The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
I spent many weekends and a few summers on Cape Cod
Co-op City in the Bronx sits on this land now
That's a dragline bucket.
I once saw one you could park two of those Ford wagons side by side in it.
Yup. Alfred E Newman or Howdy Doody, take your pick.
Some might say it's sexist to assume it's not "the stupid hussy's" car she's sitting on.
Speed x velocity + sharp curve coming up fast....uh-oh....
Jud Larson and Rodger Ward leading the field of the 1956 Hoosier 100. Jud Larson introduced himself to Champ car fans by setting a New Track Record in John Zink's car and he led the first 71 laps before being passed by the "Arizona Cowboy" Jimmy Bryan in the Al Dean car wrenched by Clint Brawner. Jimmy Bryan would go on to win the 1956 Hoosier 100 followed by Pat O'Conner, Rodger Ward, and Jud Larson.
Bill Dunn driver on the nice #81, red and white #4 Ray Lee Goodwin. This was at Plant Field back in the 60's.
Henry Jacoby was from Franklin, PA. Tri-City Speedway near Franklin was his home track, but he traveled a lot. The #4 was called the Little Jewel.
This is a great and historic picture of the drivers at the IMCA Winter Nationals at Plant Field in Tampa Florida. I can pick out Jud Larson, Johnny Rutherford, Jim McElreath, Gordon Woolley, and I think Gene Gennetten
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