The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Preacher, Jun 15, 2007.
I thought that this would be a cool tag for a BBC powered 32 but NJ won't allow it.
We've got a set of NJ plates from around '78 from my dad's Superbird, before he sold it. Post pictures later today maybe?
These will go on my '41 Chevy pickup.
1932 texas dealer
Here's an in-use 1934 MN Truck plate...
And a special political plate restored...
Says it all for me!
i like the white walls aswell, i cant get away with stockies on my VZ, cops just love a P-plater with stockies...
Michigan 1948 Divco Milk truck with a 502 BBC
This is for the rear view mirror
couldn't take the cell phone pic ... but i saw
I thought it stood for firm girl until i saw your id name.
I dont have a pic but mine say OLDJUNK...
I run this one on my coupe. In the 45 years that I have owned it, it always has had a 1940 plate of some sort on it.
My 'vette plate was "LUCIFR6" My favorite plate sighting was on a white late model full size Bronco.. "NOT OJ"
My blown 540 cube bucket has AA/FA.
Only other car it may go onto is my Fiat Topolino if I ever make progress on it.
...a buddy has a 39 Chevy coupe, found this random 39 plate, and tricked it out for his car. This is so cool.
May be cool in Illinois, but illegal in Virginia.
Obviously influenced by the movie Risky Business...read the frame.
1959 Cadillac GOT FINS
1964 Cadillac Limo 22 FOOTER
1951 Plymouth JALOPEY
1965 Chevy Station Wagon NOT MOMZ
1965 Ford Pick up (with a 3 on the tree) 3ONDTREE
1968 Camaro RAT FINK
1961 Cadillac Convertible RADILLAC
'55 Chevy Gasser
Wonder if the misspelling of "jalopy" was intentional.
jalopy was taken...
Any Little Feat fans here? This is from one of my old rides:
Here's a picture of our 1936 late model Chevrolet "Low Cab" pickup.
Thanks for bringing back an old favourite thread.
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