Well, this is my 100th post.  I should have something witty to say, but I am at a loss for words.  To be perfectly honest, I was doubtful that I would make it this far.  My goal has been one post a day.  Some days I don’t know if I will be able to keep it up and maintain a full time job.  Anyone else out there in the same boat?  (Made a commitment and trying to stand by it?)

Modern Car

This car was way before it’s time.  The 1948 Tucker Sedan (on display at the National Museum of American History).  Where else could you find a car with a safety chamber in the front passenger floorboard.  I am sure the passenger would have time to see another car, recognize the threat it represented, react to the threat and position themselves into the safety chamber.  But anyway, this was one cool car.  The front middle headlight was attached to the steering so you could see the road better.

Modern Car

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  1. Tim Stanley says:

    Congratulations on your 100th post! Though I never made a formal commitment, I’ve decided to try a post a day too. Posting photos is easy. Posting good photos is hard work. I’ve enjoyed your variety in your photography and your talent shows in each one.

    I don’t know how I missed it, but I didn’t see the Tucker when I was there in May. I do recall seeing one years ago at a car show though. Great car. Great photo.

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