Posted 10 years ago
This like the 8 X 10 I posted earlier of my mom, was from a roll that she and my dad (actually just my dad) went to another town 60 miles away from where they lived, to have developed. I can't begin to tell you how "risque" shots like this were, back in the time of 1939. While I loved my mom very much and found that as she got a lot older she loved to show off these pics of the way she "use to look" before father time had his way. But in the love category, click on the pic here to blow it up and tell me guys, would you not LOVE to have that 1930's something "Woody" in the background that belonged to the couple that were with my mom & dad at this weekend cabin get a way? I can't make out the name on the front left quarter panel, but I think it's an "International". I would love to solve this mystery by hearing from one of you knowledgeable car people out there in C.W. world.
P.S. The other pics that were taken with this one, and are included in the little yellow flip album of 8-10 pics, show no other worthwhile or memorable poses. But in summary, a very cool log cabin, a very cool woody and one very cool lady.
*Update: As of this date 4/18/11 it has come to my attention that the "Woody" as I call it, is a model not made until 1946 so if you don't want to entertain yourself by reading comments from a wide array of people below, I will just stand by my original statement that MOM looked pretty damn good for 18 or 25-26 years old and I can see why dad would have hated to leave for the Pacific in Nov. of 1940 and would have been doing everything in his power to get back when he did after the war. AND, I'd still like to own a woody like the one pictured here. Thanks everyone.