The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HOTRODPRIMER, Mar 21, 2019.
Always loved the simplicity of a Hotrod!!!
I don’t know if this is really an old pic or not, but I think this thing just nails the early gow job look !!
Loudbang, you knocked it out of the park with this pic!!! Well done. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Don't know where that A&W is located but the one in our area drew that same type of crowd. The GOOD OLD DAYS.
Does your wife know your runnin around on her.
All she knows it's some redhead!
My first hotrod in the early 1970s
One of the best!
^^^^Back then; "just havin fun". Today; #MeToo
I'll take two scoops of "back then" and a cherry coke please.
Man, these pictures are cool.
São Paulo 1928
Enviado do meu iPhone usando H.A.M.B.
Did anyone notice the sign? Is this HAMB headquarters?
On post #894, I read many years ago tht the FIRST '55 Thunderbird was the only one that had Fairlane trim. The article (I think it was in Motor Trend Classic) showed the restored car painted black, but the pic in the post is of a light colored car. Does anyone know if the statement was wrong, the car was restored incorrectly, or what?
That photo in post 894 is an early promo shot by ford. The trim on the side didn't make it into production. There is a post I made sometime back that has the whole story about it but I can't remember which thread it's in .
The article (I think it was in Motor Trend Classic) showed the restored car painted black, but the pic in the post is of a light colored car.
Here is another picture of the car, not sure if it isn't a colorized picture.
Not a tattoo in the bunch! Who'd a thunk it?
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