While looking for a 1970s reference of businessmen apparel, the search engine of choice gave me this pic as a result. Yes, it had to do with a certain crisis involving petroleum-based goods. Then again, you’d expect that the Wikipedia page that discussed the 1970s would mention something of said events, wouldn’t it?
This photo was taken by Warren K. Leffler, who is an accomplished photographer, to say the least. It’s titled ‘Line at Gas Station, Maryland’, circa July 15, 1979. This photo seems like a pretty big deal, as you can find it in the United States Library of Congress’s Prints and Photographs division (digital ID ppmsca.03433).
Bigger version here.
So, while we wait for gas, how many vehicles can you identify?
Image source: Wikipedia.