1955 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-Door Hardtop (1 of 9)

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1955 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-Door Hardtop (1 of 9)

Photographed at the Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse "Toys for Tots" Car Cruise in Springfield, Illinois on October 10, 2009. This is an annual event held in association with the Cool Cruisers Car Club.

Please visit my Motor Vehicles Collection on Flickr where you will find more than 10,000 photographs that have been thoughtfully categorized into dozens of sets, and carefully organized by model year, manufacturer, vehicle type, and more. This project, which began in 2008, continues to expand with new material added daily.

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New Siding For Your Home

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There is nothing nothing better that you as a homeowner could do to add instant beauty and curb appealing than new siding for your house. Ever since the "days of old" when homes were built with thatched roofs and mud and wattle sides there has been the quest to boost the form and function of the family home with newer and better materials and techniques in siding. With all the options on the market today it is easy to get bogged down when selecting new siding for your house, so in the interest of making the decision easier let's examine a few of the more popular styles of siding in use today.

Wood, for centers it was the predominant building material in homes. Everything from floor to the shingles on the roof was made of wood, and of course wood was and still is used in new house siding. Throughout the years a variety of different woods from ash, oak and maple, to cedar and pine have been used for siding, and the manner of attaching the siding to the house has been even more varied than the types of wood used. No matter what type of wood is used, … Read More