The Jalopy Journal
60's? Crager SS's. '50s? Halibrands.
Shriner's parade vehicle?
That a lot better than any Mustang. It's good to see it out.
Man, tough choice. I gotta go with the Avanti.
I've been reading it too. It's being done by Leigh Dorrington and is excellent.
1958 Buicks really ring my bell, so do Mercury Turnpike Cruisers.
Great story! Keep us updated on the '23 T.
I'm thinking Henry J too.
My thanks. Very cool car.
I had no idea anybody ever raced one. Anybody know anything about the car's history?
I'm with Grundy.
Hey! I found the needle!
I bet it was hard to sneak up on folks a a "sleeper" with that chute.
Congrats. That is a sweet find. Enjoy.
lol. I would have figured a dog that size would sound like more like a V-8.
Godspeed. Please don't push yourself too hard. Sometimes it's ok just to sit back and look at em. lol.
Hello. Beech Grove guy here.
Gone already huh? The Power of H.A.M.B..
He** yeah! Shoot it. Sounds like you're going to be under the eye of just the right guy.
I used to have one. It was a Matchbox car, but I had one. Leave it be. It has the distinction of being both rare and cool.
Funny how the numbers start going the other way when stories are about how much they sold a car for.
Just like the Cox model I built as a kid.
We had a Kurtis 500S at our 2011 Beech grove, Indiana car show in this same color combination although with a SBC instead of a DeSoto.
At least they didn't spill it on the car.
Well, it certainly foreshadowed the "63 Vette didn't it?
I take it there wasn't a Mrs. Burgarin.
What did "Brown" do to you?
It looks to sweet to part out. And you still have the flathead out of the '34 to go with it, right?
(Sigh) Wish I was.
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