The Jalopy Journal
Hi all, for the life of me, I can’t figure out how to remove the wires nd replace them for detailing. What am I missing???? Thanks to all in advance
So your feelings are hurt, we should just let incorrect information? Grow up.
I believe that Zephyr ad was from 1936 or 1937, not 1942. Not sure how much of a price difference it would make but in 2016 dollars, under $20K...
REAL Stock cars, not the tube-framed plastic billboards of today!
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What could go wrong here?????
Carb is probably iced up
Not sure which one looks better
Early post-war Lincoln Continental
Midway Airport and yes they do land that close to the rooftops. Always freaks people out that have not landed there before. It's also only about...
I love that shot above!!
Now that's a classy shot!!
Got it, thank you sir.
All the same girl????
Sadly yes! It was a '40. :(
I'm sure by now some hot rodder would have mutilated it anyway
That car is a test "mule" taken just before the 1956 introduction of the Lincoln Mark II, probably the summer of 1955. It was taken near the Ford...
I've been told this car might still exist somewhere in Ohio, anyone ever seen one like it?? It's a 1970 Ford XL with tu-tone paint and bucket...
Not unless the picture is over 100 years old!!!!:eek:
Yes, VERY creepy!
For God's sake don't scratch that wood paneling - irreplaceable! :(
Could this be my current truck???? Remnants of the tri-angle angle iron attatched near the tailgate are on my truck as well, was that a common...
Can anyone open the pictures posted ny T-head? I cannot - not one.
Hey, watch that hand, buddy!
Went through this last year on my '39 1/2 Ton that I bought WITH a clean signed signed MI title and a Bill of Sale. My embarrassing State said...
Does not it say it all, right there? THAT'S living!
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