The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by monsterflake, Apr 28, 2009.
My Birds together.
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old gold i would love to see more pictures of your 57
the good... the bad and the ugly... Our family rides. The old coupe has a 455 Pontiac motor.
I'll get put some in my album soon. I'm reluctant to post a build thread because it's a bit O.T. with the bags and patinad paint I guess.
Seeing as how this thread has resurfaced, I'll add a little to it....
My old '50 and the Pontiac Coffee Shop in Springdale, Ar..
E-Bay Lemans, DONE!
My 55 .......................
Well it looks like a lot of this thread is OT, so here is my 69 Custom S, painted in my driveway
Here's a couple pics of my Pontiacs. Working on the 64 and 69 I bought when I was 17, many years ago. Pontiacs Rule!
Not typical but I hope you accept it. This is my '63 Catalina that I'm building right now. Always loved the Street Freak look.
well seems like this thread is ot and im going to do a little reminiscing..
my old 69 GTO and my 66 bonneville.. i miss those cars.
i did this one is a stealth bomber themed emblems here and there.
that's awesome! are you gonna open up the wheel wells?
Heres my beater 64 Laurentian orig 283 & glide updated brakes to powerdisc and 3 inch drop springs,
Monsterflake. I'm building full frame rails that will narrow the rear frame width so I can get these tire/wheels under car, then I'll decide whether I want to cut any outer sheet metal. I'm leaning very far away from cutting them though. The cars style is just too boxy for a round cut, so if I did I would take the original wheelwell patten and just move it up. More like the '68 hemi darts had. More squared. But I like the original lines so I'll probably keep the tires under. We'll know better as the build goes on. Mark L
from the los angeles craigslist, a 'brass hat' bonneville wagon with a SHITLOAD of options... http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/cto/1893366459.html
Holy Crap! That is nice! But I don't know if it is $32,500 nice or not.
another ebay bonneville. 4 bbl, 3 speed on the column...
Here's mine, flat head 6, with 3 on the tree.
Twotoejoe. Our wedding present was a '65 Bonnie wagon of my father-in-laws. We were married in 1971 and he was a newly retired carpenter. He used it as a tool hauler for work but kept it in perfect shape. I was 19 and could not quite see myself driving a Bonnie wagon but I used it to trade in on an off the floor 1972 Trans Am. So it turned out to be the perfect gift. Now I wished I had it back. (Actually both cars, heh). Your '62 is beautiful. Mark L
Figured someone here would know what this hood came off of? It was found in the "back 40" of my property.
looks like 1960 poncho
Here is my uncles VERY rare Judge. This is one of two 70 Judges that left the factory with a 2 tone painted scheme (special ordered). He's had the car since day 1. This one is a RA III / auto and red interior. The other was just the opposite- red lower,white upper RA III/ 3 spd manual trans.
stolen from harm's way autorama thread, check out the big cars down front!
my 55 poncho...
ha cool, this is at vintage torque fest on the track... with my knuckle head son !
Did I ever mention what a nice avatar you have?
Here's my '57 Tripower/Stick
1975 Firebird Esprit. 350 w/4 speed. 13K original miles!
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