Cup Holder For Old Cars
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The old car cup holder. Go ahead and open this, forget that you opened it and then slam your car door.
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Cup Holder For Old Cars.....and we were so cool until you forgot that there was a drink in the holder and slammed the car door and it went everywhere!
Cup Holder Cars- It never occurred to us to have a beverage in the car until these came out!
Cup Holder For Old Cars. remember when this was the only cupholder?
Cup Holder For Cars before they were built in.
Original Cup Holder for Cars
Remember when you had to have two keys for your car? One for the door and one for the ignition?
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2 keys per car, one for the door and trunk, and one for the ignition... Still have the round door/trunk key from the '62 Lincoln.
The keys to my mom's big old white whale of a chevy station wagon looked just like that back in the 70s!
Two keys for a car - ignition and the other for the doors and trunk. I still drive a 91 Olds that has these kinds of keys.
just barely--one to get in & one for the ignition? Or one for the trunk and one for the doors & ignition?
🔵 Remember when you had to have two keys for your car? One for the door and one for the ignition?
old car keys one for the door/trunk and one to start the car
Two keys for a car - one for the boot and one for the doors.
My first car had these.
A Trip Down Memory Lane
The first time I saw one of these I thought how awesome it would be to carry around a phone. My aunt had one in her car and I remember using it. Of course the coverage sucked so you had about a 30 second window to say what you needed, conversations were very short and to the point. Kind of an early version of twitter.
Car phone/bag phones.
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Car phone/bag phones - this looks like my first "cell phone". Of course I had to attach an antenna to the outside of the car :)
1980s Bag phone .. Car phone .. Mobile phone. What a dinosaur. - This was our first cell phone! LoL!!
Car phone/bag phones. My dad had one when they just came out. ------------------------------------------------------Sad to say, this was my first cell phone! Very embarrassing!
1980s Motorola Bag phone .. Car phone .. Mobile phone. Had this one at work in late 80s
Car phone/bag phones - before hand carried cell phones. Operated with car battery power
Car phone/bag phones. My dad's first cell phone looked just like this! lol
Car phone/bag phones. BEST RECEPTION EVER from a cell phone.
Motorola Car Phone/Bag Phone. My first cell phone.
Car phones. Original cellphones.
Drinking Bird everybody had one
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Drinking Bird Remember these. They were so much fun. The people who lived across the street from us had one of these!! LOL
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Drinking Bird Remember these. They were so much fun. The Green Parrot Restaurant had one in the window.
Drinking Bird Remember these. They were so much fun. Aunt Pam and Uncle Keith had one of these.
Drinking Bird. Grandma used to have two of these near the entryway.
Drinking Bird Uncle Clarence had one - it mesmerized me
Drinking bird - Pop had one we were fascinated with!
Wurly Birds..bobbed up and down for a drink of water
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ponytail holders- My mom loved these because they could be pulled super tight. I disliked them for the very same reason. LOL! We called them "Bömmelchen", which I think actually refers to the fact that the end of these look a little like pompoms.
80's ponytail holders. Dang those suckers hurt when you got popped in the head with them.
ponytail holders. Hated when these things let loose and smacked you in the head! Ouch!!
ponytail holders: and the pain when one slipped and whopped you in the head
ponytail holders - "Ouch!" when one accidentally flicked back
ponytail holders; clackers hurt like hell
plastic ponytail elastics
Bobble hair elastics
Waxed paper cups
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Wax paper cups. Reminds me of ball games in the 70s & 80s. How I miss those days.
Wax paper cups -- drank out of many of these at the skating rink as a teen :)
Wax paper cups..I remember scraping the wax with my fingernail.
Wax paper cups. Had to drink fast or you got wax in your drink
Wax paper cups- I sooo remember these at the skating rink!!
Wax paper cups...makes me think of the skating rink.
Wax Paper Cups | Childhood Memories
Wax paper cups ~ Baseball games!!
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Rolling Down the Car Window
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Remember when most folks had a 2 - 55 air conditioner in their cars? It was called "Rolling Down the Car Windows" and driving 55 mph
"Rolling Down the Car Window"- I still use this term when putting down the window even tho I have power windows in my car- force of habit I guess.
Remember when most folks had a 2 - 55 air conditioner in their cars? It was called "Rolling Down the Car Windows" and driving 55 mph. My air conditioner quit this summer, so I'm back to the old-fashioned kind.
Remember when we actually rolled down the car window? Hardly ever malfunctioned either ..
Before power windows in automobiles I miss my roll windows.....
