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Victory Cross-Country

Victory Cross-Country

A personal favourite from my photoshoot at Peak Powersports

Posted by ScottJarvis on 2012-10-25 01:34:12

Tagged: , victory , motorcycles , motorcycle , cars , auto , automotive , commercial , ad , advertising , advertisement , cross-country , photography , strobe , strobist , college , student , v-twin , muscle , cruiser

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1957 Topps – Jim Pendleton #327 (Infielder / Outfielder) (b. 7 Jan 1924 – d. 20 Mar 1996 at age 72) – Autographed Baseball Card (Pittsburgh Pirates) (card #2)

1957 Topps - Jim Pendleton #327 (Infielder / Outfielder) (b. 7 Jan 1924 - d. 20 Mar 1996 at age 72) - Autographed Baseball Card (Pittsburgh Pirates) (card #2)

James Edward Pendleton (b. January 7, 1924 — d. March 20, 1996 at age 72) was a professional baseball player, an outfielder in the Major Leagues between 1953 and 1962. The native of St. Charles, Missouri, played for the Milwaukee Braves, Pittsburgh Pirates, Cincinnati Reds, and Houston Colt 45s.

At the age of 29, on April 17, 1953, Pendleton made his Major League debut with the Milwaukee Braves. He had been a top shortstop in the Negro National League in the late 1940s.

In 1953, he was traded to the Braves as part of a four-team transaction (involving the Reds and the Philadelphia Phillies, as well as the Braves and Dodgers). He played more than 100 games in the outfield for Milwaukee, and batted .299 in a part time role, which increased his popularity. In 1957, he hit .305 in 46 games for the Pirates, but after three at bats in 1958, he was sent back to the minors for the rest of 1958 campaign.

He was a member of the first Houston Colt .45s team in 1962 and played in 117 games at the age of 38.

MLB debut – April 17, 1953, for the Milwaukee Braves
Last MLB appearance – September 30, 1962, for the Houston Colt .45s

MLB statistics: (Pendleton appeared in 444 games over eight seasons)
Batting average – .255
Home runs – 19
RBI – 97

Teams:
Milwaukee Braves (1953–1956)
Pittsburgh Pirates (1957–1958)
Cincinnati Reds (1959)
Houston Colt .45s (1962)

Link to all of his issued baseball cards – www.tradingcarddb.com/Person.cfm/pid/4553/col/1/yea/0/Jim…

Posted by Treasures from the Past on 2018-04-19 19:00:52

Tagged: , 1957 , Topps , 1957 Topps , baseball , cards , baseball card , vintage , auto , autograph , graf , graph , graphed , sign , signed , signature , Jim Pendleton , Pittsburgh Pirates , infielder , outfielder

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Norton 850 Commando

Norton 850 Commando

Norton 850 Commando lors d’un rassemblement auto à Launaguet

Posted by xwattez on 2014-09-02 07:25:05

Tagged: , Norton , 850 , Commando , moto , anglaise , british , motorbike , motorcycles , rassemblement , auto , parking , simply , market , launaguet , france , 2014

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1957 Topps – Chuck Tanner #392 (Outfielder) (b. 4 Jul 1928 – d. 11 Feb 2011 at age 82) – Autographed Baseball Card (Milwaukee Braves)

1957 Topps - Chuck Tanner #392 (Outfielder) (b. 4 Jul 1928 - d. 11 Feb 2011 at age 82) - Autographed Baseball Card (Milwaukee Braves)

Charles William "Chuck" Tanner (b. July 4, 1928 – d. February 11, 2011 at age 82) was a left fielder and manager in MLB. He was known for his unwavering confidence and infectious optimism. He managed the Pittsburgh Pirates to a World Series championship in 1979. He last served as a senior adviser to Pirates general manager Neal Huntington.

Tanner signed his first contract with the Boston Braves. He played for eight seasons (1955–1962) for four different teams: the Milwaukee Braves, Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Indians and Los Angeles Angels. In 396 games played, Tanner batted .261 with 21 home runs. While with the Braves, Tanner hit a home run off the first pitch in his first career at-bat on April 12, 1955.

Tanner was also a solid outfielder, who hit .313 in 1,454 minor league games. His minor league resume includes 98 games with the International League’s Toronto Maple Leafs in 1960 and 1961.

