The Jean Sheppard ’40 Ford

Wednesday, February 18, 2015
The Jean Sheppard ’40 Ford

Here’s a pretty obscure old custom. I found it in the 1958 issue of Custom Cars Magazine. The car was built by Jean Sheppard out of Seattle, Washington in… continue reading »

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The Dick Fowler Ford

Thursday, January 29, 2015
The Dick Fowler Ford

Long story, and you wouldn’t believe me anyway… But as the result of some craziness I’ve been dealing with the past couple of days, I don’t have a… continue reading »

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1955 Plymouth: A Fresh Restart

Tuesday, January 13, 2015
1955 Plymouth: A Fresh Restart

Continuing my series on significant new cars for 1955, we move to boys at Mopar. In all honesty, all of the brands at Chrysler Headquarters that year were significantly redesigned under… continue reading »

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1955 Chevrolet: The Moonshot.

Thursday, January 8, 2015
1955 Chevrolet: The Moonshot.

I warned you I would be waxing poetic about some of the new cars for 1955, and the one manufacturer that made the biggest leap forward from the ’54 model… continue reading »

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LoLo & Behold…

Wednesday, January 7, 2015
LoLo & Behold…

This could very easily be seen as off topic by someone hunting for a hypocrite, but bear with me here. I’ve always felt that there was a fine line… continue reading »

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The Dream Cars for 1955…

Tuesday, January 6, 2015
The Dream Cars for 1955…

Here we are coming up on 2015, and it’s always upon the pending New Year that I reflect on the cars ending in that same last number in previous… continue reading »

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Miss Denise

Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Miss Denise

It wasn’t planned (at least not by me), but I’ve taken a whole week off of work. See, my wife surprised me with a trip to Wisconsin and… continue reading »

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Nick Cozzitorto’s ’52 F-100

Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Nick Cozzitorto’s ’52 F-100

We are running around like a bunch of damned chickens sans heads here at The Jalopy Journal Word HQ today. The act of shipping calendars rules the day,… continue reading »

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