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Best working man’s car ever!

January 15, 2011

As part of our new snapshot collecting fact finding process, we acquired one that includes this portion that shows a 36 Ford Sedan parked next to a 40 Ford convertable. 

To our way of thinking, the 1940 Ford Convertible was the best working man’s priced production car ever made.

Other cars (such as a Cobra) make for a more exotic collector’s prize, but for a mass produced affordable car, we have always put the 40 Fords Deluxe convetable and Coupe, at the top of the list.

Now, back to reality . . .

On a day when we didn’t have the camera with us . . .

October 11, 2009

While walking on Lincoln Blvd., earlier this week, we had a great car-spotting moment.  Unfortunately we did not have our digital camera (that uses floppy disks) when we spotted a 1927 four door phaeton Bentley that was British Racing Green.  Oh well, maybe if we carry our camera with us every day, then the next time we see it . . .