The Jalopy Journal
The roof peak on the windshield does suggest FoMoCo origin. Thanks for the detective work.
Would sure like to see the outcome of the Caddy(?) custom going on in the background.
I'm a Dapper Dan man!
Looks like a hearse/ambulance being used as a daily driver. Cool.
I have never been a fan of the cry babies myself. Then I got a bright idea! I put a wiper motor in the dolls ass & ran a short cable down each leg...
A real beauty on the back of the Caddy
Lookin' great! Keep it up & you'll be in Carnagie Hall in no time. (Practice, practice, practice)
Quite correct. Good catch.
Thanks for the pics. Really dig the COE
I remember watching these old movies in the back of the hall at the Trotter Car Shows in Columbus, Oh. as a kid. Loved 'em
Good enough, Thanks, Rootie
Sorry, drawing a blank. who drove Jim Hall's 2nd Chapperell?
a beauty. Thanks.
Is this a Cadillac? Year?
Any new news on our favorite lady?
A) are they the correct springs?
B) I used a pry bar & brute force. hook springs to hood, raise car on a lift, 2 guys hook the pry bar in the...
She's not naked, she has pearls on.
Just picked up the 51 Caddy in 2000.A great smile for an old girl by CADILLAC AL posted May 7, 2009 at 10:49 AMThe original interior with dealer...
Yeah, it's the housing I need & they are rare. But I will keep looking.
I run a 500 + TH 400 in my 51 which is otherwise stock. a real sleeper....
Looks like a fun project. What are your plans? Any idea where a guy can find a left tail light?
Great find! Let me know if you have any pieces/parts to sell. I'm just over in Albion.
Call Randy @ Pilkington Classics. (tell him Cadillac Al sent you) They have all the old NAGS books with correct measurements in them.
Dad was always a Chevy wagon man. I remember riding in every seat of his cars. I can remember a '55, '57 (bronze & white), '59, '62 (first one...
That is a hat with some history!
Thanks for the pics. My only comment is that the crowd seemed to be rather thin this year. Any idea of the car count?
Class of '70
Had a '57 Buick Special moordor hardtop
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Book 1 from 1913 - Good Condition
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An incredible inspiration.
Happy B-day Mr. Hines.
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