The Jalopy Journal
Janis Joplin. I saw her in concert at the First Atlanta Pop Festival. She was the last performer on the last day, late in the evening as I...
These things rust easy enough without this!
WOW! What a great looking automobile.
The first '57 Chevy I ever saw was just like one of these. It was also the first one I ever rode in. It was at a small Army base in Asmara,...
I wonder how Daddy felt about this?
I'm only a year older than you and we did play marbles when I was a kid.
I was too busy looking at the Studebaker 2R shop truck.
1938 Studebaker with a Contrell (sp?) woody body.
I was thinking that that was a lot of people just gawking at an accident. The press is out so it must have been a big deal. Or maybe just a blood...
That car is the definition of a hot rod.
If I remember correctly when I bought a new Sprite in the late '60's I chose it over the Midget because it was a bit cheaper.
I believe that is a Austin Healy Sprite. The Sprite had less trim. A more plain look than the Midget.
That would be $12244.69 today.
Does anybody know anything about this car? An oddball to be sure, but cool in its own way.
I have never seen so many Hilmans in one place at the same time!
Absolutely correct. A great photo.
I have never seen a two door '59 Chevy wagon.
My family lived in Hawaii when this happened and we had to evacuate to higher ground in case of a tsunami resulting from the earthquake in Alaska.
This one is indeed very cool. I can't remember ever seeing a two door version of one of these.
This looks like what was once a Packard dealership and now is the American Packard Museum in Dayton, Ohio
The first '57 Chevy I ever saw was an Army staff car. I was about 9 years old. My dad was in the Army and stationed at a small base in Eritrea....
Don't you just love how the driver's helmet in the first car is above the roll cage?
I love the history behind some of these dealers we see here. I found this about this one.
You certainly have my vote:confused:
I sure would like to see other angles of this much modified 1955 custom. It is intriguing.
This picture came from the digital collection kept by East Carolina University. This was taken by a photographer of The Daily Reflector. This is...
There was a guy around here who had one of those. His wife, as I recall, made sure everybody knew it was really hers. I believe they made a...
Awww come on guys quit picking on the little guy. Saabs were eccentric, but that wasn't that bad a thing. I owned a 96 which looks like the one...
Wow! What a great way to go camping! Sure beats a tent or a VW camper van:rolleyes:
Wow! That is more than I ever knew, or needed to know about the middle digit.:rolleyes::eek:
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