The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
My dad served on Guadalcanal with the 164th infantry!
July 1951 - SE Woodstock St. & SE 67th Av.
Not often you see a photo of a B29... maybe this one was too big for the runway and ditched? B-24 in the air I think
1952 - SW Washington St.
1959 - NE Alberta & 19th St.
home made pedal car, happy kid. The simple things in life
a monster size steam shovel
Funny how people still refer to them as steam shovels today..
Looks like Iwo jima with Mt Suribachi in the rear.
You are right @loudbang
Mine as well and and as a result, playing organized baseball became important to me.
Miss Detroit had a 1916 Curtiss race engine
Nov. 27, 1937: Santa Claus welcomes actor Leo Carrillo to Santa Claus Lane in Hollywood..
Coconuts, are you just making this up? That's well known WW2 photographer Margaret Bourke-White with camera.
Don't think this has anything to do with Gilligan's Island.
. Danny Ongais, who you may have not learned was an Army paratrooper, AHRA and NHRA champion, and among other famous teams, he drove for Roland Leong, John Mazmanian, Dragmaster, and while partnered with Mickey Thompson they broke 295 records at Bonneville. He won a lot of SCCA races, qualified for a lot of Indy 500, and what else I don't know
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