The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Tom davison, Jan 22, 2020.
Trying to post more photos, but motel bandwidth is not co-operatng.
I have one of the little books it appeared in.
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Thanks Tom for taking and sharing the pictures
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Should have parked that mess by the T Bird. ^^
I’ll add my photos This Ford was what Henry should have made to run with the Nomads. A dual quad Y-Block with E code air cleaner. 59 styled Galaxie interior and rear tailgate with electric window. It also had a 56 dash with an engine turned inset all the way across.
Enjoying the pictures.....Tom. Like always, fantastic!
Thanks for taking the time to share these pic
And wow, that '36 3/W makes my peepee feel funny
Can't wait to see this coup
Happy Birthday @Tom davison! ... As usual, great images and event coverage! ... Thanks for sharing!
Great pictures Tom!! Thanks for posting them. Makes you want to jump on a plane!!
As always, amazed at your beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing Tom.
Thank You Tom ! Great photos as always !
A 32 with the correct “stance”
If I had to pick one favorite shot so far, this might be it. Wow!
Outstanding coverage of the GNRS, hope to see more of the week end highlights.
Was very happy to see the "restoration"of the Dorman & Coopman AA/SR. They were great competitors back in the early 60's at local strips in West Michigan. My best friend and I ran a '50 Chevy Fleetline gasser with a 261 Chevy 6 and occasionally did our best against them - but it was never good enough. Fun racing in the glory days of drag racing.
I'm here. Lot's to see. Tom's pictures are true through his lens.
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Thanks, one of mine too!
Thanks Tom. Always a treat when you share your beautiful work with the whole community. Yes!, that '56 T-Bird was way over the top back in the day and still is today, but it sure got the attention of young magazine readers at the time and is an important part of the historical record. Thanks again.
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