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July 16, 2012

Vintage Motors by Early Kodacolor Prints

Kodacolor was a color negative film manufactured by Eastman Kodak between 1942 and 1963. It was the first color negative film that they marketed. When introduced, Kodacolor was sold with the cost of processing the film included, but prints were ordered separately. Both the film and processing procedures were revised through the years.

French Copper 1947 Pontiac

Harleys & Indians somewhere in Southern California

Shenandoah Green 1950 Studebaker on the high plains w/ 1953 Montana plates

Speedliner runabout w/ Johnson outboard motor

Harvester Red 1947-9 International KB series truck w/ 1951 Montana plates

Sahara Beige & Beach White 1952 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop

1940 LaSalle

Fairchild C-82 Packet military cargo plane

1949 Buick Super convertible

WWII military surplus Dodge Power Wagon

Luna Gray & Patio Cream 1952 Plymouth Belvedere

1938 Buick coupe

Circa 1952 Standard Vanguard w/ Ontario plates

Fog Green 1950 Chrysler w/ 1951 Oregon plates

1946-7 Buick convertible

1937 Ford convertible

Early 1940s Flxible Clipper

1948-9 Hudson convertible

Mermaid Green 1947-8 Buick w/ California plates

Falcon Gray 1950 Chevrolet Fleetline warming up on a very cold morning

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