The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Royalshifter, Jan 31, 2009.
Thanks for sharing pics of your 59 Hubnut!
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Neil Young would love that 58 Lincoln!Perry Mason drive one like it too!
Perry's was a convertible, though.
Yes I think it was.
Guy said i can have this for FREE
What is it? It does have some nice horns.
GREAT looking 1932 Diamond T!! AND DAMN RARE!
gona be my YARD ART .
I don't have any pics, and I'm not sure what happened to it, but there was an early GTO sitting in some guys yard rotting away, that I would pass on my way to school. People would show up to his house cash in hand and he would turn them away every time
That's too cool for yard art. Build it.
acquiring a free industrial outside sandblaster as we speak
just might have ta be a DQQR-less ride
LOVE the caddy!Bruce.
I thought of the
mash 4077 when I found this.
A lot of red paint still on that. Looks like it was some fire station's brush truck (Jeep). Worked on a lot of them. Ron, where do you live? You come up with a lot of stuff.
Hubnut's bee nest doesn't scare me like a scorpion does.
Ron - I dragged one of those( CJ2A )home years ago. Sent it down the road to a dude who couldn't have been happier. Bought Chevy parts with the money.
well - no pictures - but I did finally get into an old yard that has old stuff you can see thru the chicken wire fence. The old guy gave me a tour - he's been around with other yahoo's I'm sure and wouldn't let me go by myself....he had a lot of running model T's around and just a lot of T stuff - a little A stuff - some mopars from the 20's....and a 20's Chevy or two...and some other good stuff from the 50's....it will be hell getting stuff out as the place is really a mess....has a son on the property that I met seems okay....from what I was able to get out of him - he's got some good offers for his stuff....just not ready to let it go yet....and the pictures ? I really was afraid to ask and at one point was going to sneak a pic of the late 30's Ford coupe.....just had a good respect of the guy and didn't....funny there was a T frame with axles and motor trans with the hand crank sticking out.....he grabbed it a turned it over and laughed a little....you can see how shiny the crank is....think he goes by it often....oh and that early 30's Ford coupe.....it was a little sad....but he thought he would get to it one day....I'll go by again just to talk or really - listen awhile....
Gene there is a lot of vintage tin still out there. I just enjoy the hunt. If you see an old car on C.L. check it out. There will usually be others. If you see an old car or truck on a farm. There are probably more. But mostly, people see me in one of my old cars. And they will just say, that they know where there is this old car setting. Most of the time it will be a 4 door or something to new. But you will never know, if you don't go and check it out. I live out in the country, about 100 miles west of D.C. in the Shenandoah valley. But old tin can be anywhere. Here is the latest find, a 52 Chevy. more door. So happy hunting.Ron...
Yep, do a lot of looking up here. Did really good once putting an add for old car stuff in a local grocery store. Just wondering where you are. My wife and I run 81-S to 77 a couple of times a year going to my brothers in S.C. We get off the main drag some and my head goes back and forth so much...it's just wrong. However I have never seen near this much stuff. Gene.
I suffer from a "55" ah ah --->ad·dic·tion<--- get the shakes so bad sometimes.
Well these ain't sitting and rotting NO more...lol
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