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Meet "Benny the Beaver" (1 of 5). Note the Chrysler logo. Kori Alexander found this under the carpet of his Duster 340. - submitted October, 2005
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Meet "Benny the Beaver" (2 of 5). Note the Chrysler logo. Kori Alexander found this under the carpet of his Duster 340. Submitted October, 2005
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Meet "Benny the Beaver" (3 of 5). Note the Chrysler logo. Kori Alexander found this under the carpet of his Duster 340. Submitted October, 2005
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Meet "Benny the Beaver" (4 of 5). Note the Chrysler logo. Kori Alexander found this under the carpet of his Duster 340. Submitted October, 2005

Oddities 005
Meet "Benny the Beaver" (5 of 5). Note the Chrysler logo. Kori Alexander found this under the carpet of his Duster 340. Submitted October, 2005
Colusa Theater
Vanishing Point movie ad via Ken Cornwell
WOW
Courtesy of W. Baker Jr.
Sheriff Higgins
Courtesy of Ken Cornwell

Death of the E-Body
HH File Photo
Briggs & Stratton Envelope
Briggs & Stratton parts envelope for the door lock assemblies, this was found under the carpet of a 1970 Coronet 440.
HH File Photo
(May 2008)
Thunder Charger 1
Dodge Thunder Charger - Christer Nilsson Collection
Thunder Charger 2
Fabian & Annette Funicello during the filming of "Thunder Alley".
Christer Nilsson Collection

Hamtramck Beauty School
Hamtramck Beauty School - Christer Nilsson Collection
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Have you ever seen one of these on a T/A before? It's the exhaust installation instruction label and was supposed to be removed once the exhaust was in place. This one obviously was not. Originally these were placed on the inside of the windshield, on the passenger side. This one found its way to the trunklid.
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Have you ever seen one of these on a T/A before? It's the exhaust installation instruction label and was supposed to be removed once the exhaust was in place. This one obviously was not. Originally these were placed on the inside of the windshield, on the passenger side. This one found its way to the trunklid.
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Here's a few shots of the T/A used in early photo shoots.
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Here's a few shots of the T/A used in early photo shoots.
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Here's a few shots of the T/A used in early photo shoots.
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Here's a few shots of the T/A used in early photo shoots.
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