The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Royalshifter, Jan 31, 2009.
...all on a Wis. farm from a few years ago; I saved some of it, should've saved more; all gone now.
Mr348, you have found a gold mine. Reminds me of the junk yards down here back in the 1970s. If the owner sells anything you ought to snag those 58 Impalas, they are valuable.
Hope you at least got the '34 Vicky, damn.....
Somebody's gotta save that '59. Please?
Good on you!!!
Too cool !!!! JW
Found these Saturday.
Nice score! I didn't realize that was the frame to it in the next picture. You're one lucky SOB.
and did you started or finish or sell it?
...a bit too much of a project for my skills but I had to save it, it went to the New York area where it is being saved.
where are you at, stay there,I'm coming to visit!!!!
lots of nice stuff there, but I'll take this 39 for starters...
In freezing cold Winnipeg Manitoba. There is lots of stuff sitting around the southern part of our province but you have to look hard to find it!
Wow, those 58's make me want to cry!!
It says "please make me a Tail dragger"!
Set me up with those Tri Fives.
The one Impala is a piece of shit and is a parts car especially since the dummy that owns them let someone cut the roof scoop out along with a good chunk of roof and its partially burnt as well as rusty. The black with red interior car sold a couple of years ago for $4000 and is kicking around the city here. The Bel Air hardtop is not for sale and he probably won't do anything with it and it will rot away too. Very sad. The guys whole backyard is like that. It's a real shame. Last time I was there he had a complete 348 sitting in the trees on the ground uncovered with a chain hooked to it. He has a pretty nice 58 Nomad that is sort of close to the factory Seirra Gold and White that was a level air car but its sort of modified with a goofy digital dash a billet grill and air ride. Too bad. I still have my first car 58 Bel Air hardtop with a 348 and a T10 4 speed and my dads mint 58 Impala with a 348 Turboglide Fathom blue so I don't want anymore.
MD: What is that thing?? Tim
I was wounding that to.
This looks like some sort of custom-bodied vehicle, any idea who did the coachwork and what make of chassis and running gear it has?
Panhard Dynamic from 1934 to WWII pretty rare and expensive. Inline 6 valve sleeve engine. Unibody construction rear wheel drive. Factory bodied sedan here.
I want that 60 Dodge Polara
Pulled these off MSN, another story about an "all original" collecter car, found.........
MMMMM... I can almost smell the weeds, the rusting metal and the oil/dirt caked motors, with the sun beating on my back. Good memories.
That's funny 58 Yeoman I thought the same. We have had a cold winter. I'm look'n forward to spring.
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