The Jalopy Journal
I remember that fad well, quickest way to get a car to sit on a rake, also the quickest way to ruin a set of springs, they would get like the one...
Had one of them new, a 64, way too radical of an engine for the street, constantly setting the valves and it would load up and die if it idled for...
Cobbles stones and Fords, could be Memphis, the plant was just down river from a bridge and there is one in the background.
I grew up in N.J. in the fifties and sixties. The rail system there was great. Rode a lot of the commuter trains that stopped at all the towns and...
As a sign painter of 40+ years, that one really jumped out at me. Funny as the lettering looks nicely done. The big problem is poor contrast. The...
These Wisconsin cars always intrigued me, they are unlike any other cars from the era. I have asked on other boards about the rearward rake to the...
Looks like Buck Baker
Lots of win stickers
This is one that gets repeated...............just not often enough. :)
Things took a turn for the worse when a gang of Vesparados rode into town.
Memphis Tn fire department did the same thing. This was originally horse drawn , built in 1891, motorized in 1914 and modernized in this...
I remember a family vacation through that area of Virginia in the mid fifties and visiting tourist sites like Natural Bridge and some of the...
Looks like Nancy Sinatra
Is it just me or does that guy look awfully old to be just a Lieutenant? Never mind the enlisted guy needs to square away his hat. lol
What's wrong with it? For starters the white lettering is obviously computer generated and placed on top of the shadow.
Jeffries sure got better at lettering
I have a request. When you see a post that has incorrect information or one that requests and answer, would you be so kind as to hold off...
Odd two tone on the red one, they always had the roof done too.
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The clogged wind shield probably had something to do with where he landed up not to mention it probably signals his first visit to that...
I wonder if she was able to start that by herself, she doesn't look like she weighs more than 110 pounds
Yes, the guide clamps on the car and he uses a Beugler type tool to apply the paint, a striping wheel, some would put down two lines at once.
A couple of things strike me in this photo. Impressive that the front cap is fastened to the body so well it doesn't need the frame to stay in...
From the looks of his fingers, I think he is pinstriping.
New Brunswick, N.J.
Spent many a happy afternoon and more than a few dollars there, a very special place.
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