The Jalopy Journal
Pretty sure this is also the Prock & Howell car when it came back to the mainland. Probably close to the time that Dan Lau owned it.[ATTACH]
Yes, it's the same car. It was owned by John Lopiano.
Why is the lettering marked out on the door? Like someone did it in MS Paint.
I believe the pics of the blue coupe came from a web site that the original owners had up for a while. Contreras Bros?
I didn't see a regular web site, but he's on Facebook.
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Here's some shots. The floors and fenders in the coupes and sedans are virtually identical. If there are any differences, they would have to be...
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I think I may have found a vintage photo of your Austin on Facebook. Unfortunately no other information was given about the photo.[ATTACH]
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Steve, I've been going through some old Willys and Gasser Wars mags, and I found another old article that mentions you. Do you have any color...
Hey Steve... Remember this? Old Mid America Willys Club Gasser Gossip. I saw in an older post from earlier this year, you said it may be in...
Thanks for the info Steve.
Yeah but the black car with the red belt line was built into light blue car. It has the same 77 A/G markings and lettering below it. That's...
Steveo3377... I'm confused. You posted these pics below of a similar black 33 owned by Tom Slattery that was built into the light blue Malco car....
The build story and cut away was Rod & Custom, May of 66. Then the car was featured again in Hot Rod, March of 67, black & white article.
The spare tire was probably there for ballast. The article in the Rodder's Journal of Ohio George's 33 mentions he showed up to one of the big...
The Late Jack Merkel RIP
Note the front rims???
Nothing too unusual about the front rims. Just a Halibrand spindle mount wheel....
This was on Facebook this past week. It was Ontario George Gray in the photo, apparently reunited with his old car. It didn't imply he bought...
This car was out of the Northwest, either Oregon or Washington. It was the Bob Fox Auto car.
Here's one I've never seen before. Anyone know anything about it?[ATTACH]
Pretty sure that 1964 shot is actually Virgil Cates' car. Not OGM.
Wow, that's shocking news about Steve McGee. I hate to hear that. So many awesome cars through the years.
That PHR Nov 68 issue is definitely one of my favorites.
The Stone Woods Cook & Finders Dark Horse 33 was a glass car. As you said, it became the Traveler, but it was glass.
Nice pics of the Traveler.
The red coupe is Eddie Sanzo's 33. It ran like this at Indy in 66.
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Final price drop. Now $1,550.00.
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