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Old Cars At The Gas Station - 5 Cents per gallon - Vintage Automobile History!

Old Cars At The Gas Station - 5 Cents per gallon - Vintage Automobile History!

World Trade Center. by Manhattan4, via Flickr

World Trade Center. by Manhattan4, via Flickr

Verweis zum letzten Beitrag im alten Forum: Berlin, wie es damals war

Verweis zum letzten Beitrag im alten Forum: Berlin, wie es damals war

Berlin: Eine eher seltene Ansicht der Kreuzung UdL/Friedrichstraße - v.r.n.l. Café Kranzler, Café Bauer, Bierpalast Kaiserhallen, Gebr. Friedländer, UdL 29, Weinhandlung Habel usw.

Berlin: Eine eher seltene Ansicht der Kreuzung UdL/Friedrichstraße - v.r.n.l. Café Kranzler, Café Bauer, Bierpalast Kaiserhallen, Gebr. Friedländer, UdL 29, Weinhandlung Habel usw.

In 1917, the year that this photo was taken in New York City, automobiles were equipped with windshields but they did not yet have windows—you know, those pieces of glass above the doors of the car that keep stuff out. So snow removal was a back-breaking exterior and interior job.

In 1917, the year that this photo was taken in New York City, automobiles were equipped with windshields but they did not yet have windows—you know, those pieces of glass above the doors of the car that keep stuff out. So snow removal was a back-breaking exterior and interior job.

Cars in Snow. New York, 1940.

Cars in Snow. New York, 1940.

New York City, c, 1900

New York City, c, 1900

1940's I forget they wore short shorts back then. Style really does just recycle itself.

1940's I forget they wore short shorts back then. Style really does just recycle itself.

1950s FAMILY IN CONVERTIBLE CAR GAS STATION ATTENDANT CHECK TIRE

1950s FAMILY IN CONVERTIBLE CAR GAS STATION ATTENDANT CHECK TIRE

The first drive-in movie theater opened in Camden, New Jersey, on June 6, 1933. At the height of their popularity in the 1950s and 60s there were roughly 4,000 drive-in theaters across America compared to only a few hundred today. This photo was taken in Chicago, 1951 - LIFE magazine.

The first drive-in movie theater opened in Camden, New Jersey, on June 6, 1933. At the height of their popularity in the 1950s and 60s there were roughly 4,000 drive-in theaters across America compared to only a few hundred today. This photo was taken in Chicago, 1951 - LIFE magazine.