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31 Mar 2011 06:09 #19703 by streamliner
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Visit Alex Tremulis' Gyronaut Restoration and History Pages
World's Fastest Motorcycle from 1966 to 1970
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31 Mar 2011 13:28 #19704 by DJT
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Been trying to figure out where the Phillips Gas Station stood... it's the small parking lot across from the ACD Museum :D

These photos are great; keep them coming!

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01 Apr 2011 00:24 #19709 by cstebbins
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Second-to-last pic is 1477, I filled that antenna hole 37 years ago and it still has that same old top, raised only when it looks like rain on Ninth St. This picture was taken shortly before it was repainted Palm Beach Tan.

This certifies that this Cord automobile has been driven 110.8 miles per hour before delivery - Ab Jenkins

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01 Apr 2011 02:56 #19710 by streamliner
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Stylin'. Alex was always ahead of his time. Just wait, this look is going to sweep the country. You'll see...


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01 Apr 2011 03:48 #19711 by Chris Summers
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I heard that the now-black 1935 Auburn speedster that S. Ray Miller owned was, when owned by Dallas Winslow, displayed in the ACD Company during the 1950s. Is that the "little Auburn in the window" in the picture?

What's up with the Ford in the building? Did the ACD Company handle other used cars?

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01 Apr 2011 04:52 #19712 by Justin Kerns
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Pretty sure the Ford is just a reflection in the window......

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