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Jesse Bowers
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Just a car guy, simply interested in the automotive and vehicular world
Just a car guy, simply interested in the automotive and vehicular world

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a GT 350 that was stolen and stripped, but not unitl after cool adventures
Fidel Kunz was a painter back in 1967,  a few miles north of the border town Porthill, Idaho. Fidel's local Ford dealer didn't have any Shelbys in stock and wouldn't take Fidel's requests for one seriously. Fidel was fed up. One day he walked into the showr...

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For nearly a quarter-century after the abandonment of the CR&NW RR, the tracks from Chitna to McCarthy were operated as a public tram road.
After the railroad closed in 1938, residents used the McCarthy branch on an ad-hoc basis with a variety of rolling stock (mostly small hand cars, gas inspection cars, and converted autos and trucks). In 1941 the right of way was deeded to the territory as a...

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I don't remember ever seeing a dog team pulling a rail cart. So.. poof! Here you are, an Iditarod team in training
https://saveitforparts.wordpress.com/tag/railway/

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rise and fall of the narrow gauge railway


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1920's railcars in Alaska


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Pete "Hot Dog" Finlan, is the one pinstriper and painter you probably haven't heard of, but should. His work was awarded a Ridler, and the Von Dutch Award (twice). No one else can claim that
2nd credit on the board folks.  Full gallery of this truck at http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2011/02/hinkles-gold-rush.html He was the head painter at Monster Garage with Jesse James. And Jesse didn't work with anyone that wasn't tops. http://www.hotdogkus...
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