The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by TubularGoose, Oct 12, 2011.
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Packard grille known as the poor man's LaSalle grille ! The 37 Ford had the Packard grille fitted in 1948 . The body man said there weren't any in the junk yards so he had to buy this one at a Packard dealer.
"MR 800" grille...**clic pic**
1924 Chevrolet Coupe
Here's a tandem act.
Two fords, a Chevy, on a Dodge..
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This has potential to scare feeble minded people
I like this one...
My 30 roadster project with 37 Chevy grille
Jack Fuller's wall art.
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A few of mine.
Don't know, does this even qualify as a grill? One of the stranger front ends I've ever seen on a car. If I took it off I'd probably pick up a couple tenths in the quarter!
With And With Out Verticle Teeth. 1950 MONARCH
“V” for Victorious, Vicky, Valuable, Vehicle, or Vulcans… all play the part of a cool looking race car. The look, the stance, the color, a totally complete race car for everyone’s enjoyment. It is part of the So Cal lore in drag racing and continues to be part of the ongoing revival scene. "The Vulcans of Long Beach, CA."
This sedan was/is one of our favorites from the Long Beach area. Not only did it run well, look outstanding and sound good, it was also sponsored by the Joe Mailliard Speed Shop that was located several blocks, near our old, Long Beach house.
The sedan has gone through many configurations over the years and ended up with the big 671 version. They were prominently displayed at last year’s Price Transfer’s Lions Dragstrip Museum Grand Opening. The bright purple color and shiny race goodies all made it stand out from across the floor of the museum floor.
It is one fine Vicky...
Looks cleaner without the teeth, IMO.
I like 32's
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