The Jalopy Journal
"1970 Olds SX-455" sold it to the president of the Oldsmobile Club in Denver, CO. almost 30 years ago.
Cool! Really enjoy the great art work!
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] "Sub-Frame / Complete"
1980 Toyota 2-wheel drive truck sub-frame comes with:
>Steering (all components) manual steering box with...
Copper, brass & silver potential hood ornament.
Custom Hot Wheels car I'm working on to match my "63" wagon.
Here are a few of mine and after looking at some of the display cases in here thinking maybe I ought to get mine cleaned up!
The "Dune Buggy"...
I'm all for the August 17th date!
Hood on my "63" Nova wagon.
"Yep" back in the early 80's I had a 1971 Vega wagon with the 215, it actually weighed about the same as the "Iron Duke" and ran w..a..y much better!
It's not hot-rod related but, I've got "Michael Jordon's" signature (right out of college) on a leather basketball.
Also, "John Elways" signature...
A red one!
Wonder what it's worth?
Dad's work car, not sure what model / year but, it was a 2-door!
Always wanted a ride in one of these!
I seen it at the "Bushmaster's Rock n' Race Place" drag racing museum located between Strafford and Marshfield on the west side of Hwy 44....
Bet you wish you had that now!
I miss titled the post and "yes" it is the "Lil Coffin II" I also think "Hot wheels" did a tribute car to it but, called it the "Demon." Thanks...
Any additional info. on this car would be appreciated!
"Lil Coffin II"
(sorry, had my Rods mixed up...)
"Dad" John Howard Hollis (deceased) handed out a "Colorado State Patrol Safe Drivers Award" to an (unknown) driver. I think this was around...
I'd love to have that on a "T-Shirt!"
"Yep" its from Colorado!
Bandimere Speedway Speed & Machine Shops in Denver, Colorado.
"Ah" even the stalkers have no where to hide...;).
"Dad's" first patrol car, think it was a "60" or "61" Plymouth 2-door!!
Found another pic..
"Dad" handed out a "Colorado State Patrol...
"Yep" its a wagon...
"194" bored .40 over with a bit more cam and purrs like a kitten! ;)
Chevy "194" is what I've got and I love it!
"194" in my "63" Nova wagon, nothing special and e..a..s..y to work on!
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