The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by twin6, Jun 13, 2010.
I like the 36 Ford Phaeton in front of it with no side curtains.Cool ride indeed!
Are you ready for your last ride?
Might have been a last ride...
Last ride, with chains.
Thanks, dbradley, looks as though you are probably right. And the view in the B&W old Pre-WWII photo is fantastic. Unfortunately, the color one appears to have been taken after WWII, and this thread is only for pre-WWII shots, bro.
Thanks for your efforts, but can you pull the newer color pic so we don't clutter up the thread? THANKS, buddy!
Ford's River Rouge plant in the mid-'30s. Suppose they should have called
it "River HUGE" instead? Notice, they even had a street-car shuttle
to transport employees in from the parking lot!
In India 1935/1936ish
'Automobile Hearse' - from the July 1906
issue of 'Popular Mechanics' magazine.
Look like Mount Norquay in Banff Alberta
"Hendrick Motor Company - Ford
Sales & Service"- Circa 1930
'Charles H. Rockwell - Chalmers
and Dort Dealer - Los Angeles
California - circa 1917'
"Rumble Seat Girl!"
Here's a real mystery AND a COOL photo! An American roadster from around the WWI era. The Surrey Vintage Vehicle Society says the man at the wheel worked for Briggs, but the body may be something else -- and even a race conversion? Even AACA members couldn't conclude, but they did suggest Mercer, Stutz, Marmon OR Dorris! From the high profile, my money's on Marmon. Help!!!
Get along little doggy...............
The infamous Packard girls in their
snazzy new motorhome???
One happy kid
Here's a pair of proud railroad brakemen, posing for their portraits.
The back of this photo is pretty fancy
Mariposa Grove of Big Trees. The park used Pierce Arrows for tours
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