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Date: 08/04/02 20:57
See PhotoBob in his new car.
Author: donwinslow

I posted this one some time ago but have now included it in the Historical section (where PhotoBob belongs) along with some new Tonopah and Tidewater stuff..... http://www.donwinslow.net/historical.htm

Now I gotta run off and go to work for the next couple of days which will give PhotoBob a chance to come up with some kinda devious posting of his own. :-)

Don Winslow
http://www.donwinslow.net





Date: 08/04/02 21:04
Re: See PhotoBob in his new car.
Author: lrvto

That wasn't at ALX was it? (see Amtrak board)



Date: 08/04/02 21:58
Re: See PhotoBob in his new car.
Author: photobob

Im the third one on the left and it was taken in MGB.



Date: 08/05/02 09:56
Re: See PhotoBob in his new car.
Author: ENGINEER

CHESTER FIRST CAR (51 CHEV) DID NOT LOOK LIKE THAT

RIGHT TONY J

RICK DUNSMUIR
LIBBY,MT



Date: 08/05/02 11:01
Re: See PhotoBob in his new car.
Author: dash-9

Photobob,

You sly devil I did not know you were into ragtop sports models. Did you opt for the twin turbos or the roots 14-71 blower? Are all your buddies with you fellow professional photographers or railfans?


Doug Forness



Date: 08/05/02 15:22
Re: Remarkable pics.
Author: delticfan

The collection of Tidewater photos are truly fascinating. Look beyond the trains, there is so much to see. I am impressed how 'clean & neat' most places looked in those days, was it due to the constantly blowing sand? Full marks for rescueing these photos. Chris d.



Date: 08/05/02 16:08
Re: Remarkable pics.
Author: .007

A Question. Any body know what type of clutch that car had?

Most clutches would not stand up to that service and I am wondering if that car had a wet leather clutch.



Date: 08/05/02 23:05
Re: Remarkable pics.
Author: Evan_Werkema

.007 wrote:

> A Question. Any body know what type of clutch
> that car had?

I don't know about that particular car, but
you might be interested in the first item on
this page, which describes a similar conversion:

http://ATSF.Railfan.net/snippets/mow.html



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