Nancy D'Alesandro Pelosi ?? - MISS LUBE RACK 1955

Nancy D'Alesandro Pelosi ?? - MISS LUBE RACK 1955

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Comment by oldranger_68 on April 30, 2013 at 5:42pm

She's been rode hard and put up wet a few times too many since then.

Comment by HwΩΩd♪ on April 30, 2013 at 6:18pm

somebody's lying....she look 15 here???...lol...w00t!

Comment by truth on April 30, 2013 at 9:19pm

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Comment by HwΩΩd♪ on April 30, 2013 at 10:57pm

"Liberal Lube Jobs applied in back"

Comment by Ken MacDonald on May 4, 2013 at 8:19am

repugnant.

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Comment by HwΩΩd♪ on May 4, 2013 at 10:45am

BA-HAHAHAHAAA

Comment by guest_blog on May 4, 2013 at 10:58am

from chat: Anon8158: This is BullShit....   
Photo of Nancy Pelosi Posing as Miss Lube Rack 1955- Fiction!
Summary of the eRumor: 
This is a photo that went viral in political blogs on the Internet that alleged Congresswoman Nancy D’Alesandro Pelosi posed as a bathing beauty in 1955.  The eRumor said that the future Congressional Representative for California was Miss Lube Rack 1955.
The Truth: 
The photo is real but it is not of Congressional Representative Nancy Pelosi.
The photo was taken in 1951 at the Muller Brothers Oldsmobile Tires and Carwash in Los Angeles, California by Life Magazine.  The photo was one of many that appeared in a photo documentary about the world's largest automotive service station.   The idea for the beauty contest was to celebrate the 3,000,000th vehicle to go through the car wash.  This according to a May 16, 2012 article published in the blog site of John Straub.
Nancy Pelosi was born in 1940 in Baltimore, Maryland, where her family had deep political roots. Pelosi would have been 11 years old at the time that the photo was taken.
The photo turned out to be an interesting artifact of Hollywood history and the Muller family, who settled in Los Angeles in 1893.  The family empire began with a fish market, which was later sold so they could establish Hollywood's first ice company.  In the 1920's the Mullers entered the automotive business, which later resulted in a massive automotive complex with an Oldsmobile dealership and Firestone Tire store.  The center also included a car wash, cafe, body shop, home appliance center and auto parts and supply store. According to the Foundation to support Hollywood Heritage the Muller car complex was located on the corner of Sunset and Ivar. It was not uncommon to see Hollywood celebrities at the car complex getting their cars washed or serviced.
The complex was conveniently located across the street from the Muller family home.  The area where the family once lived later became the site for the RCA Building and today it is the home of the Los Angeles Film School. Today, the former site of the world's largest service station is now home of another famous Hollywood landmark, the Cinerama Dome Theater.

Comment by HwΩΩd♪ on May 4, 2013 at 11:54am

i knew she was either lying about the age or dates got confused......but damn....lol

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