The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
This is my favorite advice from Popular Science magazine.
Let's start with the Southwind heater ....
Eddie, S-W, & Mallory
Catalogs from ads in HRM, MT, Speed age, etc.
Hutchins ... not much of a threat to Cal Custom ....
Williams & Bennett shiny stuff for your Jeep & Chev ...
Frenzel, Mapco, Traction Master, EELCO, Isky
Gotha & Offy
It's called a lunch hour, you get those when you have a job. Maybe you'll have one some day.
Harmon - Collins, McGurk, Jahns ...
Porter muffler info. Super good catalogs, one shows where to cut & block the 6s & straight 8s, and how to make the special blocking plates for Pontiac 6 &8, Buick, Plymouth ...
Fenton, AKA Standard Automotive. They made a bunch of stuff you'd probably never find today.
Our local muffler shop/speed shop had that display tower thing. When the shop was sold about '72, the new owner threw it out & smashed it.
Last but not least - Smittys ...
A little vinyl and maybe some lace....
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... Just don't tell Amazon management that, apparently it takes 20 minutes just to walk to and from the can not to mention lunch. Do that and you lose your production quota and out the door you go .... Sad but true !
Hey 302GMC, Thanks for posting that impressive
collection of memorabilia!
Makes it easier to identify all those magical parts!
Actually, I've got my 50+ years of work behind me, so I won't be looking for a job.
Be Careful! Someone on this thread might call this "Devil Music".
50+ years for me too. When I was working as a mechanical designer, our computers were monitored and non work related activity was logged even on lunch or off hours (24/7) and noted at your performance review and in some cases resulting in dismissal. I am glad that is behind me too.
Getting ready to depart from home in Oklahoma for trip
to California, near Muskogee, Oklahoma, July 1939
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