The Jalopy Journal
Ward brothers Ford Popular [ Anglia] sedan delivery
Called "American Pie"
Flathead powered Model A Roadster Pickup racing an Austin Wesminister
Spring Street Tauranga. 1940's
This one is Not a fake
yep! [the Jan 1959 date on the photo was a nice touch]
these are more period correct than the "prop" cars from a 1973 movie set that car people...
That option needs this to compliment it. :D
Here's another photo I have of Alan Edwards' Corvette [different paint scheme, but same sponsor]
No ,but this "is off the rails"
Let's see if you can criticise this one?
Jim, .....those cars absolutely belong here because of provenance
whereas one of those Miami Vice "Ferrari Daytona Spyder" replicas built on a...
Yes, as long as the load on them is the same.
I posted the last photo here earlier on. [Here is the sequence of three]
Please excuse the poor photo quality.
Roger Murray getting some serious...
Same car again, but different paint job [even the side pipes have a flame paint job]
This photo is the same car after it was restored [...
Alan Edwards' Corvette, moments after blast-off.
Alan Edwards' Corvette [this is the same car viewed from the inside Post #3781]
Graham Mitchell #10 Gloucester Park
Down our way we also had "Coke is the Real Thing" advertising .
And Aussie singer Russell Morris produced this psychedelic song "the real thing"...
Aussie visitor Dave Gale in NZ
Doing a burnout with the help of a crew member [I think this is now a banned practice]
Circa 1920. Stage and film actress Grace Valentine and her Packard Twin Six roadster
I posted this earlier.
Front suspension failure on Colin Stuart's altered. [This car is the ex Dave McDougal "Gnome mobile"]
here's the sequence...
Built by Gary Sword and Peter Barnett [NZ]
The car in the Far lane is Aussie Fred Harrop.[Brilliant engineer, who now builds Aussie V8 Supercar Components]
This is the same T Bucket in post # 305 [at the same show in Wellington]
[Somebody must've been leaning on that 67 Camaro to take this photo]...
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