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#391 of 460 Re: help [crazykuno]
Jun 13, 2013 (12:41 pm)
-Upload your image to a photo hosting website such as Fickr, Instagram or Image Shack.
-Copy image's url.
-Click on IMG tab below dialog box.
-Paste url next to image header that appears, then click IMG again at end of url.
-Enter any text you wish to
-Click on POST MY MESSAGE tab.
#392 of 460 can someone id this old car?
Jun 13, 2013 (1:16 pm)
#393 of 460 Re: help [andys120]
Jun 13, 2013 (1:22 pm)
#394 of 460 Re: can someone id this old car? [crazykuno]
Jun 13, 2013 (1:40 pm)
Is that the biggest photo you have? Hard to tell...
#395 of 460 Re: can someone id this old car? [texases]
Jun 14, 2013 (4:13 am)
not very good at this kind of stuff. this picture is full screen before I posted it. any suggestions??
#396 of 460 Re: can someone id this old car? [crazykuno]
Jun 14, 2013 (5:27 am)
Looking at the imageshack web site, when you're looking at your photo click on the 'links to share this image' text on the right, then copy the info in the 'direct' box and use the procedure described above to post the photo here. Let's see if it works:
Jun 14, 2013 (12:15 pm)
Jun 14, 2013 (12:17 pm)
The crome on the front fenders pretty much singles it out but I cant find anything to compare. I believe this to be late thirties but WHAT???
Jun 14, 2013 (12:35 pm)
is it a 1940 Buick Special Series 40 2-Door Sedan??
#400 of 460 Re: front fenders [crazykuno]
Jun 14, 2013 (12:41 pm)
That's definitely a General Motors car from the 1940s, it's similar to this 1940 Chevrolet>
Or this 1941 Pontiac>
I doubt it was a Buick or Olds, but that's just a guess.