As Les Sumner has requested a new thread for those on dial up - one of my favourite ones is from an old friend Hans Jens who lived in Lapeer here it is
THANK YOU PETER
NOW THAT LOOKS LIKE A DOCTORS COUPE.
That is a good one! I like the car, the house. the snow, the barn. Beautiful.
Drive carefully, and happy holidays! W2
I enjoyed the other thread with the Christmas cards and I am looking forward to the "card of the day".
Question for all you card collectors... Are there any Hanukkah cards? I have many Jewish friends and would like to send them something too.
"Doctor's Couplet" Bob !
Charley Versteeg spoke of Hans Jens often.
Very nice card. Beautiful scene.
This one has been around, but I like it.
I just saw the above card on another thread. Well, I said it's been around....
Here's one, however, that should be rare! We made this a long, long time ago. Most likely a violation of some obscure law.....
I know the car looks more like the model A, but the card turned out pretty good.
If I remember correctly the car on the old $10 bill is a 1919 Hupmobile.
Anybody else remember for sure?
I don't remember what make of car it was, I haven't seen a $10 bill since I joined this hobby!
These are a few I have used.
The car is actually a Lincoln. The engraver did a poor job of detailing the slope of the front windshield. I saw a History Channel film on the story of the car.
You should join the rest of us and stop carrying only $50.00,and $100.00 bills. $1,$5,&$10.is all my wallet might ever see,if that.
$20 bills (out of an ATM) are called Yuppie Food Stamps.
Hmm, Yuppie is a old fashioned term now, isn't it?
WOW Richard!!! Fantastic! Very talented!
I have the one Joe posted with the Christmas tree in the back seat. Same year car too. I also have the puzzle of same card, put it together and framed it. Pretty big too. I also put a tree in the back of my 14 to match the sentiment. The local paper picked up on it and put 'us' on the front page in 2007.