The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Fat Hack, Oct 30, 2007.
Here's another from last weekend...
Maryland to LA a couple years ago. Only 370 miles to go!
Rte 9 in Freehold, NJ
Early morning sun on the way home from work
I don't have any really good over the hood shots in the 52 Mercury but there are plenty of driver seat view shots in this video from earlier this summer . Not the greatest view through the stone chipped and cloudy windshield.
Night time view over the hood and the nicest instrument panel and dash of any fifties car I have ever seen.
Dr Dave and Stray Kat Mickey
A rainbow of kustom friends!!
Cresting the hill
Rolling on the stones
Pretty sunrise this morning, crappy picture, but you get the idea.
A few of my club members joined me on a beautiful cruise in the Northwest today.
The leaves are turning and so we were we, on a curvy uphill road from Leavenworth to Plain WA.
There is a nice 5 mile straightaway just before our lunch spot at the 59er diner on Highway 2.
Driving down the Tumwater Canyon along the Wenatchee River.
Coming Home with Wenatchee Washington on the right. Gorgeous day !Moderate temperatures,good friends,great scenery and a new Hot Rod to drive! This was my coupes' longest shake down run to date right at 100 miles. She handles well in the curves and has enough power to pull the hills.
Runnin down to Good Guys in Fort Worth.
Return road at Famosa. Without windshield...
Shot of Manhattan skyline behind the ice cream factory
Shot of the kosciuszko and his replacement growing up in the background
Hate to post a bunch, but this is just too cool of a shot with the sunrise in the fog to not pass on. LoL!
coming home from Jalopyrama this afternoon. Didn't have my gopro mount so it is just handheld but you get the idea...............running I-795 into Baltimore north of 70 MPH
Following Dan Henke's 324 Olds powered 40 Ford hot rod survivor in my 53 Chevy.
Nelson Dupree's 32 Ford
Riding shotgun in Bill Benson's 59 Impala following Steve Hutman's 53 Ford custom
When I first picked up the 55 Buick
Picture of 1946 on I-75 the day bringing it home-
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