The Jalopy Journal
I received this picture from a correspondent in Germany. I don't know where he got it. I looked back through this thread hoping to find the car...
I believe that it was off E 14th near the San Leandro border. It may have been the property where GM built it's plant.
I believe that building...
That is true. I've personal experience with it. Couldn't get a trailer registered in one county. Went to a DMV office in another county and had...
Oh wait, I know what it is. It's a Johnny Cash Mobile. Remember the song "One Piece at a Time"?
Wow, that's a great job you are doing. Being a fan of belly tank racers I'm looking forward to more.
I wonder what they said at the DMV when he applied for a license?
Wrong for this forum but fun: Lotus = Lots of trouble usually serious.
What were they named? Franz, Frantz, or something like that.
Well, you don't have far to go.
Built in timing light.
I add my dismay at this news to what others have said. I was just there last October and had a great visit. Especially liked the belly tank racer...
Agree. I worried that it had been deleted for some reason.
There was significant lost of life in the Camp Fire. I believe the count reached the low eighties or more
I made the same purchase and have found them to be of good quality. My work is generally medium to light duty and they work well at that level.
May I add to the above correct descriptions of the accident that, I believe, Hawthorne's Jaguar had disc brakes which were new that year. Stopping...
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