The Jalopy Journal
“Historic” registration = not “Vintage”
Citroen suspension could enable height control on one rear axle only, and set it to lift the others off when manoeuvring?
a bad example.
a good example of what a shift lens does by flexible relation to the 'film' plane ...
They were more common as a sedan, ambulance or even ute here, but by plates and trees, yes.
Thank you, really fascinating; so french in architecture but only one Peugeot …
I seriously doubt Holden’s had anything to do with many Chryslers but surely none after they had become a GM subsidiary 1924(?). Originally a...
modern tourist attraction Central Victoria, Australia
like my dad's posted earlier, at Albert Park, 1956 ... Whiteford's ? GP Talbot - Lago T26 alongside
Chico & Zeppo Marx’s 1928 Mercedes 26/180 S, while it was in front of Phil Berg’s Duesenberg
ex-army '41 to become Milthorpe Spl. '48,
and eventually John O'Niell's ' first Hot Rod type vehicle in Australia '
aren't monza photos usually running clock-wise?
Winifred Wells - worth looking up
It’s being sold by the Citroen museum - just thought it worth sharing here is all.
stance from the factory ( big&littles need not apply ) came with a reasonable likeness of a 34 radiator shell, too ...
maybe you mean Matford?
It’s not an Austin?
You can just make out the production line for the P-51 mustangs in the background
from 1948, as a four, millions in:
The photo Weis supplied to the ABC seemed to belong here - despite the Toyota ... I keep seeing similarities between days-gone-by US and...
[ATTACH] Unilever closed the Toowoomba plant today ...
Timekeeping in Germany - maybe Avus?
thanks for your efforts - a great page.
Actually that would be welcome, in my understanding of this thread (which survived my posting on p.3 a few of my dad's, who liked to say:
yes, good to see you Maggie.
reckon its 'Art's'
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