The Jalopy Journal
Did this project ever come to fruition? Would like to see if it was finished and what he did.
Anyway, thought I'd revisit this thread. Thanks for that list. I took a lot of the suggestions on your list and have added them. Thanks for taking...
Still waiting for those CDs....LOL
Man, with all these lost wallets flying around, we should be arse deep in Moroccan Cow Hide.
Awesome work as usual. Keep it up. Would be really nice to see this tour the world when it is done.
Diving right in and tackling the hard projects. If one does not try, one will never know how it's done. Kudos to you and your design team.
Good craftsmanship on the rear wings.
Awesomeness in Moscow.
I agree Doc.This build shows so much. Time and skill of execution. Taking something not common and blending two dissimilar cars into one. Since...
The rarest car I came across was a De Dion Bouton from 1899 or thereabouts. Also seen a Metz, a high wheeler truck.
Women in Chicago getting arrested for wearing one piece bathing attire and showing leg...1922
I'm pleased when I see the few Milwaukee automobile makers on the thread. Seaman made bodies for Lafayette (Nash), and many other makers including...
Ooops! You are correct. I left the area in 1984. Memory plays tricks on me.
Lived close to this little roadside attraction. This was between Santa Barbara and Carpenteria, not far from Summerville.
Not Bill, It's Richard Pryor of freebasing fame. He was a comedian in the vein of Redd Fox.
Got a problem with disabled people?
They called that scheme, The BlueBonnet.
Good strong Wisconsin made car. CASE from the J.I. Case company, same as the tractors.
We were not allowed to sit on our butts, but some of us still got fat. I played little league, rode my bike, hiked in the woods and pretty much...
You see, my dear, when working on the rod, always wear safety gloves to protect your fingers.
you can still ride this very train. It's located at the Illinois Train Museum in Union Illinois. They just recently had an excursion from Chicago...
Muskego....land of big spiders
Dr. Frank N. Furter
AMC was going to source the rotary engine from GM, as they were going to market their own Wankel powered car. As with the Pacer, GM already tooled...
Look Skeeziks...a fat person!!
That company still exists today. It's Johnson Controls now
Speedon, The Road Apples show is pretty huge for a one day event in Sun Prairie, It brings in a lot of different cars of all makes and ages. Last...
Have a good time at your show. Best of luck to you and your event.
Your friends at WSRA Corn Roast @ Fond Du Lac.
That would be a four door sedan, I think. A hard top would not have metal window frames. When I was a kid, my dad had a 54 mainline tudor with a...
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