Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Postcards - Vintage Wheels

1910 - Cadillac "Thirty" - Price $1600 F.O.B. Detroit.

1955 - Chevrolet "Bel Air" 4-Door Sedan - India Ivory Over Harvest Gold.

1950's - Mormon Meteor. The World's Greatest Unlimited Speed Record Maker, Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah.

1960's - Good Chevrolet, 1630 Park Street, Alameda, California.

1964 - Bonneville Salt Flats, Wendover, Utah-Nevada. Craig Breedlove set a world land speed record, in his jet car "Spirit of America" October 15th, 1964 with a two-way average speed of 526.33 miles per hour. The first time man has ever officially driven a car 500 mph.


Major Pepperidge said...

I think my grandpa used to drive a Mormon Meteor to work! ;-)

Viewliner Ltd. said...

Major: U R NUTZ !!! lol

Cory Gross said...

$1600? I'll take one of the Thirties, thanks!

The Blue Parrot said...

Good Chevy in Alameda is still there and doing business today.