The Jalopy Journal
Bitchin car for sure, love the cast wheels w/o the fake-nesium better than with.
The memories you’re making with the kids will be some of your...
Did you get a new camera? Pictures looking good, always appreciate your coverage.
And drag races to boot. A great way to spend the day. Thanks much.
Looks like a great day in the sunshine, it rained here.
Certainly a few interesting cars there, thanks.
Thanks for great coverage.
Good deal, thanks for putting them all up.
Nice coverage. Flashing back a few years with all the colorful panel paint jobs, thanks.
Beautiful location. Beautiful cars, you’re living the dream.
Woodys looking real nice.
Is Spud Miller’s place. Great magneto man to say the least as nice a guy as you’ll find. He is in Oregon.
Great photos and coverage, thanks much.
Certainly something for everyone at these big shows. Appreciate the great coverage for sure.
One A Model and a bunch of 32’s, surely there was more…
Hambalicious video for sure. Have fun.
^^^ Something other than authintic or genuwine.
Dynamite coverage as usual, always enjoy your posts. Keep ‘em up.
Beyond me but the pictures are in my profile under 1930 Coupe.
Wanted to compare differences.
Plenty of old time looking cars there, love the laid back setting too.
A literal wind screen in that 5 winder at the top of the page. Thanks for...
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No shortage of nice cars down there. Thanks.
Good question, how do I know if it’s a Mor-Drop axle? I have one that measures 49 inches and 36 1/2 inches and believe it to be one also. Could...
Another excellent stack of old photos ragtop.
Nice to see one of those big Ford motors out being used.
Retirement is great isn’t it? Certainly better now that the house is done.
What fan are you going to use, diameter and number of blades?
^^^^^ All good stuff ragtop, some of us are Still wearing white socks. haha
Kudos indeed another job well done. The essence of home built hot rods.
Lots of great pictures, appreciate you putting them all up.
Lots of neat stuff to look at both cars and trailers. What kind of motorcycle was that parked in front of the antique tractors? Thanks.
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