The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Bigcheese327, Dec 4, 2007.
Both are doing a remarkable job.
I've been following that Jappic build and his attention to detail is amazing.
I am utterly in love with the 1947 FHB. In fact, it's giving me terrible ideas about my Royal Enfield Bullet 500..
Wouldn't it be great to find that car in a barn!!!
Man that thing is wicked cool, looks like he's pretty careful to keep his elbows tucked in to avoid tire rash haha.
via L.S.....poster on offer through ebay
do you have an ebay link Bob
Sorry, it has been sold.
Will a one piece 1914 SAXON hood fit in the back of my wife's car? She'll never know unless one of you tell her.
Good grief. Were they that cheap they couldn't put a hinge on it?
May be off the speed model with the low drag coefficient areo package. Bob
You should have seen the load of parts we would stufff into my parents chevelle station wagon.....and they never knew....unless i didn't put gas in the tank.
^^^^^^^^^^^^ I worked on the restoration of two of these Type 52 Bugattis there is an electric motor in the tail and a full size auto battery under the hood, great toys. Bob
The Montlhéry Vintage Revival is this weekend anybody going?
I will be there
I would like to go .It always looks like a great event for all sorts of vintage vehicles. Most of all,everyone appears to enjoy every moment of it.
Madrid 1929 children Grand Prix??
Pity, I don't think I could coordinate things fast enough to make it there from the States. I been trying to decide on a European event to take in and have been considering Montlhery as well as Grand Prix Rétro du Puy Notre-Dame.
As I plan to combine a genealogical based visit to Ireland and can only afford one Euro trip the choice becomes critical. UK events like Chateau Impney are enticing, too... and all I know of any of these is YouTube.
Although the hill climbs at Shelsey Walsh and Prescott go on through the summer they look like great events too....
this not a post about Messerschmitts.....it's about the cabriolet in the back,
BMW 319 or 320?
I haven't a clue. It's still a cool little car.
Al G posted this on the Old Photos thread today, can we get an ID on the cars? Bob
Without doing any digging, I'd guess AV Monocar on the racers, a cut-down Brit tourer for the hauler.
SR100 nailed it. There is a single cylinder car and twin.
Here is my favorite AV Monocar image.
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