The Jalopy Journal
That car has had some good owners.
The modern visual aid! I remember when they would use a pack of Lucky Strikes to show how low a car was.
Fifteen enjoyable minutes for Junior Stock fans.
Thanks for the quick reply.
I've seen the tribute car to the Jolly Green Giant in video coverage of this years Tri-Five Nats. Excellent job whether by the Gunning Brothers or...
Rest in Peace
Thanks for sharing, Enloe.
Anybody that drives slower than me is a menace and anybody that drives faster than me is a lunatic. I think that about covers it.
Is that a Schmidt's beer keg shift knob I see? My buddies and I drank a lot of that back in our "Connoisseur Days". :D
You West Coast racers sure weren't averse to a long tow, especially with the equipment of the day. True devotion! The last time I was at a bigger...
I came across this the other day. It is 2 hours long but worth spreading out over a few sessions. These are home movies (silent) from the late...
So sorry to hear this. I hope you can find the strength and guidance to deal with your loss. God speed.
I've often wondered how many '55 two door sedans changed hands in the Sixties due to draft notices. I know mine did. The guy that bought it had...
Great job! Good music too. Thanks for the trip back in time.
Just received my 2020 TRJ Holiday catalog. Was postmarked from Lancaster,Pa., which is an hour's drive from here. Three months to travel less than...
Thanks for posting. Great video and a hoot listening to the commentators.
Indiana has some straiiggghht roads!! Around here, a ride around the block would be a much shorter video. Great car, can't wait to see you...
Nosed and decked, vertical side trim removed, '56 Buick tail lenses, whitewalls, Olds or Dodge flippers, '57Corvette grille, wagon rear bumper,...
Saw this at Indy Goodguys years ago. While in the pits it had a large Acme rocket on the roof and an Acme anvil attached to the back bumper of the...
Called Hot Rod about not receiving June issue. They said it was mailed on the 20th. We shall see.
Mine arrived today in good shape.
The first piece of speed equipment I ever bought was a Foxcraft shifter for my '55 Chevy. Shortly thereafter I made my second speed equipment...
Nothing here yet. Still haven't gotten the latest Hot Rod yet either.
That's some pretty good flying there!
Much more fun to watch than current NHRA coverage of nothing but Pro classes. Thanks.
That was better than Al Capone's vault!
Drive to the track, open the cutouts and put the cheater slicks on. The good old days.
Can't help with the Midwest but they made it to the East Coast. Got mine in Pa about a week ago.
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