Set the way-back machine to March 26, 1941, Staten Island, New York. My father was a salesman for the American Tobacco Company, selling Lucky Strike cigarettes. He managed to make the front page of the Staten Island Advance that day after sideswiping two other vehicles and flipping his company car. He was lucky enough to walk away with a bruised shoulder.

Be curious to know what the make was on that vehicle. I can tell it's a panel wagon and the grill looks fairly distinctive. Judging by how heavily congested that street looks, he must have really had his foot into it.

1941 NASH  • 1941 OLDSMOBILE • FENDER BENDER
STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE • STATEN ISLAND, NY
LUCKY STARS