The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Royalshifter, Dec 12, 2007.
Is this Jungle Jim?
yup, JJ it is
The money garnared from the sale of Psycho 1 allowed for Snodgrass and Mahnken to fund for their second effort, Psycho II, which was Gas Ronda's 66 Mustang
Who, or what, is in the drivers seat? And, is that JJ standing behind the wreck in the yellow shirt? Sure looks like him, but with shorter hair and minuse the sideburns. Butch/56sedandelivery.
I'd say its the parachute thats been packed into the drivers seat Butch.
I never knew that Bill Martin series of Chevy fuelrs reached this level of sophistication. Was this late 66 or so?
Since we are on the subject of JJ's 392 powered Nova, how did teen age driver Marc Susman come into play? Wasnt he tutored by JJ? I recall him surfacing breifly in 1970, only to disappear as quickly.
This was Rusty Dellings car. He drove for Marv Eldridge and his Fiberglass Trends and then the Mister T Corvette, after he sustained a career ending crash at Lions
The Corvair looks like the old Seaton's Shaker. I would love to have and restore that car.
Good Eye. Sure looks like Jungle Jim and he did have a red Nova F/C
Man, I love everything about this thing!
Speaking of Fontana...Bob Davis' 396/Chev...1966
^^^^That's Cool Mazooma^^^^
that name really fit that ride..... definently giant...
Have any idea what year this picture was shot??
not my photo, but I'll go with 66-67...Cragars were hot then
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