The Jalopy Journal
#1 all the way. They nailed "the look" right out of the gate (or driveway in this case)
It was an absolute crime to crush this car.
That is what I was thinking! :D
Thanks RustyNewYorker for the quick response. Long Live the HAMB, and the answers to impossible questions in record time. :)
I believe in the preservation of all vintage tin, so when a cousin of mine told me that he had found an old firewall in the woods behind his...
Thanks for posting this great photo. 15 years later, I STILL remember it. Cool cars will do that to you. ;)
That's IT!!! Thank you.
I still love the look of that car. It still looks like a Willys to me, though.
It was a four door, and I THINK it may have had a big red hot pepper painted on the side. (maybe)
There was a really cool late 30's Willys (37-38?) sedan that ran at Bonneville in the late 90's. It was orange and heavily chopped....
I'll be there. Someday, I may even bring a car and PARTICIPATE. ;)
I second this comment. The answer is "nowhere else".
That "Jim Ford Knee Bender 2000" sure works nice!!!
That is one of the best transmission humps I've seen. :D
Thanks for the exceptional video! It sounds even better in the "Man-Room", with the surround sound on, and the subwoofer cranked up. :) All I'm...
You have a late 60's GM pickup, right?
Although it is a little new for the HAMB, they DO look good with a couple inches out of the top.
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