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Friday, October 31, 2014

News & Notes from Boyle Heights, Eagle Rock & Highland Park

Vintage Rust, Elysian Heights | Photo by Mary-Austin Klein/Flickr

  • Boyle Heights residents take steps to limit new liquor licenses. Boyle Heights Beat
  • L.A. Unified to put $298 parcel tax on the ballot. KPCC
  • Firesign Theatre Company’s Highland Park connection. Patch
  • Eagle Rock on Crime Alert list after 20 property crimes reported in a week. L.A. Now
  • The Eastsider thanks N. Salter of Echo Park and J. Ritz  of Los Feliz for purchasing Reader Sponsorships.
  • Happening Today: Atwater Chamber of Commerce’s 65th Anniversary celebration. Save the Date


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4 comments

  1. Awesome 1961 Plymouth, one of my fave cars! Designers at Chrysler must have been smoking some serious weed in the early 1960s. This Plymouth, as well as Dodges, DeSotos and Imperials, were totally far out:

    http://memimage.cardomain.com/ride_images/2/4154/2141/22883570004_large.jpg

  2. This car is just down the street from me & I walk past it all the time. I wish whoever owns it would fix it up because it has so much potential. They certainly don’t make them like this anymore!

  3. I like seeing older cars like that with the patina. You can see that they still take care of it, by the clean hubcaps and shiny chrome.

    • I like the car too & the outside is kinda cool but it’s not really that well taken care of. The interior is completely shot & the chrome is missing from around the headlights. I’ve never seen anyone drive it but it moves once a week to avoid street cleaning so it must run.

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