The Jalopy Journal
The one in the salvage yard needs to undergo the Ian Roussel treatment like the one in these photos[ATTACH]
I voluntarily took down the post of the old dilapidated box van that started the rancor concerning what is and is not appropriate regarding HAMB...
Passed this scene going the opposite direction a week ago - thought that was a real guy under the hood - told my wife it was not unusual...
What a great directional landmark:
"It's the only barn on Dutchtown Road with ......"[ATTACH]
Ford School Bus, probably '48-'52[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Brizo, that information is much appreciated.
About 25 years ago, I bought this photo to put in my garage. I recently met someone who has the same picture, and we're trying to see if we can...
In the 1960s, the owner of this Studebaker used to drive over to visit my gearhead uncle. I used to think this was the coolest ride - this guy...
Whoa! That right there is SURELY worth saving![ATTACH]
One could haul a mobility scooter on the rear bumper of that '61 Ford.
I once owned a '54 New Yorker Wagon in about this same color. I really like the cargo area in these wagons.[ATTACH]
Dang, I had to look pretty closely at the photos to make sure I wasn't seeing the same car from different angles. The similarity in colors and...
Not what you expect to find under a Christmas tree. I guess Santa ain't a car guy, after all.
I believe that chrome "suspender" on the hood nails its Pontiac provenance.
I recall seeing these Dodge vans used as U.S. Postal Service vehicles.
My first car was a 59 Custom 300 2dr sedan bottom of the line stripper. It's all subjective, but I personally think the 60 is a MUCH better...
[ATTACH] From the Hemmings Blog - story at the attached link.
To my eye, it seems like it could be a 1951 Lincoln.
Lodi, your Suburban rocks. My dad owned a light green 49, one of the very first cars I remember. Hope you hang onto this one. I wouldn't change...
Wow! Just the vehicles on the transporter are enough to get the blood circulating.
I'm thinking the parking light lenses are longer on the 41s - is that right?
I wonder if the rear fenders might belong to the original Plymouth car. And, the bed makes me wonder if it might have come from a contemporary...
Although quite similar, this is a 1956 Studebaker Champion Pelham Wagon The grille is considerably different on the 1957 models. My dad owned...
That shed is standing like a guy that's had too much to drink.
Looks a little like a shortened front fender spear on a 1950 Oldsmobile 88, doesn't it?
Love the sound of a Mopar flat six with dual exhausts - there were a few of those around in my hometown in the mid to late '60s. A distinctive...
Pics found on the Interwebs - no info about them or what they are.
Actually, I haven't owned an antique since about 1999, the year I sold my 54 Chrysler station wagon. I'm currently working on a degree in...
Bruce, I'm in Seymour, the Sevier County section.
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