The Jalopy Journal
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Must have been a 2-stroke Saab. The jumping car in the picture is a newer Saab with a 4-stroke Ford V-4 engine, very popular in Scandinavian Rallies.
No, it's a Chrysler 1942.
Gevalia is a Swedish coffee brand, not German.
It's a German-made Ford 48 from about 1935 with a military bodywork. Here seems to be the situation before the final abandonment of the car.
It's a Renault Goélette, produced 1947–65.
That's what I also thought first, but I checked and found out that in the XK series only the XK150 had disc brakes. The Jag in the picture is...
It's not a Saab Sonett. This is a Saab Sonett II.
Most probably it's a kit car, those were very popular in UK.
It's a Talbot.
It's the Fiat Turbina, gas turbine powered experimental car.
Looks like a '58 Dodge to me. And a nice pipe!
I thought they were Mexican guys trying to get to the US with a very fast car!
Studebaker bus with carbon monoxide generator during WWII.
The route "Helsinki-Viborg-Moscow" is a joke, of course.
The bus is registered...
The first boat tail car?
Yes, it is an Auto Union Typ C V16 1936–37.[ATTACH]
This must be Froilan Gonzales, the one and only fat F1 driver of all times.
No lies this time, it's a Chrysler's experimental car. Le Baron built a series of five cars.
This must be about "The Grapes of Wrath" by John Steinbeck. One of the greatest novels of all times.
Yes, it's a British Ford -32. The picture is taken in Helsinki, Finland, in -37. The Volvo bus behind the Ford belongs to the Finland's...
A different painting theme, obviously inspired by American warbirds. There are 24 Jap war flags on the front fender, possibly meaning Japanese...
The Swedish police also had a Ford Woodie? (They still had the left hand traffic in the fifties but all the cars had left hand steering...
I had similar colouring on my racing Saab 900 Turbo (in the middle of the picture):
You are absolutely right, Maggie.
The Finnish Air Force chose the swastika as their sign in 1918 (or 1919) because the first aeroplane was a...
Swastika was an early Indian symbol an also used among other nations, for example Finns, long time before Hitler.
It's too easy to guess if you just pick up the address of the picture:...
Front wheel drive, I'd guess. The rear axle is so thin that it can't have drive shafts inside.
The van behind the BMW is a Renault, either Voltigeur or Goélette.
The first car designed and made in Finland, the Korvensuu 1913.
A lot of empty parking places in Helsinki 1961. Today it's different...
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