The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
Pickensville AL 1937 ~
Waynesboro VA ~
Hand written receipt of my Dad's first new car, a 49 Ford purchased from West End Ford in Akron NY along with some of the other documents
Betty Grable and Lucille Ball, 1930s
WWII European victory parade
The rest are Coney Island 1900's
James Wright #75 ,win - Aurora Speedway,WA 1958Jerry Meyer & the Bromme #3 Nance with " The Flying Shu " Ron Shuman aboard the Ed Ulayte #3 DB Challenger at Ascot 1988 - Larry Howard photo A Fronty Ford at Jungle Park approx. 1925 or so"
I think this a wind machine for use for shooting movies, or maybe some farm use. Bob
Is that a Y block ?
The guy moved on, and became a Indy 500 flagman
Packard was doing R&D on the Liberty aircraft engine and used truck mounted engines to test performance. Maybe Hisso did the same thing.
Credit to Robert J.Neal, author of
“Master Motor Builders”
I took these two photos at the garage of @spendingtheirinheritance in July of 2017 when he hosted Charlie Yapps Secrets of Speed annual event. I’d be interested to know where the image of the painting was found, and if prints are available.
My father's family moved from Upstate New York to Long Island in 1961.(they moved back in 1965)
This is the house my grandparents bought.
My great uncle George's Oldsmobile in the driveway, and my grandparents 57 Chevrolet.
Great uncle George, great aunt Ruth (my grandmother's sister) and family come down for a visit.
My father's families 1958 trip to Michigan and Ohio
Left to right My Grandfather Robert Nelson Palmer, My Aunt Ruth, My Father Willard Palmer, and my Aunt Mary Lou.
I still own the Scotch Cooler in this photo
If you find out if prints can be had let me know, heck let us all know.
Che Guavara in the Austin Healey.
Not exactly the thongs and panties the neighbor was hoping to see.
Sometime in the 60's Lucille Ball walked past me in the airport at Vegas.
She was unbelievably gorgeous.
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