The Jalopy Journal
Here's another photo of the same truck I found on the web. It's sitting in Guttenberg Iowa.
Need some more more doors.
Here's my mostly original 56 Town Sedan with less than 31K original miles.
^^^ The tree missed it I guess.
Here's supposedly a '40.
In Harrisonville, Missouri.
'60 Edsel on the left.
Must have been stored indoors somewhere to look as solid as that.
^^^Are they visible from the I-5? I think I've seen a wrecking yard driving through Williams before.
Got the same crap here. No music of any kind on AM in the Portland, OR area. FM is pretty bad too. Lots of crappy poOp music.
My iPod is my best...
The 53 Buick could be worthwhile for parts. I think the glass and some body parts are good for 50 to 53 Cadillac coupes and converts.
1912: The first tract office opens in Van Nuys with lots starting at $350.
1911: Celebrating the arrival of the Pacific Electric Railway in San Fernando Valley.
It looks like a Russian version of a AA truck, the GAZ-AA.
912 S San Pedro, 1964
Gotfredson truck, 1926
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