MLB debut – April 12, 1955, for the Milwaukee Braves
Last MLB appearance – May 8, 1962, for the Los Angeles Angels

MLB statistics
Batting average – .261
Home runs – 21
RBI – 105
Managerial record – 1,352–1,381

Teams – As Player:
Milwaukee Braves (1955–1957)
Chicago Cubs (1957–1958)
Cleveland Indians (1959–1960)
Los Angeles Angels (1961–1962)

As Manager:
Chicago White Sox (1970–1975)
Oakland Athletics (1976)
Pittsburgh Pirates (1977–1985)
Atlanta Braves (1986–1988)

Career highlights and awards:
1979 World Series Champion
1972 The Sporting News Manager of the Year Award

Link to all of his issued baseball cards – www.tradingcarddb.com/Person.cfm/pid/5765/col/1/yea/0/Chu…

Posted by Treasures from the Past on 2018-04-01 19:32:20

Tagged: , 1957 , Topps , 1957 Topps , baseball , cards , baseball card , vintage , auto , autograph , graf , graph , graphed , sign , signed , signature , Chuck Tanner , Milwaukee Braves , outfielder

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850 Commando

850 Commando

Norton 850 Commando lors de la bourse d’échange Auto Rétro de Gratentour

Posted by xwattez on 2014-02-03 21:04:25

Tagged: , Norton , 850 , Commando , electric , start , Moto , anglaise , english , motorbike , motorcycles , véhicule , transports , bourse d’échange , Auto , Rétro , Gratentour , France , 2014

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RED V8 TRIKE

RED V8 TRIKE

Posted by *SIN CITY* on 2011-01-02 02:01:57

Tagged: , daytona , beach , bikeweek , 2007 , bike , week , america , motorcycle , auto , babes , girls , tits , ass , pussy , hotrod , hot , rod , trike , v8 , speedway , bikini , beer , biketoberfest , rotary , chopper , wheel , ridley , harley , sportster , lowrider , low , paint , airbrush , flames , custom , art , vincent , band , music , bass , guitar , zippo , truck , exile , cycles , tattoo , chrome , rat , fink , rossemeyer , supercharged , minibike , mini , showroom , car , 57 , chev

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DSCF0664

DSCF0664

Posted by *SIN CITY* on 2011-01-02 02:28:07

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1984 Topps – Pete Vuckovich #505 (Pitcher) – Autographed Baseball Card (Milwaukee Brewers)

1984 Topps - Pete Vuckovich #505 (Pitcher) - Autographed Baseball Card (Milwaukee Brewers)

Peter Dennis Vuckovich (b. October 27, 1952 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania) is a retired starting pitcher in MLB who came across as an intimidating presence on the mound with his 6’4" 220 lb frame and Fu Manchu moustache. He was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in 1974.

After minimal duty with Chicago from 1975–76, Vuckovich was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 1976 MLB expansion draft. Even though the young Blue Jays lost 107 games in 1977, and although mostly used in relief, Vuckovich managed a 7-7 record with eight saves. He recorded the first shutout in Toronto franchise history, a 2-0 victory over Jim Palmer and the Orioles. He also recorded the first save in Toronto franchise history on April 7, 1977 versus the Chicago White Sox.

A part of a seven-player trade in December 1980, Vuckovich went to the Milwaukee Brewers along with Rollie Fingers and Ted Simmons.

When Milwaukee won the AL pennant in 1982, Vuckovich won the Cy Young Award with an 18-6 record and a 3.34 ERA.

MLB debut – August 3, 1975, for the Chicago White Sox
Last MLB appearance – October 2, 1986, for the Milwaukee Brewers

Career statistics:
Win–Loss record 93–69
ERA – 3.66
Strikeouts – 882

Teams:
Chicago White Sox (1975–1976)
Toronto Blue Jays (1977)
St. Louis Cardinals (1978–1980)
Milwaukee Brewers (1981–1986)

Career highlights and awards:
AL Cy Young Award (1982)
AL wins leader (1981)

Link to all of his issued baseball cards – www.tradingcarddb.com/Person.cfm/pid/6083/col/1/yea/0/Pet…

Posted by Treasures from the Past on 2018-04-29 22:40:33

Tagged: , 1984 , Topps , 1984 Topps , baseball , cards , baseball card , vintage , auto , autograph , graf , graph , graphed , sign , signed , signature , Pete Vuckovich , Milwaukee Brewers , pitcher , Toronto Blue Jays

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