The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Royalshifter, Jan 31, 2009.
What year and model is this truck???
I must have it
These people that insist on jumping on hoods and roofs really tick me off...
Right in the middle is a 1955 Ford Taunus 12 or 15M Super, I have a pair of 59 12M's, rare little beasts.
You aint kidding! I have to find 3 or 4 cars to try and cobble something together...even at that you may still have to use a newer chassis to get it mobile...but even those are pretty scarce now...some of the juk I am fixing wouldnt even pass for a parts car out west!
Sheesh Dog.....1 pic per post=post whore.
Looks like about a 1937 or so Diamond T.
#2751 ... Looks remarkably like my cousins 'ol Vett. Any clue on location?
just passed this 1963 4-door chevy off the I-15 NB in Beaver, Utah, presumably a Bel-air, no engine or tranny with a $500 obo sale sign on it..
Yes, I have never ever understood that, when I go to a car guys place and there are hoods, trunks, doors and windows open on everything I feel they are not true car guys because they obviously don't give a crap about the cars. I never leave anything like that on even the biggest wrecks of parts cars I've had.
Here are some more cars sitting.
56 Merc 2 door hard top
Mostly T fenders
1934 Indiana (I have a 32)
Kaisers and Frazers, I love these things.
29 Huppmobile, I might grab it for the cool stock wheels.
35 Chev Master
@ LN7 NUT,
Hey. Favor to ask.
Could you please get a few pictures of the aircraft, frames, and big parts ??
Thanks in advacnce,
Still look like it?
Just sold a week or so ago for $800. Its a '38 Actually. Good call though
This is a snowmobile that runs an airplane prop on a model A engine in the back
And here is a plane I saw crash last winter as I was heading home, no idea where it came from, but I saw it way up in the sky, circling like a bird of prey, till it suddenly dove into the ditch, so I rescued it!
I've seen these kites before, but this one has US airforce markings and all the ones I see here are Canadian or British. So I wonder where it came from and how long it was in the air because this is in the middle of nowhere and it was about -35 at the time.
Cool pics! Are the airplane relics Anson's ??
Just guessing: Tongue-in-cheek comment, made with a smile?
Ryan, thanks for posting this pic. It's a '53 F-series with the eight-foot bed, isn't it? My dad
had a '53, but I think it was a half-tonner (six-foot bed). I'm going from memory ONLY, from
when I was maybe six years old, so, sorry if I flub the details!
239 flathead (L-head) V-8, 110 hp @ 3,800 rpms, 2-B Holley carburetor
7-1 compression ratio, 3 3/16" X 3 3/4" bore/stroke, solid lifters
3-speed transmission, 3.9-1 differential ratio
I saved these two only because the guy said if you want the blue one you have take the other one too. The blue one ended up be my first build in 2005.
I want the dummy ordanance
Yes, Avro Ansons...I think that some were built in Canada.
Yes I believe they were...alot of air training went on in Alberta if I recall correctly. I had the front half of an Anson fuselage in my yard for a few years when I lived in Ont thanks to a military collector friend of mine! It fit in well with the junky old cars
Really want this!!!! I have everything else to put this car together! I just need the rear 1/4's and a little of the areas that the hinges attatch to and I could build a body!!! Jim
i think i seen that car before in PA, its really bad. the picture makes it look alot better then it really is in person...that is if its the same car, i think its someones lawn art
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