The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Lyle Willits, Sep 30, 2013.
Nice job Lyle. Thanks. Did you happen to take any of the black '33 Willys that was there?
Great pics I went Sunday and some of these cars were not there. Thanks for sharing
About 800 (?) cars on Saturday. Many of the long distance cars leave Sat. night or Sun. morning.
Great stuff as always, Lyle. Cool shot when that unusual shelf cloud came rolling through.
Great Pic's, Thanks!
I think that weird cloud formation was caused by aliens. I also don't believe that's a U.S.Navy blimp
Hi, Great pics of the show, hopefully next year. Does anyone know if the model A with the ford FE had 3 pedals? Planning on putting one in my next project and have a few questions. Any help would be appreciated. Thx
Great group of pictures!
That model A does have 3 pedals and is freakin mean.
I cruised out there from Ohio with it. Jason, it's owner, had me cracking up all weekend. One of the funniest guys I've ever met.
He drives the shit out that car too. He, malcolm and I hit some triple digits on the way out trying to catch up Kirk after a toll booth. Big fun!!!
Old 136 is looking good with the American flag and the S&S flag flying in the background. Thanks for the pictures.
Wow! Not a shitter in the bunch!
Lye, great job...
Thanks for taking the time Lyle. Great coverage as always. I always look forward to seeing your pics.
Thanks for the pics,Lyle. and nice seeing you again
This was the first time this '55 Ford has been shown in public
since 1989 ! It was last seen at the Street Machine East show at Timonium, Maryland. I have shots of the car on FILM. (remember film? )
Lyle, always awesome, again thanks.
Vacation cost me this great local show. Hopefully next year the stars will align.
John, thank you very much. I enjoy doing it and I'll keep hitting the shows until my old ass gives out. I know how hard it was for a grumpy old bastard like you to pay me a compliment.
that is Sir Grumpy Old Bastard
Thanks for the pictures!
Does anyone have any more info/build thread on this Mercury?
Fantastic coverage Lyle, thanks for posting. The black Studebaker gasser "the Boss" was a standout. I saw it up at the Hot Rod Reunion at N.E. Dragway. What a beauty !!
The owners name is Rick Bennett and he's from Danbury CT. The car was featured in issue #55 of the Rodders Journal.
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