Long Exposure Photograph of what appears to be a 1948 General Motors “Old Look” coach, straight out of Pontiac, Michigan, used for suburban transport for towns outside of Chicago. The barely-there paint job is of the National City Line variety, identical to that of the Montgomery, Alabama bus line of the mid-‘50s. Orange, green, and white. Just like the famous Rosa Parks’ bus! Shot right after the Blue Blood Supermoon, at an icy 5 degrees, our frozen toes lived to tell the tale and ponder the question: who buys an old bus, parks it behind a dive bar, and fills it with junk?
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