The Jalopy Journal
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Pretty sure that's Wilma Rudolph standing next to the two tone blue Oldsmobile.
Vic Potamkin Chevrolet. South Broad st, Philadelphia Pa.
The shot has been photoshopped. The background of the Cotton Club is real. The musicians and car are inserted, reversed, and very modern. I play...
The Packard gasser is Dave Koffel's Flintstone Flyer out of Ohio.
On the right is CBS television's Studio 50. If this was shot on Sunday they're inside putting together the acts for the Ed Sullivan Show which...
Yeah, and I'm sure he took your advice and never left New Orleans.
The ll sticker is a state inspection sticker indicating the eleventh month of the year - meaning Mr Domino's Caddy is due for state inspection in...
Entering the boardwalk in Atlantic City, NJ. Looks like my old street, New Hampshire ave, which ended at the ocean. Pacific ave on the left.
Home of many many smash hit records. Sonny and Cher, Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys, The Monkees, Phil Spector, Hal Blaine and the Wrecking Crew,...
Atlantic City, NJ. These Jitneys ran the length of AC on Pacific avenue, then east on New Hampshire ave and back again. The ride cost 25c at the...
I'm pretty sure this is Wilma Rudolph.
That's world light heavyweight boxing champion Archie Moore behind the wheel. After boxing he went on to become a successful actor.
New York City sure isn't as pretty as some of the other places depicted in this thread. But living there will surely teach you a great lesson in...
That's Billy Kyle, Louis' pianist. Billy was originally from my hometown, Philadelphia, Pa.
Yes it is. And that looks like Ernie Banks standing to the far right.
Now we know where Wile E Coyote gets his cars from.
Our house was right down the street from this place. Atlantic City, NJ
Beat me to it!
If you're from New Jersey and have been around a while you'll recognize the big Chrysler troop car as a "Gray Ghost." NJSP used these on the high...
Jackie Robinson and family.
Looks like a rear bumper mounted to the front of the van. I don't see a rear bumper on the van, so maybe it was done for transport purposes?
Looks like Groucho.
Keenan Motors, North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa. By 1964 or 65 it was selling MG's and Austin Healey. I'm pretty sure the building still stands.
Yes, Buster Couch manning the starter's flag - er -button.
The Crawford Grill was Pittsburgh's top jazz spot for many years. Moved to a larger location sometime after this picture was taken. I believe it...
Jazz piano great Earl "Fatha" Hines.
You are certainly welcome. At this point I feel that you own the ex Shallcross Brothers coupe. That was one quick and good looking car. Glad I...
Charlie's family owned Seabrook Farms, early innovators in frozen vegetables. Pretty sure Charlie was out of Bridgeton, NJ.
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