The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by trollst, Dec 17, 2020.
Well, I could drive it, but I don't think I will.
This car gets salty. I don't sweat it.
no. it's cold in the snow.
This is the only part on my car that has ever seen snow.
drove it out.
There' snow...and then there fucking snow. We got 40 inches last night. I can't even get out of my front door
How you gonna get the milk and bread???
What is snow? Close as we get is AM fog
Methinks snow might be something that people photoshop in... don't get much of it Down Under.
Never have to shovel the sunshine out of my driveway .
I like it. Nice truck. Keep it away from the snow!
Who You Callin A Scardey Cat?...
If I was home while light out I would have. Go to work in the dark and go home in the dark.
no window in the driver door...not as much fun as my T Bucket was but still...a handful yesterday.
From last February. You going to a show for a new shop opening up
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And anyone can pull em out of the garage and take pics...who actually drives? I’ve driven all my old cars in the snow....if it was good enough back when they were new, it’s good enough now.
How bout rustic (no electric, water) camping in Michigan’s UP during prime snowstorm season in a camper from 1958?
never been in the snow in my entire life. I saw it on the side of the road once driving over Mt Shasta. looked cold. didn't stop.
Snow all melted here, but lots in the mountains around us...been a weird winter so far.
Come on, a quick trip into town will put a smile on your face that should last until the end of February (then do it again)!
I got no heat in it, might have to break down and put a heater in it, only got six on the shelf. Been driving it, right up till the snow hit, but somehow with snow on the ground it seems colder, although its not.
It's not the snow that stops me, its the damned brine they've started using, my duramax is really showing it, it binds to surfaces, after washing my 3/4 ton's paint feels like sandpaper, and its really hard to get that crap off. Brake lines take a beating too.
Posted by the Professor over on the Barn. Driving his '47 in a blizzard.
Mine before it got tucked away for winter.
And for what it is worth, I couldn't back up that slight incline in that 1-2 inches of snow. It has zero traction in snow, but will barely spin the tires on pavement...only hooks.
I don't have to push mine out in the snow, it lives outside, in the snow, rain, and sunshine. Its dark out now or I would take a picture. I guess you will just have to look at my avatar pic. Gene
Living here you can't help but get your cars in the snow, cut a few doughnuts, a few sideways corners and if you have slicks on you just hope you can get it to move at all ha ha ha
The 41, loaded in the snow but tarped for salt safety
The Henry J
And these are all different years, just looks like the same ol same ol
Pushed out a few years ago. Still a pusher today.
Not a problem in snow or cold. Tough old truck.
You guys who live snow free would have a helluva time in snow and cold up my way...lol
On foot patrols tonight in snow and windy cold out...but Im tough...lol
It's getting the beer and cigars that I'm worried about
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