The Jalopy Journal
Anyone know what that thing is next to the driveshaft?[ATTACH]
[ATTACH] 1924/10/02 to 12, XIXe Salon de l'Automobile, Grand Palais, Paris. At the Alfa Romeo Stand #86, was shown from October 7, the 8C P2 #10...
On this day 1920 Gaston Chevrolet died at Beverley Hills when he tangled with the Duesenberg of Eddie O'Donnell. Lyall Jolls, O'Donnell's riding...
Interesting set of tires on Franz Hörner's Benz 82 / 200HP[ATTACH]
1907 Targa Florio
Dureste (top, 14th) and Paul Faure (bottom, 29th) on Gobron Brillie; the Lorraine Dietrich car of Gabriel (6th) and Duray (4th)...
One for Bob 37 kid[ATTACH]
Baron Pierre de Caters
Ralph Hepburn and Bud Winfield's masterpiece.[ATTACH]
Did someone mention holy grail
Charles, that image without a caption can be found in Wagner's book 'Saga of the Roaring Road'.
If i was to guess, it could be Spencer Wishart's...
A very good read on yet another famous Bugatti by Michael Müller with a touch up or three by an esteemed member of this group. :rolleyes:...
Tazio was brilliant at Monza[ATTACH] '38
1923 Le Mans
Photo colorized by Francois Rossi
Merry Christmas everyone!!
Apparently Mark Walker has cast new blocks. Hopefully we'll see the Darracq back on track in the not too distant future.[ATTACH]
I did check Michael's notes but didn't see an actual photo to debunk my suspicions.
Nice story about Bill Castle. Thanks for sharing.
Curious to know if this is the surviving TNT Miller?
Does anyone know the name of Cedrino's mechanic at the 1908 Daytona-Ormond Speed Trials?
Gaston Chevrolet and John Bresnahan
It's the month of May and you guys are bitching over a petty first world problem!!
Johann Puch and Ferdinand Lanner behind the wheel of a 4 liter Puch racing car, designed by Karl Slevogt after winning a race in Trieste.[ATTACH]
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