The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by twin6, Jun 13, 2010.
A 1911-12 Locomobile model 48 six in a nice and warm climate.....
A very early Hudson dealers repair shop.....
An early Alco from the Atlanta Journal on a good roads tour to promote road improvents......
A very nice early Thomas four postcard.....
Strange to think that almost all of the folks in these photos are gone...almost like looking at a ghost.. specially in black and white. Great way to enjoy my morning coffee, thanks all.
Another T speedster, and underage driver. Looks like they did a nice job with the tin.
A very rare car then and today, a big model 48 Marmon six at the Falkes Auto Company in Minnesota.
Another main street scene, this one from Caddo, Oklahoma in 1913, and a parade. Take time to look closely at all that is going on there.
Here is a parade of a different sort, a very early Soap Box Derby......
An ace pedal car mechanic and another neat Derby photo.....
It seems no one is ever too old to enjoy a pedal car.
A Mack has got to be a rare one...
What a nice truck.....
Twin6......This is your kinda car......
Great Grandfather, New mexico, not sure of year... What type of car you guys think?
I like that! What happened to the rubber, though?
Is this your kinda car?
1933 Studebaker President Eight Roadster
1933 Studebaker President Eight St. Regis Brougham
Is there such a thing as too many speedster photos? Honk if you think so. Here is a great cut down T. Maybe EG can fill us in on the particulars. All I can think about is power to weight! This rascal must have been fun.
1933 Studebaker President Eight Convertible
1933 Studebaker President Eight Limousine
Nice pics T6, it's a shame we can't see the full photo. I think i have seen this car before, maybe T-H posted something similar on the racing thread.
1932 Studebaker Ambulance
Unidentified Old Limo in Action
Round Door Rolls
1915 Ford Mandel Limosette add ~
Great pic.....Excellent pic.
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