I have manual windows in my car right now! I LOVE them!
Childhood Memories •~• rolling down the car window
Remember rolling down the car window?
car window handles
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Kool-Aid cups- Remember they had color changing ones too!!! LOVE #best phone #new phone #phone review #smart phone
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Kool-Aid cups...mine were clear so the color of the koolaid showed better :-)
Kool-Aid cups- Remember they had color changing ones too!!! LOVE it
I remember these!. It takes me back to the good ol' days.
Kool-Aid cups!!!!! Mine was always the red one
Kool-Aid cups (Mine were translucent white.)
Kool-Aid cups...mine was clear!
A walk down memory lane
Floppy disc, how old am I!
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Floppy disc...we didn't own a computer but I remember using these floppy discs in computer class in high school....
In 1976, Shugart introduced the 5 1/4-inch floppy disk. Initial capacity was about 100K, eventually reaching 1.2M bytes per disk.
My very first computer was a Mac desktop that took up the ENTIRE desk. Floppy discs were abundant.
Floppy disk. I remember going to this house with my dad to buy video game floppy discs. The people were genuine hoarders, but Dad was always so nice and kind to them anyway. He let me play these games in his office. I had a Haley's Comet Game and I remember when he found me Oregon Trail. Some of my fondest childhood memories are being with my dad in his office...and all over campus, really. That was the best time of my life.
5 1/4-inch floppy disk - Remeber to hold it by the label and don't touch the open windows!
Floppy disc, My first computer was and Apple Macintosh and used discs like this.
We still used the 5 1/4" floppy disk!
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Floppy disc circa 1980s
Cost of Living
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1971 Movies were $2.00
1970 Cost of Living
Take a trip down memory lane, it always goes down smooth (30 Photos)
Great for a 2nd degree burn in the summer!
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Metal seat belts (great for a 2nd degree burn in the summer!). Yeah, we had them, but nobody used them.
Great for a 2nd degree burn in the summer. But only if you accidentally sat on it, we didn't actually USE seat belts in the 70s.
Metal Seat belts. (Great for a 2nd degree burn in the summer!) oh yeah, had these in the 'ol suburby!
Childhood memories - Metal Seat belts - great for 2nd degree burns in the summer
Old metal seatbelt. Great for a 2nd degree burn in the summer!
Seatbelt buckles that burned in the summer
Metal Seat belts. Remember when??
Old school seat belts
Take a trip down memory lane, it always goes down smooth (30 Photos)
Weepuls! I forgot how happy these things made me in elementary school. I wish someone still gave me them when I did something good... #eighties #80s
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Weepuls! I forgot how happy these things made me in elementary school. A&W passed them out, too. #eighties #80s
Weepuls! I forgot how happy these things made me in elementary school... #eighties #80s
Weepuls - 80s
"Be kind. Rewind"
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VHS tape rewinder... Gosh, VHS like the old 8-tracks and cassette tapes were so easy to fix. Gone are the days you could use a pencil to fix your old music tape or speaking of tape... use that to fix these also lol
"Be Kind, Rewind." | When my parents finally broke down and bought a stand-alone tape rewinder, I'd thought it was a glorious day! I could actually watch another film -whilst- rewinding the one I'd just finished!
VHS tape rewinder...You would use this to rewind your VHS tapes, to for go the wear and tear on your VCR.
VHS tape rewinder...thought it was the best invention when i was a youngster. It was so. fast.
VHS tape rewinder I had one of these until a year ago. Yes. I still used it and my vcr.....
VHS tape rewinder. i still remember this!!!! my dad was anal about rewinding every movie
VHS tape rewinder, lol i'm pretty sure my grandparents still have one of these!
VHS tape rewinder- Be Kind, Rewind
"Be kind. Rewind" VHS rewinder
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Wooly Willy - still fun......always had one on a road trip.
Passed many a mile with Wooly Willy on family road trips!
Wooly Willy...loved creaing wacky hairstyles for him
Wooly Willy - I loved playing with this!
Wooly Willy... great for road trips
Wooly Willy... loved these things
Wooly Willy. Oh I remember this.
Wooly Willy! Loved this!
Wooly Willy magnetic fun
tricycle....and white walls on the car tyres
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tricycle....and white walls on the car tires---I have a pic of me just like this! We had this car!
tricycle....and white walls on the car tires. I was told that I got on one in the store and cried so hard when they tried to get me off of it, that my dad just went ahead and bought it. Carried me out the door on it! Soooo spoiled!!!
