The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
I've heard of horsepower, but...
looks like Ted Knight is Ungar 1960
The pic looks thoroughly airbrushed. I wonder why.
Bad Chad from Bad Chad Customs?
Disneyland did not exist in 1953!
Could well be, Getty captions have been less than accurate
Al Coffern's custom 1933 Ford Pickup with 275 horsepower blown Flathead engine
Gratiot Auto Supply Dragster - Al Bergler - More Aggravation III.
Kriedler Streamliner Bonneville.
Beeline Dragway Turbine car
Permatex 100 Riverside
1957 Drivers and crew
1964 NHRA Nationals Drag Race - Indianapolis Nibbler II
1965 2nd Annual Hot Rod Magazine Championship Drag Races.
1965 AHRA Drag Races Lions Drag Strip.
how about Disneyland 1956?
1956 National Champonionship Drags Kansas City Miss.
Northrup aircraft Dash Tach install
A line of 55th (West Lancashire) Infantry Division troops that have been hit with gas
Truly the greatest generation! Not enough alcohol in a lifetime to forget the horror of that day. I hope we never forget the sacrifices of so many boys that were turned into men that day
I figured an interesting story should be behind this photo. A Reddit post entitles it as "A worker removes a 1965 Ford Mustang from the tracks of the Subway, after a young woman accidentally entered the Subway Surface Tunnel entrance at 40th. Street in Philadelphia (December 14th 1965)".
It reminds me the story of a co-worker that ended up in the rail tracks, and blamed waze app for giving him the wrong directions
Sure is !
I never really cared for 58 Buicks. But I do like that one.
We forget those old tractors didn't have turbos or Jake brakes. Those huge loads of logs coming down those logging roads trying to get their speed up to make it up the other side had to be some scary shit...Then going up the other side made those old dogs really bark
A true American hero!!!
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