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    Tulsa police testing booty-shaking Rumbler sirens

    var digg_url = ''; In a move sure to please more than a few motorists, police in Tulsa, OK are testing new sirens on their patrol cars with a tone low enough to send vibrations through targeted vehicles and their occupants. ...

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    Will there be anything left? Tulsa Belvedere set to be de-rusted

    The SS Belvedere emerged from its not-so-dry-dock almost two months ago, in all its ferrous oxide glory. Apparently the offer of restoration by Boyd Coddington has either been refused or rescinded, but either way, the Mopar is headed to New Jersey for a spa treatment. Safest Rust Remover, a product ...

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    Winner of buried Belvedere determined, passed away in '79

    click above image for a gallery of the buried Belvedere's unveilingDon't know how we missed this, but apparently the winner of the 1957 Plymouth Belvedere that was buried with a time capsule in Tulsa, Oklahoma some 50 years ago has been determined. His name is Raymond E. Humbertson, and 50 years ...

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    Video: The other Tulsa time capsule

    What is it with Tulsa burying cars? By now, surely everyone has heard of Tulsa's buried Belvedere. Placed in its "watertight" cement coffin in 1957, it didn't do too well over half a century. But technology then was not nearly as advanced as it is now, right? So how would one go about burying a car ...

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    More pics of Tulsa's rusty 1957 Plymouth Belvedere unearthed

    click above image for 26 new pics of the '57 Belvedere unveiling in TulsaSince we weren't able to get an Autoblogger on a plane pointed at Tulsa last weekend to catch the unearthing of a 1957 Plymouth Belvedere buried underground for 50 years, we called Chrysler because we thought, hey, they built ...

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    Tulsa's buried Belvedere revealed! It's a rust bucket

    click above image to view more pics from the '57 Chrysler Belvedere's unveilingTonight was the big unearthing and unveiling of the 1957 Chrysler Belvedere that was buried in front of the courthouse in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma 50 years ago. After the car's underground tomb was opened earlier in the ...

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    Tulsarama time capsule a 1957 Plymouth Belvedere

    On June 15th, 1957 the residents of Tulsa, Oklahoma buried a 1957 Plymouth Belvedere beneath a downtown sidewalk in front of the Tulsa County Courthouse. At the time Tulsa has more cars per capita than any U.S. city besides Los Angeles and a fierce rivalry with Oklahoma city. The time capsule stunt ...


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