Tricycle....and white walls on the car tires #oldskool #rebel #nohelmet #outside #fun #tricycle
tricycle....and white walls on the car tyres 50's
tricycle....and white side-walls (on car tires)
tricycle....and white wall tires on the car
TRICYCLE..AND WHITE WALL CAR TIRES
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un tour de tricycle....
Vintage 1950s Halo Birthday Candle Holders 7 Pastel Roses Japan, 11 used holders | eBay
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Vintage 1950s Halo Birthday Candle Holders My Grandma Kinnamen used these for my birthday cakes every year! homemade angle food cake with fluffy white frosting,pink,for the girls,blue for the boys!Loved it!!!
Vintage 1950s Halo Birthday Candle Holders - I totally remember my mom having these!! @Susan Caron Cox
These were always on our birthday cakes. Vintage 1950s Halo Birthday Candle Holders 7 Pastel Roses Japan, 11 used holders | eBay
Vintage 1950s Halo Birthday Candle Holders 7 Pastel Roses. They kept icing off the cake. Had these...
Vintage 1950s Halo Birthday Candle Holders 7 Pastel Roses Japan, 11 used holders | eBay. I had them on my birthday cake for years, because they did not throw anything out in those days.
Vintage 1950s Halo Birthday Candle Holders 7 Pastel Roses. They kept icing off the candles. My mom always used them for my birthday cakes
Birthday Candle Holders -1950s my grandparents used these on every birthday candle until they died
Vintage 1950s Birthday Candle Holders 7 Pastel Roses...I remember these on my birthday cake.
Birthday cake candle holder
'70s... Our coffee cups hung on a cup holder like this.
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'70s... Our coffee cups hung on a cup holder like this. Every respectable kitchen counter had one
coffee cup trees I have one of these too. With the cups that came in laundry soap, I believe.
'70s... Our coffee cups hung on a cup holder like this...we had the very same mugs as well.
'70s... Our coffee cups hung on a cup holder like this. i had one of these @Wendy Michaud
'70s... Our coffee cups hung on a cup holder like this. Grandma & aunt had one of these.
'70s... Our coffee cups hung on a cup holder like this.Hey I still have these
Vintage Coffee Mug Holder with 6 Colorful Mugs by wearvintology...
coffee cup trees, I still have a green one of these, love it!
Vintage Coffee Mug Holder with 6 Colorful Mugs
Sitting backwards in the Station Wagon
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Station Wagons The 70's only ours was blue .A lot of fun times with all of the kids and this 9 passenger car.
Station Wagons The 70's. Ours was a burgandy Pontiac. Loved to ride with our heads sticking out the back!
The family car before SUV's & Vans. We had a brown Rambler wagon in the early 70's. Lots of fun trips with the kids. Sitting backwards in the Station Wagon
Station Wagons & The '70's. Ours was a brown and I remember riding in the back, of course no seat belts. It ended up in a demolition derby when it was time to put it to rest.
NOT A PHOTO; it's an oil painting by Robert Bechtle. His resistance to getting caught up in the sensuous surfaces of figurative painting prompted him to move toward a tightly controlled paint handling and to work with photographic source material as a fundamental and explicit part of his practice, simultaneously exploring California culture and basic issues of painting in very matter-of-fact ways.
Station Wagons & The '70's complete with faux wood paneling and that lovely avocado green color!
Station Wagons The 70's...mom had one just like this...called it her grocery getter...haha
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1972 Gran Torino Wagon, id even sport this!!!
silver aluminum drinking glasses
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Aluminum cups. They used to stay sooo cold! I remember drinking from these at my husbands grandmas house. I have a small set and I love to drink out of them
my grandma had a set of these on the farm...nothing like COLD water or koolaid in an aluminum glass! I bought some at an antique store to replicate my childhood experience...
I remember drinking out of these metal glasses at my grandmother's house. They always made the water seem cooler than drinking from any other cups or glasses. Love the colors too!
aluminum drinking glasses My Grandma had the ones in the bottom picture! Love these glasses!--my granny had them too plus matching coasters which fascinated me as a wee one i played w them all the time
Colored aluminum drinking glasses... Remember these from my youth. Everything tasted better in these glasses at grandmas house.
Colored aluminum drinking glasses... My grandma had these for iced tea! We still have some but don't use them because they turn the milk colors and we suspect that they aren't safe to use.
