The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by pro85fiero, Nov 8, 2010.
What is it? I just had a post from another H.A.M.B.'er who lives in Sparks, NV.
I don't live there but we have Hell, Michigan, and Bad Ax
There's Speed, MO, which is not too far from Bellair, MO, couple hrs from where I am.
Rapid City, South Dakota
I have heard of "Kill Devil" in, I believe, North Carolina. But "Speed" and "Bellair" as well as "Bad Ax" are cool!
my favorite is the st. name for a G-Body GM Salvage yard/towing comp. in IA... Killdeer Ave. Swaledale IA
I live near Flaherty, Ky but I have not seen a "Flaherty" on the road in
a long while !!!!!!!! LOL LOL .This is old folks attemp at being funny !!!
Tom (Tired Old Man)
Slaughter Beach, DE
Shitbritches Creek, CA
Dildo, Newfoundland, Canada
Weed, New Mexico
Truth Or Consequences, New Mexico
Santa Claus, Indiana
Gayville, South Dakota
Big Bone Lick State Park
Come By Chance, Newfoundland, Canada
Poop Creek, Oregon
Can do, North Dakota
What Cheer, Iowa
pussy creek, ohio
Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysilio gogogoch, Wales (it is real)
Coxsackie, New York
Batman, Turkey (east central Turkey)
Frog Suck, Wyoming
Lizard Lick, North Carolina
My Large Intestine, Texas
No Name, Colorado
Gays Mills, Wisconsin
French Lick, Indiana
we also have blue balls pa intercourse pa and climax pa lol
Don't forget that this is all around the corner from Bird in Hand !
I have heard of "Intercourse" and "Bird In Hand" but where in the hell is "Blue Balls" PA?
THINK OF IT, HOW MANY OF THESE NAMES WOULD BE GREAT NAMES FOR A HOT ROD!!!!!!!!!
hey Don, being from OC,... have you ever seen Central Valley, a town called Mierda, then the next exit is Los Banos? My spanglish is terrible, but I always translated mierda = shite, and Los Banos = the toilets... is that correct?
We always laugh when we pass Los Banos. Dind't know about Mierda, that's funny - it does translate to Crap or Shit, but I've never seen it.
I think you meant Madera, which does not translate to shite......it means "wood" or "timber"
There's also Ford City, Ca., in the central valley near Bakersfield....along with Weedpatch and Oildale...
I don't live far from...Hell Town..d32
Just up the road a few miles from where I live is a town called Jaywick, that name has nothing to do with cars but there is a road called Brooklands (after the pre war brick race track.) branching off this is a number of roads named after British car manufacturers ( all gone now). Below is a google map showing the road names such as BENTLEY, ALVIS, RILEY and many more. I don't know the history behind this.
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Looking at the map I just noticed the names of Lincoln and Crossley both American manufacturers.
I live on the Hudson Road in Hudson, Maine and have a 308 Hudson big six waiting to be built in my garage to go in an Essex. Does that count?
....Clear Lake Shores, TX. Lake's the color of shit after bad chilli and consistancy of phlem in several areas. No doubt the Indians that named it are rollin' in their graves.
Winfield (as in Gene), West Virginia.
Not car related, but I've always wanted to visit Gun Barrel City and Cut n Shoot.
next town over, plymouth, mass
im pretty sure blue balls is by intercourse
I'm pretty sure it is NO WHERE NEAR intercourse...
Use to work in S.C....some interesting towns were..Nine Times..Fair Play..Norway Demark..and Bamberg...d32
I think "Mindover" has hit the motherlode!
I live in Earth, Texas....when I tell people that they think I'm being a smart ass, or a really proud Texan
I certainly hope "redtracker" is kidding!
There are the towns of Slapout, Mustang and Lincoln, Oklahoma. Plus, a little wide spot in the road called Versailles.
Also in OK - Ford Creek, Lincoln County, and my favorite town name - Slaughterville.
Never been there, but I've always wanted to see "Mechanicsville", Virginia, or Georgia.
Not a place, but we have a news reporter here in Seattle by the name of Essex Porter. You've heard of the Essex, but how many knew "My Mother the Car" was a 1926 Porter?
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