The Jalopy Journal
This was a couple of decades ago - bit it was fun at the time!
'34 chopped highboy 3-Windows and '34 full fendered roadsters do it for me.
What a great contribution to the hot rod world. I've literally read the covers off more than a couple of his books. RIP.
I always love your shots, and once again you didn't disappoint. What great coverage of both race and street hot rods.
Thanks for doing...
Rest In Peace Bob.
Praying for Bob.
As always - I absolutely love your work and coverage. Thanks for taking the time to do this.
I just can't get enough of this.
White drums = YES!!!!
Heck ya!!! Hot Rod.
Oh my - that's just so sweet!
Ti had one a 327. Plenty of power.
327, 4-71 by bonesy posted Nov 1, 2010 at 5:56 PM
Very cool. I love that it's on the street rather than a big old parking lot.
Great coverage as always! Thank you so much for sharing.
Wow thanks. I wish I was by the car while he was there. I always let kids (and otherwise) get in it etc. Thanks again!
Great write-up! I love Miller's coverage.
My gosh that's an awesome film!
What an intemidating hot rod! Wow.
I never like my old A in yellow, but here you go:
'31 Coupe by bonesy posted Nov 1, 2010 at 5:53 PM
Very cool - I'm looking forward to it.
I'm excited to go for the first time this year. I want to camp with a truck and trailer (does it fill up quickly - I wonder if I should come out...
Wow! That's sure looking great.
I dig it.
Personally I've been seeking or giving away stuff I'm just sitting on. If it's not bringing you joy, I'd move it down the road for...
Image by bonesy posted Dec 7, 2017 at 5:09 AM
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