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18 May 2011

Massey Dodge Garage, 1949

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“Massey Dodge Garage, on West State Street (building still standing), this photo was taken for a slide that would be used on TV, WMBR, Channel 4, 1949.  For that time it was the finest garage in this area.  Massey had 4 dealerships in our city.” LS

05 Apr 2011

Jacksonville’s Speed Racer

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“This photo is of Peter Gregg, auto racer of Jacksonville.  He had just started his dealership on Philips Highway and was being interviewed on radio.” LS Legendary Jacksonville race car driver Peter Gregg (third from right) became the owner of Brumos Porsche after purchasing the dealership in 1965 following previous owner Hubert Brundage’s death in [...]

13 Jan 2011

Damaged In Transit

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“A Bad Accident.  No one was killed and no one was hurt, no one had seat belts on either.  It all happened on a trip from England to Jacksonville, Florida.  These cars were on a ship and they got into a bad storm.  Result, the cars broke away from their chains and bounced together and [...]

17 Dec 2010

Baptist Hospital, 1950′s

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The shiny new Baptist Hospital building shortly after opening in the early 1950′s.  Only a portion of this original structure still remains as the complex grows, and that wing is scheduled to be torn down in the not too distant future.

13 Oct 2010

This Is A Volkswagen…

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A showroom vehicle advertising the line of Volkswagens which could be purchased at Jacksonville’s Brundage Motors.  The import dealer later changed hands after the death of owner Hubert Brundage and became the internationally known Brumos dealership.  Brundage was a regular client of Loyd’s.

13 Oct 2010

Crosley Road Test

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There is no information with this photograph but the history of this now defunct auto marque is fascinating.  Crosley only produced cars from 1939 to 1952.  They got 50 miles per gallon and Crosley was the last company in the United States to cease production of civilian vehicles during W.W. II.

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