The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by lurker mick, May 22, 2018.
Real deal cardboard piece displayed with car during indoor show circuit during off-season.
Sign me up for one of those $3000 Biscaynes. With a 3.73 Posi. Skip the heater and radio.
Obligatory '57 Chevy advertisement.
Imagine a dealership advertising a car nowadays as a 'Street Racer's Special'.
1948 and 1949 HOT RODS
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Not a catalog, but a cool old boys book from 1926.
Some more of my stuff.
Ab’s son, Marv, signed this for me in 1999.
The new Hemi 20 pages of details and of course some ad hype too.
Mike Martens was the first to market Deuce repro rails, his were fabricated, not stamped but he was the first.
Brown Mold, IIRC it was John Brown, was first to introduce a commercially available 'glass Deuce Roadster. Steve Archer in the S.F. Bay Area came out with one a short time later.
From the days of "Send 10 cents for..."
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