The Jalopy Journal
...in front of my camper on a really really cold morning :confused:[ATTACH]
.....in front of a friends deuce
i found this one in Norway this year, in former times a huge bus, ended up being cut behind the first seat row, used as a powerplant for a sawmill...
a really unique history on that car, so cool to listen to Arthurs memories about each detail. and hats off to the quality restoration. Enjoyed the...
yep, it IS the Ford Taunus, but the project name was Cardinal
i wonder if the wonderful painted panel truck is still alive? :rolleyes: mighty cool stuff again, thank you!
:D well said, Antti,
it took me nearly 11 years to rebuild my car, also with lots of 2 steps forward and 5 steps back, and a lot of...
".....global warming?......sunshine state?........bring us back home, dad!"
Brett, that is one damn fine mailbox! great stuff everyone, perfect start into the weekend!
cool stuff to start with! Welcome!
welcome from right of you! :)
A big pleasure to watch you work and hear you think, Qentin. Quite fantastic!
you're doing some fine custom work again, Rat, so cool!:)
and welcome from Germany! :)
Welcome Vicki! :)
Looks fantastic, Rock! you did a lot of damn fine work!
these young fellas are residents of the German democratic republik, the license plate says they are
from somewhere within the district of...
nope, Opel Kapitän, 1958, one year only, low production
Hi Quentin, that is a hell of a project, i'm sure your vision will come out greater than anybodyt thought!
what about the '39 cad?
all the best to you, Danny, i'll have a cold one on you! ;)
Per, you're flying low again
Absolutely you should!
yep, that was my question. looks nice again
cool pictures, Mark, thanks! btw, do you know the actual state of the golden Sahara?
Nice to see you back, Clayton. Your cutie is a real cutie. You will fix the T back to former glory.
What a nice collection!!!! :):):)
surrounded by all this trouble it is good to read that you already have plan B. my best wishes for your new life, i hope to read more from you.
Thank you again for these wonderful pictures, Dan, seems like a hell of an event!
your love to the detail is incredible, even at the pieces for the display is everything well thought and perfect done.just wow!
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