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Well, here's something one doesn't see everyday: a whole garage door devoted to a candidate's support. It was the curvy lines of the classic car that first caught my eye from a distance, seen on a residential side street in the Crown Hill area. As I got closer I saw the hand lettered door, then noticed the car's license plate reads "NO HUAC," referring to the infamous House Unamerican Activities Committee of 1938-1975. I guess we could assume some things about this resident's political views. ;^) Look at the car door handles. Which direction do you think that back door swings open?
Update: thanks very much to Wayne in Vancouver, BC for identifying this as an early 50s Studebaker and that those back doors that open backwards were called "suicide doors." I looked through a few classic car photos after getting Wayne's information, and indeed he is right and I believe this car is a 1951 Studebaker Champion. Although the photo didn't capture it, the car has a distinctive bullet nose.