The Jalopy Journal
I believe that was the Caballero?
Tucker_1949 by 91Bear posted Feb 19, 2016 at 10:19 AM
I found this in the San Antonio (TX) Light newspaper from March 25, 1949.
Here's a photo I took at Darryl Starbird's show in February 1980.
That looks like Ann Margret's custom Kelsen Sports Rider in the corner.
When did this happen? Henry Ford died on April 7, 1947 - the day my mom was born.
That one should work.
A story on the Tucker I saw today.
Judging by the building in the background, that photo was taken in Lampasas, Texas. I wonder if that is the same truck that belonged to...
Which Tucker was once pink and white?
115 in 1987 in my Dad's stock 1978 280Z. It was still pulling but I saw a cop up ahead on IH-10. Got back down to 55 by the time I passed him....
Is that a 1957 Skyliner Retractable? If so, that's just all kinds of wrong.
1968 Camaro RS/SS with a 396 for $7950 in 1997. Saw it on a lot in Stephenville, TX as I was passing through. Didn't have the cash and was about...
Hmmm...you don't put a SBC in a Ford. :(
My 1969 Ford F-100 was bought new by my grandpa on August 2, 1969 for $2342.71. He traded in a 1952 F1 for $125.00. It was the only new car he...
Too new for the H.A.M.B. (1969) but it's mine.
Don't forget Rodger Dodger!
Not what I was hoping for from the thread title.
Funny, how you perceive a legitimate question as a source of disrespect.
The lady doth protest too much, methinks.
The next time you ask a...
Smarg is only 16 years old.
"Totally restored" when it has a different engine, performance parts, added gauges, different interior and non-stock paint.
What's a good reflective paint to use for the old license plates?
That's a 1958 Dodge
Nice plate! KDF = "Kraft durch Freude"
1963 Ford Galaxie 500 XL ragtop R-code
1957 Ford T-bird F-code
1956 Ford Crown Victoria glasstop
1968 Camaro Z-28 convertible
I can dream,...
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