Colored aluminum drinking glasses... My grandma had these for iced tea!
silver aluminum drinking glasses - everyone's grandmother had these.
aluminum drinking cups @ my Grandmas
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The drive-in movie theater ... oh the memories! And no, they weren't dirty ones because I was still a kid. lol ;)
Drive-In Reminiscing I saw this picture going around Facebook - does anyone remember these? Well, as a child of the 60’s and 70’s, I sure do!! In fact, I’m lucky to live near a place where these are still being used – the Drive-In movie theater. The antique looking speakers are still in position at one of the few drive-in theaters we have left in Minnesota.
Throw back to the 60's, 70's and 80's maybe even the 90's but definitely not the 00's!!! #60's #80's #retro #oldiebutgoodie
We went to the drive-in theater in Decorah in the late 70's early 80's. Good times!
Speakers at the drive in....Reminds me of the Judean Drivein!
Baby Boomers know me! Drive-in movies were so much fun!
What is it? ___________________ Today's Quiz: What IS This Contraption Pictured Above: A. Mitt Romney's Heart B. Mitt Romney's Communication System to the Planet Kolob C. Mitt Romney D. Drive-in Movie Speakers _________________________ Answer: Drive-in Movie Speakers Once upon a time Drive-In Movie (outdoor theaters) were attended by millions of people on a weekly basis. They had their heyday in the 1950's, and by the 70's most were gone. Popcorn, candy and soda pop concessions were usually found at the base of huge screens where "creature" movies usually played. "The Creature From the Black Lagoon" and all the "GODZILLA" movies were shown with crackly speakers sounding out bad dialog that no one payed much attention to. Most of us didn't go to "drive-ins" to watch a movie anyway. "Drive-Ins" were where many of us who grew up in the 50's got our 'sex educations'. "First Base-Second Base-Third Base", and if we got really lucky, "HOME-RUN" SEX! When most of us left the "Drive-IN" we usually did so with wet, stained under wear that we washed ourselves because we didn't want our parents knowing what really happened at the "Drive-IN. Too much information? Maybe. But some of our memories are stirred by those old speakers. If you were born after 1970, you probably didn't have a clue as to what that contraption was. Now you know! It's a sex education instrument used by your parents and grand parents. You have computers and virtual games. We had "Drive-INS" that provided direct hands-on training. J.
I saw this picture going around Facebook - does anyone remember these? Well, as a child of the 60’s and 70’s, I sure do!! In fact, I’m lucky to live near a place where these are still being used – the Drive-In movie theater. The antique looking speakers are still in position at one of the few drive-in theaters we have left in Minnesota. I have both past and present memories of going to the drive-in!! I recall the drive-in in my hometown and my best memory, as a teen, was seeing the movie “Halloween.” The movie is where Jamie Lee Curtis first came on to the scene as an actress. “Halloween” was probably the first horror movie I remember seeing at the drive-in theater. It was pretty creepy watching it in the outdoors, where possibly, Michael Myers was stalking our car. Then that eerie music would play in my head and he’d jump in the car at any moment where I’d be his next victim. It could happen…yeah, it REALLY could!! Another hometown drive-in moment was going there for my high school “Senior Skip Day.” The drive-in was the place to be and hang out. Groups from our senior class would overrun that night with shenanigans and, of course, the classic attempt had to be done – a couple of us hid in the trunk to get in without paying. Don’t remember if I volunteered for that or if I was nominated! I’m sure I volunteered. Ha! However, I have no idea what movie was playing that night. Yes, I did eventually get out of the trunk!!!! Now, fast forward, to the fairly present when Mister O and I started bringing our kids to the drive-in. It’s a great nostalgic family night out! We’d pack up the hamburgers and hot dogs then grill from the tailgate before the movie started. We’d load up on snacks and bring out the blankets and pillows to pile in the back of our pick-up where the kids would snuggle in for a three movie extravaganza. We’d make bets on who would fall asleep first. It was usually me or, occasionally, Mister O would reach dreamville before me. Though, I don’t think any of us have ever made it to the beginning of the third movie. My daughter, who is now a young adult, goes to the drive-in with her friends to make her own fun memories. I think that’s pretty cool. Hopefully, you have wonderful memories of the drive-in and you’re lucky enough to make some new ones before the drive-in experience disappears. Feeling reflective? Here are some memorable movies that have well-known drive-in scenes, Grease and Twister. Oh and don’t forget the opening to the Flinstones TV show. Along with your popcorn and, why not more than just “a square of chocolate,” watch my favorite drive-in scene from Grease. Put your smile on, Laurie O Feel free to share a square!
Lighter and ashtray in the car door.. how convenient..everyone smoked back then