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Got a whiskey Jones especially Irsh whisky. I'm a sipper not much of a drinker. Just love the taste.
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I have been addicted to cars since 1967 when Hot Wheels came out. I was addicted to automotive photography and easily have 15,000 car show photos.

I am still addicted to pressed steel toy cars, airplanes and guns made by Wyandotte toys with a few others tossed in. my car addiction caused me to become addicted to 1949 Chevrolet dealer items.

here's my toys...

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That’s an amazing collection. What makes me wonder, relative to these cars you are young. I’m 6 years older than you, and have some recollection of these cars on the road. Generally collectors gravitate to items from the era of their youth. If I may ask, what drew you to this era? I’m glad something did. This collection is fascinating to me. Thanks
 
That’s an amazing collection. What makes me wonder, relative to these cars you are young. I’m 6 years older than you, and have some recollection of these cars on the road. Generally collectors gravitate to items from the era of their youth. If I may ask, what drew you to this era? I’m glad something did. This collection is fascinating to me. Thanks
I just like the looks of them. 1949 was the first year for all new post war cars. 49 - 54 was like a transition period between frumpy looking pre war and "modern" 1955 and later cars. I almost bought a 1950 Olds when I was 15. I bought a 1949 Chevrolet coupe when I was 16.

I really like the style of art in 50's car ads and brochures. I bought my first 1949 Chevrolet brochure when I was 16. that was the beginning of my obsession with the advertising items. I didn't go completely nuts until ebay started.
 
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