Saturday, March 5, 2011

BBBBBBBBB Detroit, Motor City, Concept cars, Drool now! Sunday entry




The Pink panther Limo fully operational and loaded with extras.


Lincoln future image in the 50’s.


Todays only foreign entry, Honda, 1884


1969 Buick Century, cool huh?


1964 GM 3-wheel runabout HATCHBACK, they should have followed thru with this one.


1959 Cadillac Cyclone, I can love that.


Dig this 1958 Ford one cool dude!!!


1954 Firebird, hey I would look cool in that. We saw this at the Henry Ford (Museum)


1951 Buick, cool later models took on the headlights and tail lights and windshield. I know the headlights and windshield made a showing in 1955.  They never did do the grill.


1938 Phantom Corsair. What a car. This was designed the year before I was born. I want one.  they were never produced either.

Dreams we all have them. Little and small. Nothing wrong with dreaming, dreaming, hoping and planning are what makes success. I love to look at the concept cars, it is happening today, I would love to see in the secret confines of the auto dreamers. WHAT WILL BE NEXT

We know it must be energy efficient and favorable to the environment.  I personally do not think batteries are the answer. They are too expensive and use too much of our natural resources.

John Update: Presently the same. John has had a girl friend for years. They have not been close in the last few years but talked everyday on the phone. Sherry invited her over after a phone call. Sherry said when ‘C’ came in the room Johnny smiled. There is someone special in everyone's life.

Nite shipslog




3. I take my wife everywhere,

but she keeps finding her way back..

4. I asked my wife where she wanted to go for our anniversary.

"Somewhere I haven't been in a long time!" she said.

So I suggested the kitchen..


PS2: And then there is:1954_Pontiac_Strato_Streak_image-e1271870263722

1954 Pontiac Strato streak.  Looks like suicide doors on the rear doors, but that would open the whole side.


Paula said...

Oh my I don't know which one I like the best. Maybe the pink one but don't think it could handle the roads out here. lol

betty said...

I liked the Cadillac Cyclone; neat you included all these prototypes of cars, Jack; some are very interesting indeed!

how sweet that John's eyes lit up when he saw his special someone!


I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Yes we all do have those special people in our lives that make us smile and I do that often when I'm with my family for sure. I hope you all didn't get more snow like we did. I just cleared the walks again and am very tired of it all. Hang in there! Spring is not far away!

Dar said...

That '51 Buick has my name all over it. That is one DarCar, for sure!
So happy that John is smiling at one dear to him. I'm so confident that it won't be long, and he will be up and about. My prayers are still his and yours, of course.
The sun shines here today and I hope you are enjoying some of its rays.

Jean said...

I like the 1969 Buick Century. We had a wet day yesterday and it's still wet this morning. Glad to hear John was smiling. I'm sure he will keep improving and be up and about soon. You and Sherry take care. I know how stressful it can get staying with a patient in a hospital. Hope you have a nice day.

Cher' Shots said...

Call me old fashioned but I still like the old coupe type myself! Classics!
Prayers continue for Johnny -
'love & hugs from afar'

shirl72 said...

We had 55 Century Buick. Love all the old cars.
I loved the Roadmaster Buicks we drove.
Glad Johnny is improving just hope the weather
is doing the same. Stay warm.