The Jalopy Journal
Whatever you do, don't look at the "Hot Rod Sports Cars" thread.
Lighten up, Francis.
There is a Buick V6 in the T Tudor in my avatar. Not my first choice, but it was there when I bought the car. It runs great, moves the car pretty...
It is a staged shot. It's from a '70s magazine shoot for a story about cruising Van Nuys Blvd.
Bad Photoshop job. The lettering above the trim looks legit. The lettering below the trim is all wrong, at the wrong angle, doesn't follow the...
I don't think woodies are well suited to chopped roofs. All of the chopped woodies that I've ever seen just haven't looked right to me. The roof...
This is a recent photo of 1/25 scale die cast model cars.
The movie was set in 1957, so the small block is plausible.
I'll be there in in this heap.
Heading out from Phoenix on Friday morning with a big group of hot rods.
20170326_182131-jpg by Mike posted Aug...
The cowl and hood on the Woody, Rustoleum gloss black.
The T Bird, Rustoleum gloss dark hunter green.
The E Type and MG, Rustoleum...
This is a still from the movie "Hot Rod". Lyons, CA is the name of the town where the movie was filmed. All of the drag racing scenes in the movie...
"I eat punks like you for breakfast!"
The art on that box makes me think of young Hunter S. Thompson blasting around Havana in the borrowed "Chevy".
I think the comparison is valid. a 1970 Challenger is a bitchin' car, and I would love to own one. Also, a 1970 Challenger is simple and primitive...
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