Sorry if its a repeat. Just like this one lots.
I just love seeing those old repair shop pics. Thanks for posting them.
Look at the boss man in the middle! has he got dirty hands?? or gloves?
I didn't see it thanks a lot.charley
i like how they mounted the grinder motor on the wall. nice kr wilson press too
Maybe the suit is a customer?
Wonder how straight the transmission shaft or crankshaft flange is on the engine hanging from the hoist?
Don't think they ever wash their coveralls. I was always told, a good mechanic never gets dirty.
How about these two, they were sent for the magazine I edited but do not suit my readers, they suit here more... Ray
Those old garage photos ARE so magical. Especially to us who have toiled in the T grime an braved the frustrations. We don't see those often enough.
Thanks Erich. It's always a treat.
Richard, thanks. I agree 100%.
That last one is one of my all time favorites.
Eric - I was just about to say the same thing! There's a very common print of a sort of "barnyard scene" of a blacksmith shop with a big shade tree in front of it, I'm sure many others have seen it as that cheap print was available from stores like K-Mart for years,......anyway, that picture of the Hyattsville Automobile Co. Ford Agency shop has that same "homey" feel to it,.......a favorite of mine too!
Hey Richard,.......how about a painting of that one,.....??? Pretty intricate I know, what with 5 old Fords in it, but I'll bet you could do it justice,........harold
Harold, the last few days there have been even more photos that have that great nostalgic look. I have been working on a painting for the last 3 months that I want to post on the forum for those that might enjoy it. I always say, So many pictures, so little time.
It sure helps to get through the Winter.