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Old 12-21-2010, 12:40 PM
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Brian - get the rule book out again. I think it's Para: 47 Item 2634, Line 1392, but you are the master of declension (or whatever)

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I had to TAKE my win at post #2067, Rich won at post # 2068. Brian apologized for the error later, so carry on guys. It's All Good. Kinda fun too when I have time. Nolan

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Brian Who has the floor or what is the question?

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I have no friggin idea, is THAT the trivia question?

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Bob, you're up. Nolan
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On the old sawbuck 1st issued in 1929, the car on the backside , placed in front of the U.S.Treasury Building. What car is it - or more appropriately, what car is it meant to be?

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Old $10.00 Bill

Sure not a lot of traffic around in those days!

Bob - I don't want to win, (no good questions handy!) so I just PM'd you my answer, just to see if I am correct.
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Old 12-22-2010, 12:44 AM
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The car was rumored to be a Model T, but was a composite of the cars of that period of time.
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On the old sawbuck 1st issued in 1929, the car on the backside , placed in front of the U.S.Treasury Building. What car is it - or more appropriately, what car is it meant to be?
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Not sure - Dinger may have got it. But it is a beautiful, highly detailed engraving. Right down to the guy hitch-hiking on the street in front of the building.
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The car was rumored to be a Model T, but was a composite of the cars of that period of time.
If you look at the grille to me it looks like a model A. But dinger you got it. It's a composite of the cars of the day. Dinger you have the floor, but to let you all know, Dave 57210 from north of the border, had the answer first, but didn't want the floor, I guess he's shy. LOL

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If you look closely, there are actually four cars in the engraving. I think the one in front is an ultra-rare 1927 Henway Town Sedan. But seriously, the bumper, cowl light position and the lack of suicide doors make it look like a 1924 Chrysler.





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If you look closely, there are actually four cars in the engraving. I think the one in front is an ultra-rare 1927 Henway Town Sedan. But seriously, the bumper, cowl light position and the lack of suicide doors make it look like a 1924 Chrysler.





Great question....
Dinger got it. But you know if you just look at the bill, you can hardly see the car, let alone anything else, blow it up and you can see the people in the car. Amazing art work.

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Joe G, take it away, I'm drawing a blank.
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Joe G, take it away, I'm drawing a blank.
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What year and make of American truck was the first to have a limited slip differential?
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What year and make of American truck was the first to have a limited slip differential?
1957 chevy beer truck.

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