This graphic covers the plates from cars in films from 1964 to 2008. I’m not really a gear head, but I would have preferred photos to the illustrations myself. Via.
A dame, her dog, and her Mazda. Also her dude. Via.
Not one, not two, but three photos of the public instruction vehicles for driver education adorn the pages of Safer Motoring: A Guide For Young Drivers, prepared by the State of Delaware State Department of Public Instruction, Division of Health, Physical, & Driver Education; circa 1957. Plus, one of some cars and drivers which is without a caption or credit.
Your mom picking you up in the wood-paneled station wagon, or wearing that 70s outfit?
Dodge Aspen and model at a car show in the 70’s; via.
Taken at a 1960s auto show. Via.
Striking photo of a Dodge Charger taken at a car show in the 1960s.
Via bondman2 @ eBay.
The Florida “palmetto jumper,” a combination dog-lunch-shooter wagon for use on the wide palmetto barrens. Two shooters ride on top while the dogs range ahead. When the dogs point the wagon halts about a hundred yards from the point and the shooters move up on foot.
Photo from The Standard Book of Hunting and Shooting, edited by Robert B. Stringfellow (copyright 1950, Stackpole & Heck, Inc.).