Summer is over, school is back in session and winter is just around the corner. Enjoy this Bitter Coupe (Germany) catalog from 1986.
Here is a video showing how I oil primed my engine. I am getting closer to starting my rebuilt engine for the first time so a fully primed engine is essential. This method is quick, effective and a cheap alternative to commercial priming systems.
For release Wednesday, November 11, 1964 — “CARS AND STRIPES – Pontiac Motor Division has returned to the fine art of paint striping their automobile bodies. After brief appearances in 1926 and again in 1946, the stripes, running the full length of the car, are available on all 1965 Pontiac 2 Plus 2 and GTO orders. A frame mounted to the car by suction cups (above) provides a guide line for the painter as he makes one continuous stroke the length of the car. A double stripe (below) is applied to the 2 Plus 2 while a single line goes on the GTO.”
Shown here are 11 pages from the Official Race Program for the 1966 Indianapolis 500.
Firestone Press Release leading up to the 1963 Indianapolis 500:
“The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company leaves no stone unturned in its determination to provide the safest, most dependable tires possible for the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race. This year the company x-rayed every tire built for the Memorial Day classic, and the practice and qualification runs which preceded it, to check the tread, cord and bead construction and to eliminate the possibility of foreign material in the tires. Here Rodger Ward, winner of the race in 1959 and 1962, inspects a tire which could end up on his car on May 30 as he attempts to join Lou Meyer, Wilbur Shaw and Mauri Rose as the only three-time winners of the event.”