The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
Somewhere around 1959-60 that hardware store building was a Army/Navy surplus store.
My dad bought me a single shot 32-20 rifle there on one of our trips to Reno.
I don't know what happened to it, but I do remember a kangaroo on the side of it.
Going to Army/Navy surplus stores was just as much fun at that time as going to Western Auto.
Ron, these photos you have been posting are AWESOME...
It's less a supply chain issue than it is a movement afoot within to drive us back to hard times like that.
The "supply chain" is sitting off the coasts...wake up.
I got in for under 12 until I was 16! 50 cents paid for a ticket and a pigout at the candy counter.
Buellton Ca. Ate there many times and stayed in their Motel.
As a boy I wanted one of "those". Now as a grown man I still want one of "those"
note: the focus of the "those" may have changed slightly over the years
They used to say that a "Hoosier" is just a Kentuckian that ran out of gas money on the way to Detroit!
Choppers with forks like that were evil handling things at low speeds
We are a manufacturer, fully aware of the issues. Put down the crack pipe.
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