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Hugo90



Joined: 06 Apr 2008
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2008 8:55 am    Post subject: Another New Guy Reply with quote

I'm John, and live in Aberdeen, Washington, USA. Spent several years in Melbourne in the seventies and worked at Ford in Broadmeadows.

I collect auto sales literature from all over the planet, and have since the seventies. Collection is over 30,000 catalogs, so far, and still going.

Right now I'm driving a Dodge Caravan, as it hauls a lot and still fairly fuel efficient. Now retired, I may start on a car project when I finsh with the new house renovations.

I have some street scene pictures from Melbourne in the seventies that I may post here, if you want to see them.
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Ozstatman



Joined: 19 Apr 2008
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Location: Epping NSW

PostPosted: Sun Apr 20, 2008 8:53 am    Post subject: Re: Another New Guy Reply with quote

Hugo90 wrote:
I'm John, and live in Aberdeen, Washington, USA. Spent several years in Melbourne in the seventies and worked at Ford in Broadmeadows.

I collect auto sales literature from all over the planet, and have since the seventies. Collection is over 30,000 catalogs, so far, and still going.

Right now I'm driving a Dodge Caravan, as it hauls a lot and still fairly fuel efficient. Now retired, I may start on a car project when I finsh with the new house renovations.

I have some street scene pictures from Melbourne in the seventies that I may post here, if you want to see them.


John,

That's quite a collection, 30,000 plus, bet the house renovations have something to do with housing it all.

Sine I bought my Packards I've started collecting some literature related to Packard and the 1938 and 1941 years in particular reflecting the cars I have.

If you do start a car project I'd be interested to know what you might consider working on, as we all would, so let us know.

And I'm sure your Melbourne street scenes would be of interest especially with cars of that era in them.

Mr. Green
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