19 Muscle Cars from ’68

SCAN0044   1968 found me at Keesler Air Force base in Biloxi, Miss., training in airborne radar and Doppler repair work—work I later performed at Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. Along the beachfront in Biloxi, all the girls wanted to ride in another G.I.’s green ’68 GTO convertible, while I spent time alone in my blue Beetle………..

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57 Years Later

Nomad 001    Yesterday, I took my current test car to Grant, Nebraska to get a photograph at the park where my Nomad posed in front of my camera in 1966.  Grant is my home town, and I was there to attend the Bullock Chevrolet auction, where 200 cars and 2,000 people were on hand.  I have the silver car pictured for a few more days, and have posted a review elsewhere in this blog.  It is a 2014 Lexus LS460 with an M.S.R.P. of $90,444.00.  The 1957 Nomad would have brought about the same amount of money, had it been down the street and for sale at the auction.  I should never have sold it, but did, in 1968.  SAM_3404