The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Race Artist, Mar 2, 2008.
Two magazine photos of the Shaker Eng. car from 1962
Arnie Beswick The Farmer
Hair Bender Too
Ray Allen multi time winner
Reverend Mr. black
posted by Tommyd in the in motion thread
Note the STP coveralls
Seaton's Super Shaker
Teachers Pet Stein & Pagano
Those rounded spoke wheels are a bitch to identify, unless they're stamped and I'd guess most
aren't. Right now I have some that are called "Magsters". No idea who made or distributed them.
When a friend bought a new '68 Camaro he purchased a 5 spoke set from the dealer and they kept
his stock rims. Again, no idea who made them. The center caps in the photos look unique.
One thing that drives me crazy in wheel ads is the use of "Torqe Thrusts" or "torq thrust style".
And usually people are off base.
The early Ansen Apollo wheels shown on that Mopar are identified by their large center hub and cap.
Melrose Missile before it's AWB conversion
Argyle's Highlander Canadian Dodge Boys Correct grille for a real Hemi car
Thunder Charger S/SA
SS/P Junkyard Dawg
Yeakel Plymouth Center SS/A
A/FX California Flash
I believe this car did a little street racing back then also. If memory serves me, the tank up front may have contained a more potent fuel, according to rumors of the day. It was a well known car in the area.
Hoefer Bros C/FX
Early Gas Ronda Russ Davis Ford
Early Les Richer Bob ford
Al Swenson Ford
Balkins Ford Falcon
AA Engineering Kelly Chadwick
Shril Greer Tension
Early Gay Pontiac Mystery Tornado
Haulin Hemi II Len Peterson Learners Sales and Service
Early wood Chevrolet Palomino
Later Palomino II
Tickles Me Pink
Most of this batch went on to be altered wheelbase cars.
Early California Flash
Horsepower engineering at Fremont
Early Shivley Motors The Honker
Sox & Martin Gate City motors
Early Color Me Gone
Winchester Automotive at Dover A/FX
Black Arrow at Dover
Strip Blazer II SS
The Nose S/S
WildCatter Ripley Garage
This may be the best looking '66 Nova racecar ever. SS/E was a popular class, at least in the
midwest. I shot this in 1969 at Oswego Drag Raceway, Oswego, Illinois.
Any info on this car?
Z 11 ?
I'd kill for a '66 or '67 Nova hardtop with a 327 & four-speed.
It's the right era and marked 427 and running SS/S so I would bet it was
Dick Glenn Motors
The Dodge Chargers at Fremont
Early California flash
Early Arlen Vanke Arnett Chrysler Plymouth
Pat Hardy driving the Handy Boys SS/T
If anyone has any better pictures of this car please post them.
I know the gentleman restoring this car.
He is looking for closeup pictures of the small lettering.....Thanks
Check out this site, there are several more photos of this car. Scroll down and copy whatever you need...
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