The Jalopy Journal
How do you and your insurance company feel about buying us a new bridge ?
I think roll bars were required starting in 1957.
Thank you for posting. I thought about it but wasn't sure if it was appropriate for the HAMB.
Don built great cars. As someone said " I don't...
RIP Ralphie " The Racer "Ligouri
I would imagine that gear ratio thing was probably some thing like the relationship Dizz Wilson and Johnnie White had over chassis set ups.
Would give a whole new meaning to the term haulin ass
Lucas refrigerators - the reason Brits drink warm beer.
Guy on Weyer's left may be Innes Ireland
The guy pushing behind the right rear looks a bit like Chickie Hiroshima.
As for this...water?...you speak of, I've tried it. I found it to be a sobering experience and much over rated.
Reminds me of a line from W. C....
Is it possible we could skip the " pics or it didn't happen " mandate on this one ?
One in the same
In the area where I lived years ago one of the lines used on classified ads was " spare tire has never been on the ground " which I assumed was...
Go back to post 7913 a couple pages back.
That is Kenny Weld.
Weld Wheels was his brother Greg.
Is that a young Frankie Schnieder ?
Friday : 25 / 18 17 mph wind
Sat : 32 / 20 11 mph wind
Sun : 43 / 40 12 mph wind
Doesn't look like rain / snow will be a problem.
I'm not sure Richie Evans ever drove a super - I don't remember reading of it, but he was killed in a modified at Martinsville, Virginia in 1985.
The shots of the Hell Drivers look at have been taken at the old Florida State Fairgrounds at Tampa - Plant Field.
Since you got the car in Minnesota, you might try contacting the IMCA Old Timers group to see if anyone in that group might have any info. They...
Emmett Hahn ?
When you are asking around ask for the hubs from a tapered rear end not a splined rear.
Google " mongoose indy car "
Might as well, It's probably too cold to play golf.
I remember reading in one of the magazines that Ford was having trouble with windshields cracking in practice so new ones were made and hand...
That may be an Essex frame. In the pre-WW II era there was an automotive chassis that was popular with circle track builders that looked similar...
Actually, the hearse was a Packard. There were no Lincoln hearses available so a Packard was brought in from out of state so Henry would not have...
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