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1930's Hollywood showroom

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12 Jul 2015 12:02 #29865 by balinwire
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This 9x10 image was in a bunch of photos I have and it occurred to me it may be the west wall of the Fuller building parking lot.
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14 Jul 2015 21:20 #29888 by 1748 S
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This sure is a beautiful example of a Beverly supercharged sedan.

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18 Oct 2015 13:13 #30436 by balinwire
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interesting view of how busy the area around the ADC showroom on Wilshire was, seen upper left center under broadcast tower behind palms. This would be a rare view looking west. <!-- s:shock: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_eek.gif" alt=":shock:" title="Shocked" /><!-- s:shock: -->

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18 Oct 2015 16:03 #30437 by Tom_Parkinson
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Hi,

Is that an L-29 under the coffee shop sign? It sure has a far-forward front axle.

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18 Oct 2015 20:28 #30440 by landmark
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Tom_Parkinson wrote: Hi,

Is that an L-29 under the coffee shop sign? It sure has a far-forward front axle.

--Tom



Packard?

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ist selten ganz besonders gut

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19 Oct 2015 02:14 #30444 by mikespeed35
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No KO's either.
CORDially Mike

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