The Jalopy Journal
Thanks for sharing this adve true in history! Hot Rod forensics.
This place will never been the same, what an incredible loss. RIP Bruce.
I heard it was used as inspiration in the design of the Formula One Halo!:rolleyes:
That car is simply "Art on Wheels"! Hats off to all the talented people involved in the project.
What a great loss to the world of "Hot Rods", the HAMB and mostly to his family and friends. R.I.P.
Good luck in the new home! Looks great!
1929 Chevrolet or Holden.
I'd like to see a photo of the 1929 Chev/Holden.
Tire irons and a bead hammer. I've seen it done many times with truck tires.
Sir Malcomn Campbell.
What a great looking A coupe.
I thought they only sold Mercury cars in Canada?
Thanks for the link, sure are some wonderful rides there.
Hope everybody has a great weekend. I also want to wish my nephew (youngrodder1929)[ATTACH] good luck with his Nitro flatty powered T roadster.
Rich, my nephew knows (mid 20's)[ATTACH] , but then he even made his own heads on his, since the 90% nitro load was hard on factory heads.
It sure is.
The UK guys always seem to have a great event! Thanks for the photos.
The amazing artwork of the "World Famous, Jeff Norwell" shows up everywhere. Found this walking through the beer store.[ATTACH]
I sure like it!
I really like this, great idea!
Thanks for the great coverage everyone. Anybody know how the nitro T from Canada ran?
Hope you all have a great weekend, wish I could be there to see Davis run that nitro T!
Wow! That's beautiful!
Well it certainly found the right home!
It's parked in front of the original Mack plant in Manhattan as well. They were called International Motor Company originally.
Miller certainly has a future using a camera, he's a natural! Great pick for the HAMB award.
Unfortunately he was murdered long ago.
I love taking the ride along with you every year. Thanks.
We also have this roadside attraction in Sparwood BC.[ATTACH]
We have the world's biggest hockey stick and puck, in Duncan BC. That's up island from Victoria BC, the home of Deuce Days. It was built for...
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