The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
I’d like “ Miss Polish knob” I’m mean “Polish Job”
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Were the X rated books in the same box with the failed eighth grader's report card?
The very first A&W Root Beer stand opened in Lodi California around 1917.
Bobby Marshman with the Frankie Cal stretched Offy at Reading Pennsylvania in 1960.
This picture was from the 1963 Trenton 100 which was the season opener for USAC on April 21st of 1963. The inside car is Mickey Shaw in the Alfater #68 which was listed as a Kuzma Offy and outside is Bob Mathouser in the Shultz Fueling Equipment car owned by Ollie Prather and was listed as a Kuzma Offy.
Norm Brown, Gary Congdon, and Sammy Sessions at Eldora
Chuck Engle at Terre Haute in 1964
Buzz Gregory and Dick Good at Winchester in 1964. Buzz is in the upright car inside and Dick Good in the roadster
Rex Record outside in the Frankie Cal stretched Offy #52, Joe Barzda in the California Speed and Sport car.
Allen Heath was another California Racing Association star and he had the hook in place of his left hand that he lost. Back in the day. No fire suits here and an older type helmet and he is getting out of the car with a Sam Brown belt on.
You would have to be crazy not to recognize her.
Or just too young!!
Nope, different boxes on different days. A good friend of mine was helping me sort one day and found a diamond ring over one of the necks of the bottles though. He took it in and hocked it only to have a lady show up at the store looking for it. She had put it on the bottle while tending her flowers. Being younger guys we all kept quiet about it so as not to get the guy fired. As I got older, married and had a wife that cherished her ring, even to this day I still feel a little guilty about not letting this woman know where her ring was. I guess my grandfather was right when he used to say the thing that costs the most in life is regret.
the 68 was the former Pete Schmidt kuzma (1954). The car had wins from 1954 through 1960.
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