The Jalopy Journal
I had the same thought!
It would be a glorious wrestling match!
Forest Lane / Dallas, Texas '71 thru '75
The basic structure of the terminal building at Love Field is still there, but EVERYTHING has been rebuilt. It is all the same and yet completely...
Lord have mercy, miss!
Jim Rockford's neighborhood when it was new.
Route 66, Glenrio, Texas/New Mexico. Now Interstate 40.
EVERYTHING IS CHROME IN THE FUTURE! - Sponge Bob Squarepants
Yeah, Bill Haley's kookie daughter has been in an orbit one person removed from me on two occasions. Strangely, she was the girlfriend of a guy's...
Trust me... they had 'em.
Yes, Nike missile bases were built surrounding almost all major US cities. Many of the locations still exist and are repurposed by the new owners....
British? Right hand steering wheel.
That is a "healthy" woman there. Notice that she is holding a cigarette.
EVERY time I get under a car or truck I think back on the two hot rodding teenagers that lived down the alley from where we lived when I was 2 to...
Not much there these days except the rock foundations of some buildings. This would be on I-40 and about 10 miles west of Winslow, AZ.
Walt told me that the hemis used in the Freight Train were his motors, so this most likely is him driving.
This is Virna Lisi in How to Murder Your Wife with Jack Lemmon. She was one hot Italian number, for sure!
No, I didn't say that. Hank just said the true story was not what the mythology stated. I trusted Ray because he was very close to Hank.
No, goober. Johnny Horton. C&W singer who died in a car accident in rural Texas after leaving a gig in Austin on the way to Shreveport.. He won a...
I used to mix Ray Price for several years in the '80s and then again in 2003. . Ray was Hank's protege and room mate. We discussed Hank and his...
My father and a bunch of his business associates who were all movers and shakers in the Dallas construction business used to meet here for lunch...
No. I forget this guys name, but he was a big drag bike guy. This pic has appeared on this forum several times over the years. IT ISN'T JOHN CANDY.
Cars of that era were built from STRONG sheet metal and steel, so some of those cars were in some SERIOUS accidents if they were bent and wrecked...
Man.... I just LOVE the Bonneville pics from years past because I know almost exactly the spot where they are taken having been out there so many...
I looked on Google Maps and this little building is still there. The building to the right seems a bit different.
Nope. All solid front ends. The pic was a Woody Gilmore chassis which only a very small number of (two?) had the independent front suspension.
Everyone keeps posting the photo of the giant Santa holding the '54 Chevy in Dallas back in Christmas of '53. Well, here's the story: (The...
The Dallas Love Field terminal is still there although it has been built over quite a bit. It doesn't look like that any longer.
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