The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Speed Gems, Jun 24, 2019.
I went back 7 pages and didn't see one posted yet, so here it is.
There’s a bunch of pictures here too...
Great weekend. haven't been for probably 10 years, forgot how much fun it was. I tried REALLY HARD to buy this vintage 56 gasser but with no VIN tag and all the hoops they make you jump through at inspection for outta state cars in Nebraska, I just couldn't pull the trigger. Found this sweet little 64 Chevelle instead.
Kool Car ! Like 32's, Like Harleys, This car has to win the Unique award, Diversecity is the best part of our great hobby. Thank You for the pictures.
The Chevelle is nice but the Gasser is righteous!
It was really hard not to buy it, but I've got a friend who's a manager at the DMV and he said walk away. SUCKED!
Gary, I saw that 56. Super cool car. You coulda bought it and had me register and keep it here in Iowa....and visited whenever you wanted.
Sweet looking Chevelle....I still have the '65 convert I've had for 26 years.
You need to search a little harder for the thread ....
Nice 64, still have mine, my first car. Looks like 283/glide?
“Stock up now — before the hoarders get it all!”
Tried to say howdy right about where that 56 was but you and Brandy were high tailing it the other way!
Had to work in Indianapolis last Thursday so I jumped off the plane back to Vancouver on Friday in Minneapolis and a car show broke out. Second year, still over whelming
Taunus (German Ford) Wagon - running.
A few more I found on my phone.
I think this one belongs to a H.A.M.B.er.
This is my dad's car. He goes by 50Fraud here on the HAMB.
I wanna play! Some HAMB-friendly photos below, but you can go to https://pistnbroke.smugmug.com/2019-Back-to-the-50s/ for the full gallery and download any high-resolution versions you'd like.
Yep 283 glide, factory power steering/power brake car.
...and a few more. Full size, high res images also at the gallery these (and more) are from:
Looks like fun.Anyone know anything about that grey 34 tudor?Sweet..
If some is good, more is better....
Just when you thought that ‘32 s have been done every way possible..........
Thanks for the fantastic thread though !
Thanks for the posting the pictures! Really like those Buick’s!!!
Got the film I shot at the show back today, below are a few. Full gallery, with free high-res downloads at https://pistnbroke.smugmug.com/2019-Back-to-the-50s/
I saw your Dad's convert in the flesh. Glad he brought it, it's a NICE car!
I'd agree! Sadly, things have gone rather sideways for the trip home, which will end up needing a trailer from Grand Junction, CO to LA.
Our trip home was compromised by the failure of a rear axle bearing and (a day later) the AOD transmission, plus a heart attack. Luckily all were fixed and we got home by July 4. Many thanks to Derek (63 Biscuit) for encouraging us to come and for his hospitality while we were there. Here's one more photo of the car as we were leaving St.Paul:
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