Looks like the fellow is far away in thought. Dreaming of the good life, once he gets to southern California. Say hello to the Joads. Oh my...
Would fit right in here in Portland, in one of the many homeless camps.
Wow. That is quite a study of life for some folks during that era. Mismatched tires, bald tires, cracked fender, and looks to be all put together with components that wouldn't add up to a good meal or two. It is amazing to think that we went from that to the manufacturing powerhouse that won WWII. What our ancestors did, survived, and accomplished sometimes makes me ashamed when I think something "bad" has happened to me...
thanks for the picture...a good example of perseverance.
Looks like something I planned years ago, but never built. Love the "curtains" in the windshield...a guy HAS to have his privacy!
Is that a solar panel?
I like the clothes drying on the barbwire fence in the background.
is that George Burns???
That is not one of Bob Scherzer's radiator ornaments.
That was me in a previous lifetime ......
Good call, he does resemble George Burns! The lean years.
Notice he appears to be content .....
There is no woman in sight .....
looks like a hub cap for a radiator cap, the man looks like he could be the actor John Andersons father.
my kind of RV
And here he is with his best girl:
They must be camping where there's no mosquitos. They'd get eaten alive at night in this part of the planet.
The look on his face changed now!
You will note the change in his expression ....
Hope you are feeling better & had a good visit with your son.
Could his expression be one of "Oh, the possibilities....."?
Yes, Jim, I am again firing on all cylinders and I had a grand visit with my boy and his family. Thank you for inquiring, Bill
Oh the stories they could tell.....
Typical broken front fender. Most T's that were really used wound up with those cracked fenders.
That new cab looks awesome!
Thank you ..