Anybody ID this photo?

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23 Mar 2014 18:29 #27254 by Chris Summers
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33811E, I think?

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23 Mar 2014 18:30 #27255 by Chris Summers
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Lincoln KB Dietrich coupe, when owned by either Andy Hotton or Marie Graver. Now Bill Parfet's.

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03 Sep 2014 03:00 #28087 by DJT
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Nothing on the car... but I have theater seats from the movie theater in the background of this pic; "Court Theater".

Thanks for posting these! Getting a glance of Auburn before my time... ;)

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03 Sep 2014 04:00 #28089 by Steve Derus
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The black Duesenberg Rollston Victoria looks to me like J420, 2431. I think the photo was taken in the mid '50s in So California when the car belonged to Jim Aiken.

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04 Sep 2014 13:18 #28093 by Mike Dube
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This is J-525 / 2555 the Brunn Riviera SJ phaeton, owned by BC Hartline at the time this was taken. Now owned by Jim Schneck.

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06 Sep 2014 05:01 #28106 by johnmereness
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The first photo of the Model A should be owned at the time by Benny Goldflies, of Dayton, OH. It was a very nice car and constantly on AACA tours, though it seemed to regulary need brake work (aka a good plumber must not have been available in Dayton).

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