Sears was founded and started their mail-order business in 1892, while J.C. Penney showed up in 1902 but unlike Sears was a brick-and-mortar business at the start, and only published their first catalogue in 1963, likely because Sears had recently entered the department store game in a big way and J.C. Penney wanted…
Huh. Apparently this photo was taken at 6:00
Unenforceable dopey legislation will surely breed more respect for authority.
shit that sounds awful, sorry to hear that
but not pieces
The Studebaker Lark R3. It’s the coolest factory sleeper supercar nobody’s ever heard of. It was fully intended to enter production and could’ve made Studebaker one of the biggest players in the early days of the muscle car, but changes in management happened and the new guy in charge was a killjoy who decided…
I believe the black thing on the backseat is a speaker - pump up the bass, if you know what I mean.