The Jalopy Journal
Duncan, I am in graduate school now. My schedule can be pretty busy, but I would love to grab some coneys sometime! Weekends are usually pretty...
I did find these on the Internetz this year.
This first pic is a still shot from the movie La Bamba.
I found the second shot on...
Thanks for posting this pic, halibrandsteve!!! I haven't been able to find any real clear photos of the sides. This will help out tremendously!
Vanhaulin, yes I still have the trailer. Haven't gotten to use it much, but still plan to bring it back to its original glory. There is a local...
Does that look the same to you guys? Chime in.
Side by side.
Here's a side profile of the Marauder. Looks pretty close.
R Pope, I looked around on Google Images and think the 1964 Mercury Marauder looks pretty close, but I can't tell if the front of the skirt hooks...
I have followed Troy Trepanier's work for nearly twenty years, and during much of that time Jack Trepanier or Troy's grandfather would come up in...
It's been a while! Thanks!
Looks amazing, Ryno!
Not that I saw. But the insides still have surface rust on them. I can't check because I left the skirts in Dallas.
Hopefully someone will have an answer for this ditty.
I recently purchased a set of skirts that were labeled for "1964 Ford Galaxie 500 & XL...
That car looks super fun! Great job.
This shot is UNREAL!!!
Sniper made the biggest impression on me. The way Rad Rides melded old custom ways with modern reliability and conveniences changed my...
Happy Day, Rash!
Very cool buy. I think the front end is top notch!
I will be there fo sho.
Is that a 49 or 50?
Yay!!! That is super awesome Dave! Muchas Gracias!
Ahhahhahhaha! That reminds me of the Ray Wylie Hubbard song, "Snake Farm. It just sounds nasty."
Years ago I saw a flamed black Merc that said "Raunchy" on the rear quarters. I spotted it in Sapulpa, OK, but never saw it again. I always...
Wow! This is fabulous! I especially love the California horizon silhouetted on the decklid. The palm trees really enhance this image.
I saw that place too when I visited back in 2004. I didn't go in either, damn it.
What Doc said.
HRG, TTA, and Ron Myers... classic.
Way to go bro!
Dick, take 44 south to Tulsa. From the Will Rogers turnpike be sure to exit at "Tulsa" before it turns into Creek Turnpike (it doesn't warn you)...
Jim and Jason's gig is always a good time. I can't wait to talk to some of the old timers at more length.
Pinkees Rod Shop, Loveland CO. It's about 40 minutes north of Denver.
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