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mcdude



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Hey..I can see Pepper across the street! Hi Pepper!
"For all your vacation needs from soup to nuts it's Happy Landing at the Esso sign Route #3 Weirs Beach, NH."
OK Justsold and gtxrider...name and date those cars!
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gtxrider

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Fri February 2, 2007 1:33pm

61 Chevy Wagon, 58 Chevy, little yellow thingy. The eyes ain't what they used to be
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Just Sold

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Location: Suncook, NH, but at The Lake at Heart
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Sat February 3, 2007 11:15pm

I agree with GTXR and add the green car behind the yellow thingy is a 59 Chevy and the wagon between the 58 & 61 Chevy's is a Chrysler product a Dodge I believe.

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Tallyho

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Sun February 4, 2007 9:38pm

I think the "yellow thingy", might be a King Midget Model 3. There is a King Midget club with a web site at http://www.kingmidgetcarclub.org.
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Mee-n-Mac

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Wed February 7, 2007 1:36am

I was going to say the 'Yellow Thingy' looks like a Mini Moke to me but the King Midget also seems to fit (maybe better !). Small tires, squared off fenders and proportions seem to match however they didn't start making Mokes until 1964 and I have no idea if/when such 'vehicles' made to the USA. Any idea as to when the picture was taken ?

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