The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57 Corvette ~ Bob, Mar 11, 2021.
The '3 Stans' Lake Gairdner, Monday (pencil on paper)
Hey gang! Omaha World of Wheels is this weekend. I did a showboard for a buddy and his '64 Falcon. I'll post it Friday proper... For now...
As seen on Instagram...
I didn’t know if everyone could post here but I’ll delete it if I’m not welcome.
Skickat från min iPhone med H.A.M.B.
Rolling Bones, French Chapter.
Two Hot Rodding icons! Licensed Ed Roth artist Hobo’s Hot Rod Garage for all you bead rolling needs!
Blown at least.
Very, very nice!
... "In Her Dreams"...
Adriance Applicance FED: George Adriance
When we were at Riverside Raceway in December of 1959, a Chassis Research FED was sounding pretty good and making some strong runs.
Adriance Appliance Special: Riverside pits
But, when we got back to our own local Lion’s Dragstrip, we were able to capture on film, a race between the red scoop blown Hemi FED of Adriance Appliance versus the Worlds Fastest Chevy FED in a heated elimination race, too.
The combined film shows the close up in the Riverside pits and then a powerful run against the world’s fastest Chevy powered FED at Lion’s Dragstrip.
Adriance Appliance Riverside + Lions
Other mention of the original Adriance Appliance Hemi FED in the Drag News paper:
“Accelerating to 132 miles per hour, Lechien was much faster than Adriance himself, so, when Adriance commissioned a new Adriance Appliance Top Gas Dragster from Scotty Fenn’s Chassis Research Emporium, Lechien got the ride and drove the car to 173.07 miles per hour at Colton Dragstrip, unofficially breaking what at the time was the world record for the class.”
Adriance Appliance at Lions 1959-60
Adriance Appliance vs Tommy Ivo...1960
1960 Bakersfield Ivo wheelie VS. Adriance Appliance FED
Cool star, an oldie .
9B612189-93B0-492B-837A-8704729C6849 by edcodesign posted Jul 2, 2020 at 7:38 PM
If Ratfink was a SeaBee.
...another Friday already...time flies,...here's a real quikie...
Whammy! The wheels may not be kosher HAMB but this ‘64 Falcon’s history is. The guy bought it in the 80’s and was the second owner. It was a beater but over the decades he poured his heart and skills into this.
A good freind of mine bought this 54' earlier this week. He sent me this picture, I played with the exposure and saturation a bit. And this is what I came up with
Had a go at Mr. Horsepower.
Your definitely welcome emil. In fact please post more !!!
As far as Rat Fink styling goes, this is way over the top for me, but it sure
is wild and I'd say you did a great job of it.
Moose, that Willys scene is fantastic. You nail it weekly but this one really grabbed me.
Mark, you couldn't ask for a simpler drawing but the grille detail is awesome. That'd
be a nice piece of artwork on someone's wall.
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