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Bold Bentleys & Just Judy

When you pull into our drive-in, you can always expect the past delivered right up to your window.

On this day

Eddie at the bat

Cleveland Indians owner Bill Veeck was known for his various stunts during games. His most infamous happened on this day in 1951 when he sent Eddie Gaedel to the plate. Gaedel, standing 3 feet 7 inches, walked on four pitches and became the shortest Major League Baseball player ever.

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Blast from the past

Carhop tray

Drive-in restaurants weren't always a novelty destination. Fortunately, when you pulled in for some curbside chow, they gave you a carhop tray to limit the number of fries that inevitably fall to your lap.

Photo source: Flickr

Things we Slacked

Bentleys back in time

Few cars scream luxury, performance, and classic quite like a Bentley. Automobile Magazine put together a great gallery confirming Bentley's place as a vintage masterpiece.

Photo source: Flickr

B&W Colorization

Not in Kansas anymore

Like her first moments in Munchkinland, Judy Garland wows when set in full color.

Photo source: Pixabay

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