38 Commander ad

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bill thomas
bill thomas

March 22nd, 2006, 1:50 pm #1

from Motor Boating magazine November, 1964:

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Paul
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March 22nd, 2006, 2:39 pm #2

Small block Chevy 327, big block Lincoln 275, and diesel as noted. Don't you wish you could buy one new today for this price!!!!!!!!!!!1

Here's a photo of the one I found on the Ohio River years ago, put untold hours and a few bucks into it.



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bill thomas
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March 22nd, 2006, 3:22 pm #3

from Motor Boating magazine November, 1964:

stumbled onto two more boxes of old boating magzines this a.m. in my shop behind some motorcyle parts - Motor Boating 1959 to 1970 - here is an obviously staged cover photo from Motor Boating Magazine July, 1968:



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Paul
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March 22nd, 2006, 4:19 pm #4

Love that pointed transom backing down into a following sea!

Thanks for the posts, Bill, they're great. Here are more vintage covers from Motor Boating Magazine
http://www.network54.com/Forum/424840/m ... 1144004830

Paul
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March 24th, 2006, 3:36 am #5

from Motor Boating magazine November, 1964:

So, that is what my boat looked like new. That is the best photo of an original Sport Fisherman I have seen to date.
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March 24th, 2006, 3:47 am #6

I want to share some photos that some might find interesting. I downloaded them into photobucket but can't seem to figure out what to do next. Can anybody offer a techtip on this? CW
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Dave Mehl
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March 24th, 2006, 3:32 pm #7

Here's how it's done, Chris.

If you already have your photos on photobucket, then just go in to your album, look at the various properties listed under each of your photos, and you'll see something that looks like this. It's a string of letters that begin with the four letters "http" and generally end with "jpg". Just copy that string by clicking on it with your right click, then left click it, copy, and paste the string on this forum.

Not all computers work the same, but generally if you click on any general photo you find on the net, you will see a box appear that has the URL "properties" and that's what you copy to paste a photo on this forum and most other forums like it.

Here is what you need to look for, it's a fake listing, otherwise if it was a real listing you would automatically see the photo. What you need to do is find the similar looking URL properties for your photo, and just paste it into your message. Works like a charm once you figure it out.

http://ing.photobuket.con/albums/v234/m ... 19802d.jpq

Hope this helps you, I'm looking forward to seeing your photos.

Dave
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March 24th, 2006, 6:04 pm #8

from Motor Boating magazine November, 1964:

http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h272/ ... 2002032.jp
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March 24th, 2006, 6:08 pm #9

Here's how it's done, Chris.

If you already have your photos on photobucket, then just go in to your album, look at the various properties listed under each of your photos, and you'll see something that looks like this. It's a string of letters that begin with the four letters "http" and generally end with "jpg". Just copy that string by clicking on it with your right click, then left click it, copy, and paste the string on this forum.

Not all computers work the same, but generally if you click on any general photo you find on the net, you will see a box appear that has the URL "properties" and that's what you copy to paste a photo on this forum and most other forums like it.

Here is what you need to look for, it's a fake listing, otherwise if it was a real listing you would automatically see the photo. What you need to do is find the similar looking URL properties for your photo, and just paste it into your message. Works like a charm once you figure it out.

http://ing.photobuket.con/albums/v234/m ... 19802d.jpq

Hope this helps you, I'm looking forward to seeing your photos.

Dave

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March 24th, 2006, 6:18 pm #10

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