The Jalopy Journal
I prefer the looks of the smaller lights mounted forward where the large lights were. Either color, but the body color looks more finished. JMHO...
Greg, I remember the Road Saints very well. I have a Road Saints plaque that I loaned to Rob Vanderwood whose dad was a member so he could make...
Very cool video if you mute the sound.
Cali-chopper, I'm assuming the beautifully crafted cabin car and Rexner are scratch built and not restored original cars.
You and your dad do...
I would talk to the dealer or manufacturer of the toy hauler to make sure it's up to hauling the weight of a car, even a 32 Ford. Most are meant...
If I lived in Wisconsin, I'd call SEMA and get the name of a legislator that is sympathetic to old cars and see if you can get the statute...
Rod Powell did a beautiful yellow/green flamed one a while back, someone will have pictures.
Kinda reminded me of the Salt Lake City based blown Chrysler powered "Tijuana Taxi".
I loved watching it run at the old Bonneville Raceway.
Yes, that is the first (1981) KKOA Spectacular held in Wichita. I drove my 40 Merc and was very privileged to be photographed in such great...
In the early 60's NHRA started a Charter Club program. This is the paper plaque (designed by Dick Katayanagi, I believe) that was sent to our club...
Looks like Pete Millar had something to do with it, his name on the door and Drag Cartoons magazine on quarter panel.
The original 32 ford brochures show them pointing down, but if the top is chopped they sometimes have to point up to avoid hitting the top of the...
It's a Sun Rubber co. racer, and no, it is not supposed to look like its going around a corner.
It has either been very hot and bent or stored...
I'm seeing nothing traditional about this build.
I assumed it is that way in every state. In Utah it certainly is.
I loved the Pike, went there a lot when I lived in so-cal in the early 60's.
I have an original un-used ride ticket book, so I'm ready if it...
HRP, if you look at 32 Ford sales brochures and books showing assembly line photos they show the cap with the small fin facing back toward the...
Keep the steel wheels and hubcaps.
Not Siegel, it's actually E. J. Kaufmann and his wife Lilianne, who owned Kaufmann's Department store in Pittsburgh, Pa.
If you don't know who...
Well, this thing is starting to go in too many directions. I don't know why you would want to make removable the one thing that makes this car...
Mike Snively drove for the Surfers, tragically he committed suicide in 1974.
One of the worst examples of scrub radius ever.
I talked to Don several times over the years, usually when I was buying one of his books at an event somewhere.
I was always impressed by his...
"To Please A Lady" was rereleased in 1962 as "Red Hot Wheels".
That vintage photo was taken behind George Barris' Compton Ave. shop.
That's George standing by the highboy roadster's windshield post.
Jalopy Joker, please post photos for those of us that are interested in seeing the cars and not just bashing ISCA.
Me too, and apparently so does the guy in the glasses.
I agree with THIRTYTWO, my coupe has an X member and is only boxed in front and in back, 388" small block and a 4-speed with no problems at all.
Working on my coupe at our club house.
Ok, it's sepia not black & white, and it's not particularly artistic, but here's my rpu infront of a 100 year old house in Plain City, Utah
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