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50 years ago today, Ford released it’s highly anticipated new model: the Mustang. I feel incredibly lucky to own one of the 559,451 that were built in 1965. Once this weather gets a little nicer and some minor repairs are done, I’m looking forward to having her on the road again!

50 years ago today, Ford released it’s highly anticipated new model: the Mustang. I feel incredibly lucky to own one of the 559,451 that were built in 1965. Once this weather gets a little nicer and some minor repairs are done, I’m looking forward to having her on the road again!



A beautiful day to have the Bug out!

A beautiful day to have the Bug out!



My Beetle in the rain.

My Beetle in the rain.



Even in the single digits with no heat, she gets me to work!

Even in the single digits with no heat, she gets me to work!



A funny “Head I Win, Tails You Lose” coin.



Retro “Hump Time” button.

Retro “Hump Time” button.



Pinup girl matchbook, “What ho!”

Pinup girl matchbook, “What ho!”



Brownie Starflash

Brownie Starflash



A Ford Mustang advertisement on the back cover of the December, 1964 Playboy.

A Ford Mustang advertisement on the back cover of the December, 1964 Playboy.



Vintage magazine advertisement from 1968. Look at those prices!

Vintage magazine advertisement from 1968. Look at those prices!



Two campaign buttons for John F. Kennedy, 1960.



Interesting obituary notice from the July 10, 1810 edition of The New Hampshire Patriot. It claims that a slaved named Jack allegedly lived until the age of 120 on the plantation of George Calvert. If true, Jack would’ve been born in 1690!

Interesting obituary notice from the July 10, 1810 edition of The New Hampshire Patriot. It claims that a slaved named Jack allegedly lived until the age of 120 on the plantation of George Calvert. If true, Jack would’ve been born in 1690!



The New Hampshire Patriot, July 10, 1810.

The New Hampshire Patriot, July 10, 1810.



French postcard from 1896.



Interesting photo of a Victorian man from Muskegon, Michigan in 1884. Very unique logo on the back of this picture.