The Jalopy Journal
I listen to the mouse scurrying to hide when I turn on the light.
The previously built Olds 303 kicked its ass.
That's a Chevrolet\GM Suburban. Plymouth didn't produce them for years. Like 1949 or 50?
Seeing all the negected and rotted out piles of crap in this thread makes me really appreciate lowriders.
I got a set of cast iron headers for my flathead six. Sounds great, mufflers gotten louder with age though.
I remember lighting them to keep the temperature up in the orange groves back when I was in high school.
Watercolor on paper.
First pickup, Sunday at Princeton CA. Second one, yesterday, parked in front of work Sunnyvale CA.
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cobwebs, dirt and peeling paint.
I bought my 2 door 53 Plymouth wagon in 76. Wasn't really cool then but was quite affordable. Don't know if its cool now but a lot of people...
I have an original 60s Stanford Hospital X-ray Dept light box. Still works really great.
How about a '60 Edsel front end? :cool:
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