The Jalopy Journal
Frank Bullitt's dad. Cue the Lalo Schifrin chase score.
Uh...I'll pass on the scratched hoods or dented roof Mustangs.
Definitely NOT Mrs. Cleaver.
Yeah. The most famous part of GM&O ran from Chicago to Mobile, AL originally. To Kansas City early on.
Does anyone know this location?
Me in 1963: "Nice looking Packa...WHOA...is that a Sting Ray back there!"
Nice. This would make one heck of a car show this summer!
Who is the girl with Lt. Frank Bullitt?
Fawlty Towers was brilliantly funny. Maybe a few weeping willow branches will beat some sense into that 1100!
Great post! "No really. I can pack the car. Remember your hernia you told me about yesterday."
Love the yearbook posts! A little envious of those who got chosen to be a part of those shoots.
Not sure what we are seeing here. I think that's Porsche factory-trained mechanic, Rolf Wütherich on the ground. Jimmy and Rolf went in same...
Well said. Thanks!
I have to agree. There are many threads here that can focus on any automobile segment or type of car activity. Vintage shots from days gone by...
Maybe the original intent was "vintage shots" (about vehicles) "from days gone by." Seems anything on wheels would be appropriate or at least have...
Great looking Starliner! Fascinated by the clever 1-year design. One would expect that chrome vertical strip running up and over the front to...
That makes more sense. Thanks!
Ah, yes! My dad and I frequented Mr. Quick in Bloomington, IL
Did Lawrence Welk buy his entertainers these cars or is this just a Dodge sponsor promo? Anybody know?
Sorry, I was thinking from the Union Pacific train depot. Did not see the bus depot sign!
Love this! Nice post. Was this taken from the Union Depot?
Judging by the bare, exposed rim around the lake, it appears there is LESS water in the current photo.
Cool. I still have a briefcase just like this one only mine is filled with air. That is one big i-Pad!
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