The Jalopy Journal
AARP has agreed value coverage. great for a driver; must be at least age 50.
interestingly, the corvair for '69 still had the ignition switch in the dash. last year of production.
reminds me a bit of ashley judd...
was this taken at opryland?
she showed up at hef's palace when she was in her 80s and the years had made her very bitter. i remember that she wore a flannel "lumberjack"...
bettie page. never a boring post!
good god! that's gotta be madonna's mother!
i read an interview with her and she said she was a "piker" compared to some of today's "well-endowed" models!
"to please a lady," 1950. bill hickman played a crew member!
if that's a scene from "to catch a thief," that may well be the road grace died on many years later!
sterling moss. he sure could pick 'em!
first mag i ever subscribed to. you older guys know why...
crank-driven supercharger. popular in the late '50s...
steve mcqueen & jack kerouac?
what am i--chopped liver?
passenger in center pic is jayne's husband, mickey hargitay--mariska's father.
sterling hayden said, "there's not enough money in hollywood to get me in another picture with joan crawford!"
in those days, first thing a studio would do is send a starlet to a dentist for caps!
once "tailgunner" joe mccarthy got run out of town, estes kefauver made bettie his personal project!
bettie page strikes again!
watch out for that bunch!
black widow used truck brakes.
the pull tabs were great for beer-chugging contests. use the church key to open the bottom, put it on your mouth and pop the tab!
her name was virginia bell. you may not believe it, but she was a stripper!
the hydramatic came stock on 88s in 1956; 98s got the jetaway.
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