but notice how all of the trailers seem to have a forward slant to them. Those things must have caught wind like the sail of a schooner going down the road!
Acting like a spoiler in reverse. It wouldn't surprise me that, depending on vehicle- and wind speed, jackknifing due to sudden traction loss would occur, when a sudden gust of wind caught that overhang and lifted both vehicle ends off of the road
Here's another photo of my camper, back when Grandpa and Grandma still owned it.
My F-100 and my Aristocrat, taken before I was born.
I wish I owned a vintage vehicle, while being an embryo