The Jalopy Journal
55K @rusty valley
The tape above the door opening said 55K @bangngears.
Another great write-up @J.Ukrop. This photo encapsulates @RedneckBuz perfectly: calm, cool and collected!
That's a great honor to be entrusted with summarizing the journey of the Titus roadster @J.Ukrop, and as usual, the end product looks amazing!
Did you happen to see the Dan Gurney trailer that Bobby Green posted on Instagram the other day @Ryan?
It's interesting that the eyes on the rear spring are not reversed considering how much customization had been done to the car at that...
It's an original bodied car @The ideaman, and the owner/builder Doug Haifley drove it to and from the GNRS from Phoenix, AZ. Cragar 4-71 blown...
We passed you today in the rain @winduptoy, your Vicky looked great! Like you, we took 2-lane roads all day today to get to Tucumcari for the...
We'll see you in the hotel parking lot @Malcolm. My son and I are driving the '32 Mordor again, leaving Tucson Monday Morning to meet up with the...
Glad to see that Dee's '39 fordor went to a good home @Dan Hay!
Great idea to use engine stands to paint the rear end @CTaulbert. See you and Ash in Oklahoma soon!!
Nice touch with the steering wheel nuts that match the lug nuts @CTaulbert.
That's our group @straykatkustoms! We drove to Oklahoma with 9 other cars from Arizona, and had a great time. Great location for a show, and the...
I was born in 1972, so Barry Lobeck's roadster is the one I gravitate towards. I believe the photo credit goes to @TRJ (when Steve Coonan owned...
Ha ha, touché Mick! Hope you are all doing well in the 45th state.
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