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553rd Field Artillery Battalion
36th Field Artillery Group - V Corps - 7th Army
Fort Sill, Oklahoma - Darmstadt, Germany, 1956-1958
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Rare American Made Autos


  Those were the good old times of the American Automobile Industry,
before foreign competition and high gas prices.
Lots and lots of sheet metal.

Harley Earl and the  1938 Buick. Think about this. This picture was taken 70 years ago.

1938 Buick Wildcat

 

 

1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt

1941 Chrysler

 

 

1951 Buick LeSabre What would you give for this car now?

1951 Buick LeSabre

 

 

1951 Chrysler K310

1951 Chrysler K310

 

 

1951 Hudson Hornet 

1951 Hudson Hornet

 

 

1951 Studebaker Champion

1951 Studebaker Champion

 

 

1953 Buick Wildcat

1953 Buick Wildcat

 

 

1954 Buick Wildcat II

1954 Buick Wildcat II

 

 

1954 Dodge FireArrow

1954 Dodge FireArrow

 

 

1954 Nash Rambler Cross Country Wagon

1955 Nash Ramber Cross Country Wagon

 

 

1956 Ford Sunliner

1956 For Sunliner

 

 

1958 Edsel Convertible

1958 Edsel Convertible

 

 

1958 Lincoln Premiere

1958 Lincoln Premiere

 

 

1958 Mercury Turnpike Cruizer

1958 Mercury Turnpike Cruizer

 

 

1959 Chevrolet Brookside Stationwagon

1959 Chevrolet Brookside Stationwagon

 

 

1959 Plymouth Fury

1959 Plymouth Fury

 

 

1971 Buick Rivera Boattail
 

1971 Buick Rivera Boattail

 

Back  in the days when cars had  style, and even with so many makes & models, all changing every year, they made a profit. Nobody bailed them out then.   
And, not only that, one could sit on the porch  and name  the cars as they drove by. Unlike today when they all look the same.
Oh Yeah we could!!


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