The Jalopy Journal
Malcolm Durham, Leonard W. Miller, Wendell Scott, and Ronald Hines.
Yeah, Ernie was a baseball player with the Cubs
That ‘39 Ford looks like a real sleeper.
Don’t live in Buffalo, but remember the picture in Car Craft magazine.
Awesome street car at that time.
I was waiting for that.
Yeah, it was a good place to horse around.
Think you might be mixing up Osborn with Marvin Graham.
Is that at Barona?
Impressive lifting the wheels.
What does it run?
Standard or Deluxe? If you remember.
Does anyone know what track, is it Dover??
I'm sure it was done with a purpose, not for cosmetic reasons.
Bad taste is not something new.
Even back in the day there was someone who wanted to put Mattel type wheels on their hot rods
Worked in the building on the right JFK IAB (International Arrivals Building) for many years.
Then oversaw things in the closed TWA terminal on...
Looks to be Annette Funicello
Hot Rod Race was answered with Hot Rod Lincoln.
I'm younger than some of you & only know the Commander Cody version.
Stopped going years ago.
Looks like Twiggy, remember her.
Big Willie Robinson's Terminal Island
Now that's a tow vehicle.
Thanks, makes sense now, those are the last letters of international on the A board.
Does anyone know what track this is?
I'm drawing a blank right now.
What's a ute?
Don't call me Norman, call me Chubsy Ubsy
That is a great looking Anglia!
George is that Rick Steward
Even as dangerous as the San Fernando Drag Strip was, I loved watching the races at "the Pond"...[IMG]
Charlie Seabrook (Seabrook Farms & Frozen Foods)
Could that be the same Sidney Foster who raced this Funny Car
Pops Kennedy-later formed Kenne-Bell
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