The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
Maytag Toy Racer built by Maytag. Powered with small air cooled washing machine motor.
Sheet metal body with cast aluminum wheels, grill, steering wheel, swan hood ornament.
By Darryl Starbird
Gratiot Auto Supply's display at the 1958 Detroit Autorama
Scotty's Muffler Service
Shelby and Steve McQueen
Some of Shelby's Trophies
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
1963 USAC Champion Don White Zecol Lubid Ford
Scotty's used to be a great place to hang out. I didn't live in San Bernardino but we went there often to shop. There were plenty of rods and customs of the day in and out of there.
I wonder which one is mom's favorite?
If you've never seen a border collie working you don't know what you're missing.
Thy are scary smart and incredible at any level.
I dunno but I bet I know which one is all the girls favorite.
Got this from Facebook, thought it was pretty cool. Chet Baker and his hot rod, according to the book Jazzlife.
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The red GMC with the aluminum topper?
Oct 26 1962
55 second series, 6 cylinder, standard.( no chrome) too
looks like Bodie Calif
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