The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Royalshifter, Jan 31, 2009.
Used to be a 30-31 roadster
Whats left of a 34' Ford cab, going to try and save it.
found on the net
That coupe has some nice lines!!! Nice score, hemies are great but it would be sad if you lost the fenders. No sidemounts and a couple bubles in the hood would be SWEET.
Here's some taken this weekend in Central Oregon
A few more- and no, none of these are for sale.
Museum of discarded relics?
That is a rare one with front-hinged doors......Chrysler Town Sedan....
these have been sitting and rotting on the bottom of Foss Lake in OK for 40 plus years... they found 3 bodies in the old Chevy and 3 in the Camaro... yikes!
call cold case files !
seen some additional photo(s) of the vehicle(s) .... and talk about toast ....
That's some sad business with those people being lost at the bottom of that lake for so long. Family members not knowing what happened to their loved ones.
Looks like those two cars survived better than the '57 Plymouth that was buried in KC?
some of the part(s) do still look salvageable .....
Any more info on this?
What led to the discovery?
Here is some, but not all of the information...http://charter.net/news/read/catego...p-sheriff_remains_of_6_not_5_found_in_sunk-ap
Hope the ID the bodies for the families.
Just incredible these cars contained bodies and possible answers to disappearance of 5-6 people.
Here's some my scrapper friend drug out of a farmers field,
And sold for $250 a ton!I bought the 55 f600 cab & fenders for $200 all but the Chevy car found loving homes (it was worse in person)
You of course mean Tulsa.
Yeah...that's it. Thanks.
I was really excited to see what that car looked like as my grandparents lived in Tulsa when it was buried and actually took part in the lottery. After seeing it when they "exhumed" it...not sure I wanted to win or not. Still a really cool story and concept. Too bad nothing they build today would be worth digging up in 50 years....
What ever happened to that thing after they dug it up?
Going to try and save this one.
1953 studebaker truck
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Hey Frank, read this, especially Rule 4.
The first page of this thread shows a rotting 67 Camaro, post #15.......
I have seen relics recovered from the Titanic in better shape than that car. They were prone to rusting anyway (as anyone with a Forward Look era MoPar can attest to) but sitting underwater for 50 years...ouch.
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