The Jalopy Journal
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Redding, CA has been in operation since 1948
Photo by Charles Millikin, Jr.
Dean Lowe's RPU at Riverside in 67
Hey Dean, I suppose that this is a stupid question, but wondering if this is yours. I see a lot of similarities, but some notable differences...
Hugh Tucker started in 61 with a 400" Olds with 6 Strombergs. He then went to a blown 476 inch late Olds and a B&M Hydro later in 61. The hemi...
Don't believe that's the Shores & Hess Anglia. Looks like the Duncan & Shores Willys Pickup.
Definitely agree with that!
Oops...and a few more!
Here's a few early coupes & sedans with "Nose Jobs". The last one is a kick!
Photos are all by Norm Grudem
Photo by Monty Warner, scanned by Dave Edwards
One of my favorites!
Walker & Geary...or was that Geary & Walker? Depends on which side of the car you're looking at!
Looks like the enclosure on a chain drive blower.
Yes it is. This was prior to Jim Tipper buying it when it became the "Flirtin' With Disaster" car.
But of course!
Mazooma...well said! Those were great times in great places!
Not a Cheetah. Looks like...and I could easily be wrong...an Astra.
Thought the Gasser fans here might enjoy Pete Millar's take on the Gasser Wars from 1965.
Looks like this was soon after the first blown SBC was put in the car. This was the first ever Anglia with a blower motor (thank goodness for...
You are absolutely right!
Here's another shot of the same car
Here's a couple more 62 Plymouths for you. The white one belonged to a friend in 63-64, the blue one is the forerunner of the "Half-Breed"...
Bob, a 62 Plymouth looks exactly like the first photo in the batch you posted!
Have him shoot me an email, would you please.
How are YOU doing these days?
Cool movies Dawn! Love Gene's car.
Geez...wish we'd had tires that big for A/GS in the 60's!
What the heck...everything's on the wrong side there, anyway!
And here you are at Thompson in 2002.
Only one I have is the re-creation of his Gasser that he built in 2003. Hope it helps.
Don't remember if this has been posted here before or not, but it is pretty cool...even if I don't speak French! Shot on October 19, 1966.
Why is that "off-topic"? Isn't this "Drag cars in motion? Seems perfectly on-topic to me.
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