The Jalopy Journal
A night at the garage.
Not the best pic but from the mid 1960's, 90 mile tow to the drag strip.[ATTACH]
Buddy's car at show in High River, Alberta today.[ATTACH]
All wood Model A I built.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Just hanging out.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
[ATTACH] For a charity auction.
Just over 80,000 miles on our 29.[ATTACH]
One Shot enamel on art board, 18 x 23.[ATTACH]
A couple from years ago.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Sometimes, we have to pick our spots.
Another wood project, forty two inches in length, weighs about fifty pounds. Always wanted a Mercury with a garishly flamed look.[ATTACH]...
If the roads are dry, we like to cruise, shortest day of the year makes it even better. Temperature around 30 degrees.
Couple from our bunch.
A friend’s Model A coupe, One Shot enamel on art board.[ATTACH]
I built this Model A, 200 plus pieces, forty inches long.
[ATTACH] Some from our bunch in Red Deer, Alberta.
Close to 75,000 miles on our 29.
Not the best pics but injected 394 Olds in Plymouth coupe, mid sixties, Red Deer, Alberta , Canada.
Couple I did years back, One Shot enamel on stretched canvas.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Absolutely no surfing experience and at 71 years old don’t think I’ll get any but have loved the surf scene since first viewing the Safaris album...
Return spring for me also.
My attempt at a "woody", about 240 pieces of poplar, oak and aspen. It's approximately 20 inches by 40 inches.
Our 29 Tudor.[ATTACH]
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] Made this out of wood, roughly 1/20 scale.
67,000 miles and still going strong.[ATTACH]
A few TIKIS I have carved.
Looking good, Thanks Ryan.
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