The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Royalshifter, Jan 31, 2009.
Sadly the plastic covers on my 56,000 mile Stude didn't hold up so well in the Texas heat - when we pulled the plastic back - tore the fabric with it....it had been a garage car until it was inherited....out to the pasture it went.......sadly the dash also......
Bomb.I like the station wagon parked next to it. Bruce.
My picking buddy thinks he's king of the world....
^^^^looks like that Titanic's sinkin.
As long as he's saving them from that fate, I'll agree with him. But standing on the roof isn't a good first step...
from a recent tin hunt!
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It probably had a mint interior when parked.
Saw these at a used auto parts business near the Philadelphia Airport.
This looks menacing in some way. I'd passed this car many times before spotting it. My last post about a 66 Plymouth got taken down, too new (who knew) maybe this one isn't too new!
41K isn't bad mileage, but mine had 21K in 2004 when I found her in a barn & today she only has 29K. Great find on that 59!!! Mike (Texas)
Three on the tree....
What's she look like Today????
Tell him firmly to stay off the roofs or loose some serious weight if he's to do that again...
Is this guy close to you?? I need those air cleaners!
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That '33 Fordor looks pretty nice! Kind of a shame they just let them sit in the woods like that. What happened to that last one? Was it a woodie at one time?
Batavia, Illinois 2007. I hope it's not still sitting there.
It's got a California plate!
Have anything on the Merc sitting there?
Son and I went to the local junkyard today, the only old car there was this Frazer.
Cool stuff inside, chromed widow garnishes, some chrome grab handles on the seatback, and the dash! I wanted it but had to buy a door for the DD.
<it was just a little homely when new.
The best part of the trip was getting a teenager into the junkyard! It's a posted rule, no one under 16 in the U-Pull-it yard. So his 2nd trip this time around. Found the door for my pickup. Showed him how to make a drag out of a wasted headliner to easily get it out of there. Things were a little more lax 15 years ago. My daughter got great at digging change from under seats. The yard guys pick 'em clean now.
In a woodie no less ....
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But they do have potential
The engine looks like a GMC engine to me.
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