The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Royalshifter, Jan 31, 2009.
It " appears " it does't exist.
Uncle Buck, I see the pics and they are awesome!! Keep postin! Whats the story on them? Someones old parts cars from years ago? Now of course well worth restoring but I remember the day they would have been parts cars LOL, my how times have changed....Jim
I was able to see the pictures!! Couple 50's vettes just rotting to nothing. I was actually curious as to where it was!
None of Bucks photos show for me, and I can't even find a trace of them.
Well he did go back and edit all of his posts to delete the links.
.......and I was really looking forward to seeing them!!! Joe.
This was right from the start though... too bad, I wonder what the issue was?
Well i,m sick of seeing that red oxide VW pickup for the last few days. Next page please.
I've been trying to get this '32 Chevy for many years.
If you look real close,
you can see that it is actually made of real gold.
Man that 32 would build a killer ride! Good luck
forgot about this one i took with my phone
And one more.
That car needs to be saved!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Here is another pic of the Hudson.
heres a couple from a trip to a junkyard last weekend
Interesting to note that both the Hudson and the Packard are right hand drive, wouldn't expect that in Canada.
I'm wondering if the negitives wheren't flipped. The pick-up appears to be righthand drive too.
too dry and arrid, not canada, australia maybe?
I was on a motorcycle trip in South Africa and Namibia a few months ago, lots of old vehicles out there in the desert.
I figured there would be a British conection somewhere in there. Next to the wrecked pickup is a British Zephyr. Did you see any old export Holdens over there ?
I would have liked to meet some Hambers in S.A. but I was only there for 3 weeks and most of it was riding. We avoided the big citys but sure saw alot of old cars with potential off the gravel roads, we put on about 3000 miles mostly off the main hiways. The day and a half we spent in Cape Town I saw at least 5 AC Cobras.
In the rear shot of the Hudson (post #4059), the billboard in the background is not flipped & you can just make out the deck emblem 'HUDSON'. Apparently not a flipped neg.
Here are a few more I ran across last week.
When I went to buy some parts off a 1949 Mercury truck this early 1900's Studebaker was just sitting on the side of an old dirt back road, windshield is still good, but needs some air in the tires LOL.
PS: Sorry about the thumbnails, I can't figure out how to download a full picture!
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