The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by KING CHASSIS, Jan 1, 2011.
posted by pasojohn in the custom blues thread.
That ^^^^^ is a try out LOL. Just got a new computer and it came with windows 10
I would rather change the spark plugs in a Cobrajet Mustang that came in off a high speed run down the expressway and was smoking hot than use that @#E$%^ windows 10.
So bear with me while I work with that piece of crap................
That's a cock strong picture.
Chip Baney--ran various gas classes from C on down through E (at least)
I think I have posted this one before with the story behind it and Macdonalds but can't remember which thread.
The best part about my Corvette Hotrod today
posted by swi66 in the vintage thread
Red Light Bandit
Thank you, Thank you
I would like to thank the man who made this possible. That would be my dad who bought this car in 76.
Bill Bagshaw--read about him and how the name came about here; https://www.hotrod.com/articles/bill-bagshaw-and-his-crimson-cabal/
Getting a little go juice today. Ethan and I out running around
Nice car my man.
Bagshaw's '57 was one of the best. It ran as well as it looked!
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A little better.
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Charlie Bryant - Pikes Peak - 1960
Driven by John Fitch and Bob Grossman at Le Mans 1960.
and parked behind the Lemans 60 is the famous Purple People eater driven to
a SCCA championship by Jim Jeffords in 1959. Cool historical cars for sure.
I could dig having this in my driveway even if it never ran.
It reminds me so much of the early 'vettes I'd see around
Chicagoland in the '60s and early '70s waiting for some action.
Line em up...
2% front axle car?
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