The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Boden, Oct 15, 2019.
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Kinda partial to my 409 powered 38 Chevy coupe
back in the day..60s.. i had a 59 ford gasser but to big and heavy so i switched to a rail my gasser / altered street car is now is an austin healy with a big block chevy
Gotta be Mike Melina (unsure if i spelled that correctly) it's all about the show baby!
Hard to beat a '55 that's well done !
Mad Mike Molea from Grants Pass Oregon races a "Nostalgia" 33 Willys AA/Gasser.
I don't remember the owner of the green '56's name but I've seen him at the Meltdown a half-dozen times. I think he's a retired Chicago cop. Drives it like he stole it!
Traveler is my all time favorite classic. The perfect gasser.
I can't spell his last name but yeah he's from Chicago/ Gary Indiana area. He's always at the NHRA hot rod reunion. 496/4 speed, blast to watch him run!
But you can't resist a sweet old school 53 Ford! Or a... 55 Chevy? Lol
Mike Bilina is how you spell it
Yea. Belina. And he was a cop. Bet he did not drive like that while on duty. LOL.
Gene's willys, a real historic gasser.
33 willys with a SOHC. Wicked!
Don Moyer's car is one of my favorites. AMC powered.
Since I have 2 years invested in it I would have to say my Morris Minor. If I didn't have it I would want a Willys coupe. My old Plymouth/ Willys .
Fantastic thread really enjoying the photos.
Ralph Poirier's 37 Chevy with injected Olds and hydro. Perfect!!!
Digging these two !
...I like em all!...these all from 2015 Meltdown...
Ohio George's " Worlds Wildest Willys" always rules! As well as Big Johns Willys, and Corvette and any SW&C's car except the last Willys that they sectioned the bottom off. But any body style done in pre 67 style is cool, even though I came of age in the street freak late 60's/ 70's and like those a lot they are not Gasser's ! And Jeff Jacobs SkairLane is the best modern day version of a gasser out there!!! Larry
You can build a lot of cars in many different ways, but i honestly believe that any car with a straight axle is sexy! Seems like every car i look at, i imagine what it would look like as a gasser
I like this one
Anyone have pictures of Dave DeYoung's H/G '52 Chevy? Another favorite of mine.
Raise you a few
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