The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
Come on bud...it will be a freebee
The Alazan was a full fendered show and street ‘30 or ‘31 Model A coupe that ran a McCulloch blown Lincoln engine. The carbs were fed through a large chrome airbox that had a bunch of smaller chromed tubes added for extra interest and for sure those kept show goers wondering and talking.
The pictured car may have been a Model A sedan, I’m not sure about the body style, but it was a drag car with those wild, long length pipes.
Or ANY time.
That's Ted Cooper's Model A drag coupe. It was featured in the September '57 issue of Hot Rod.
I believe the pipes were later removed because of a heating and maintenance issue.
Now I know where the term "LUCKY DOG" comes from
Oct 27, 1938
OMG, My first 55 Buick was that same color blue and I had it in that position one night when it was raining and I was trying to catch up with a girl in a Pontiac. I was lucky enough to get it spun around and back on the road. Unlike the dude in the picture I was 17, not drinking, just horny
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