The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by roseville carl, Jun 3, 2018.
Great pics B&B . Really have to wonder how that little Standard Flying Eight found it,s way to the U.S.A. I had two of those about 20 years ago. Smaller than an Anglia. More like a Fiat Topolino. What i really liked about the Flying 8 was no roof gutters but instead that little swageline that went all around the side window and roof edge. Looks like someone ran out of blue paint.
very Cool - Thanks
A special thanks to Curt Holteen for taking the pictures and helping me this weekend, and of course a very special thanks to my Crew Chief Extraordinaire Jack Davis for all the help.................
Eagle Field Looks amazing
its the most fun you can have with your clothes on Kjell
Great pics., Carl.
Great pics.. I liked the 38 standard coupe and of course the redhead....
Eagle field is totally on the top of my bucket list of places to race.
Great shots Carl. Thank you for taking the time to post them for us.
Great pictures! Thank you for showing. I had high hopes of making out there and running the 57 but it didn't work out. In had been waiting to see pictures of this event!!!
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Thanks for sharing the diverse array of interesting go fast @roseville carl
And the winner of the first Flathead/6cyl Clash is.......Ron Bowers, here getting trophy from Dick Sappington runner up
What year does this remind you of???????
come see it every year at Eagle................
Just a big THANK YOU.
Bloody fantastic. Wish I could bring my HAMBster over to race there. Our Nostalgia type days over here are disappearing up their own backsides. All you hear is "I'd build one to race but the wife won't let me" or the excuse that pissed me off, "I can't afford to build a racecar because I promised to take the family, including the sponging kids and their partners to Bali next year".
Great pictures Carl. Always good to see you there...nice push truck n rail
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