The Jalopy Journal
Oh wait, I know what it is. It's a Johnny Cash Mobile. Remember the song "One Piece at a Time"?
Wow, that's a great job you are doing. Being a fan of belly tank racers I'm looking forward to more.
I wonder what they said at the DMV when he applied for a license?
Wrong for this forum but fun: Lotus = Lots of trouble usually serious.
What were they named? Franz, Frantz, or something like that.
Well, you don't have far to go.
Built in timing light.
I add my dismay at this news to what others have said. I was just there last October and had a great visit. Especially liked the belly tank racer...
Agree. I worried that it had been deleted for some reason.
There was significant lost of life in the Camp Fire. I believe the count reached the low eighties or more
I made the same purchase and have found them to be of good quality. My work is generally medium to light duty and they work well at that level.
May I add to the above correct descriptions of the accident that, I believe, Hawthorne's Jaguar had disc brakes which were new that year. Stopping...
I saw that report on Autoweek. The info was attributed to the local sheriff's investigators. Apparently, a wheel collapsed after striking some...
Colonel Sanders? Or is it the other way around?
I'm not sure how to put this into perspective. Here we are talking about an accident in vintage racing where the driver is in critical condition...
Considering that the California Coastal Commission just banned vehicles from the Pismo Dunes area it is hard to image that they would allow a TROG...
You may also want to tape the fittings onto the tube. Otherwise, they slide around and interfere with your work. Actually, I flare one end then...
Recommended reading for anyone really interested* in this subject:
Cobra- Ferrari Wars 1963 - 1965, Michael L. Shoen
Original publishing date:...
Nice cars but what's with that heap in the second picture?:D
Thanks for this insight. I think that I'll spend some time trying to find some pictures of these cars.
Would that apply to the Hudson and Chevrolet as well?
Very interesting, thanks for the posting. This must have been during Fangio's sedan racing days before he moved to GP racing. Someone will pop up...
Nope, I've not heard of a three speed rear axle. The apparent ease of use is appealing when compared to the 2 speed rear axle on the 48 Dodge fire...
Oops, I meant 'latter' not 'later'.
Slicedeuce, I am not trying to hijack your posting but, may I add for clarification that the Type A and the BiMotore differ in that the later had...
Yep, but I already have it from Bob. Hi Tim, you still in Florida?
Ha, cool. Thanks.
banjeaux bob, This is a priceless photo. Is it under copywrite protection? If not I would like to copy it and post it on the Alfa Bulletin Board....
Thanks for the reply. I wasn't even close but then, it happens more and more often as I get older.
Is that a front clip off an Alfa Romeo in the play area behind your Ford?
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