I really like that one. Sun-Proof Paints. That's Great. And an '09 or '10!
I wonder if anything in the picture still exists?
Can anyone make out what is written above the town name?
David it looks like it says "Street scene" to me.
Colome, South Dakota.
Here's a more recent photo. Looks like a great place to live. I'll bet my T would love being there!
Reviving a dead thread...
I have relatives in Colome and me and my T is from near that area!
Okay, the T is from Detroit but it spent some time in SD.
What is an "On & Off Sale"?
Ya' got me?
Funny thing about the new pic - there isn't one foreign car in the whole line-up. That would be impossible out here on the west coast!
My wife's family hailed from Colome, our Roadster spent quite some time there in its original paint and when it was restored in the early 50's and went back for some sort of centennial. I have a picture of the car in Colome somewhere around here, but I have to find it.
The newer street scene could be any of a thousand or so towns from left over era. In Washington the town of Davenport comes too mind. The obligatory bar, and resturant plus a couple of shuttered brick buildings. After a while they all seem to look the same.
"On & Off Sale" means you can either drink the alcoholic beverage of your choice on site or take it with you. "Off Sale" in these parts means you have a liquor store where you can buy but can't drink. "On Sale" means you're at an establishment that is or has a bar and you must consume your drink in the establishment. In some of these upper Midwest states you can be either "On Sale" or "Off Sale" but you can't be both.
Weirdest thing to me is to walk into a gas station and find a fully stocked liquor store next to the Little Debbies and the beef jerky. That just doesn't happen in Minnesota or a few of our neighbors.