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    Kodachrome Slides & a few ID's needed

    I got 90+ for $3.00 yesterday . what car is that , what bridge is that , and the ship , I think its at Bath Iron Works .
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    The bridge is the Golden Gate in San Fran. I'm guessing on the ship, but from the notation from the top of the slide, could it be the Battleship California? We have a lot of Military guys who should be able to ID it for you. I can't see enough detail on the car to give me an idea on the model, but again we have a lot of car folks who will be able to get you in the right direction. You might want to get those slides transferred to DVD. The slides will eventually degrade unless they're kept dry and cool. Looks like you have some neat slides in that group..
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    here are a couple more pics of the car
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    I love this one at Pemaquid Point , It's just down the road , a piece .
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    Quote Originally Posted by diggummup View Post
    Btw I can't see much on this phone app. Not even my last reply so my apologies if someone already answered that. I'll edit these when I get home from the doc.
    I hear by pardon you ! lol
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    Well, here's my guess on the car. I'm not a car guy, but I'll try Sherlocking Holmes this. If you look at the slide of the front of the car, look in the background. The other parked vehicles appear to be early to mid 50's. The neighborhood looks to be high mid-income. I'm thinkin it's a Ford from the 30's, 40's ish It's not a Buick or Caddy . They usually carry the spare behind the front wheel... I look forward to hear what it really is.....lol

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    Should be some numbers near the front of the ship. Can not tell in the slide. The numbers may be on the other side.
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    1940's era MG is my best guess.
    Sorry, no pics to add for comparison, but do a Google search and take a look
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    The Bridge ? Maybe this one , in Maine . It was demolished a few years ago- They built a new one next to the old .

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...OuoVQ5Aw95dOrA

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojjax View Post
    The Bridge ? Maybe this one , in Maine . It was demolished a few years ago- They built a new one next to the old .

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...OuoVQ5Aw95dOrA
    I agree with Itsmine. The Golden Gate Bridge. Here's almost the same view of it:

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    And well, just because I'm anal, here's a cropped and color adjusted version I tried to match the slide somewhat.

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    The car is a 1949 to 1954 MG TD I have one. Fun car. Tight fitClick image for larger version. 

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    The slides are awesome and worth more than the 3 bucks! Good vintage slide subjects like the golden gate can fetch $$$$ Nice pull
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    Quote Originally Posted by GibH View Post
    I agree with Itsmine. The Golden Gate Bridge. Here's almost the same view of it:

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    Yeah, that's why I deleted my original post saying the same thing. It is the GG bridge no doubt. I just couldn't see any replies or anything else on this crap android app. ehrn I replied And no I'm not downloading tapatalk in order to view it better. I hate tapatalk, it screwed up my last phone. Now back to the slides...
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    Just to confirm Golden Gate Bridge. Use to look out the window of where I worked and saw it every work day. Place at the time was called Ft. Baker.

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