The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by wfo guy, Dec 24, 2020.
These are a few pics from friends of mine in their younger years. They have both passed away.
Cool stuff, thanks!
Love the poster listing the trophy sponsors. Good that they kept the motorcycle riffraff out.
WOW ... amazing history, Thanks for sharing with us all.
Thanks for posting and sorry for the loss of your friends .
Love the Kansas version of the "Bustle Bomb". Kinda funny, I learned some of these city names, Like Hays, and Garden City, watching Gunsmoke !
Those are Special, Thanks!
Super contribution. Thank you.
The history is priceless.
Ryan will Dig Em' when he sees this.
Super Cool. Thanks for sharing those .
Bingo! Thank you.
Thanks for the pictures. Especially the Kansas connection!
Vintage photos are an absolute treasure, thanks for sharing them with us
Stuff like this is the real history of hot rodding. Thanks for posting.
Very cool. Thanks for sharing. Your friends memory is alive and well when you spread stuff like this around .
Some cool pictures! Thanks.
Thank you for taking the time to post the pictures. I liked them all.
Great pictures! Love to see hotrod history preserved. Thanks for sharing.
WOW! I have never seen these cars before. May I have your permission to post a couple of these photos on a couple of sites I administer, with credit to you and your friends?
Great photos! I was impressed with the number of sponsors! I have family in that area, but didn’t see their business listed, but they were a ways away in Scott City.
Thankyou for sharing. Its all awesome but that chopped coupe! That thing gets my blood pumping man. So cool!
WOW to all of it! The dual engine dual axle dragster is jaw dropping.
Learned how to speak English watching Gunsmoke and others, folks say I talk different.
Thanks for sharing the history @wfo guy...it never gets old, preserving and sharing it just makes the case that the good Ole days were great for many reasons...
A virtual high five to your friends who have left us...
They sure knew what engines to fool around with...
Their taste in Hotrods was right up there too...
The front and rear engined dragster is insane! Would it even be able to steer effectively? Some real experimental stuff going on there. Great pics, thanks for sharing.
I agree. That "I chopped the top yesterday" coupe is iconic as you can get.
Great picture of the guys, the car and the funky '50s architecture.
This. 100 times. This.
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