The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by 35touring, Nov 18, 2010.
wild thread, sick machines, just shows you what a little ingenuity can do!
Does any one know who was running this car? I see the names on the door but which one ran the car?
Do you have anymore pic of the green 37 Chevy I know it's a I-6???
Unfortunately that's the best one I have of it
I have an old GoodGuys video with it in it, I think it ran mid 11.s...
I've been looking the Super 6 Anglia, I think it had Ford 6 in it...
Here it is in the tech line at '69' US Nationals... (Ron are you guys in there somewhere)???
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I looked till my eyes watered, and did not see any thing of our car.
This is one of Jan's car, that I took at Indy.
I had a friend who built and owned a 6 cylinder powered car that was a winternationals winner in the late 60's . The car was sitting behind his shop. Last time I saw him he was getting divorced , not sure where the car is . It was GM powered . His name was Jim Harris
From Bob Wenzleburger's Motor Monday
...here's a pic of that 38 Chevy...
Reply to post 1092.Cotton Perry in the Chevy II vs.Paul Mercure in the Keener and Mercure "Checkmate" Camaro at the Cajuns.Two of the very best in modified eliminator drag racing.
Those headers are genius
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I would love to see more of this sweet looking pickup!
Thanks for the pic...
Six Gun, thanks for the pic of Jerry Halley's car. It was a dominant 6 cylinder gasser in the early to mid 60's.
I like the rails with the sixes.
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