The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
More Dover, 1961.
Rootie, the S&D 25 was built by Johnny White I believe. Looks like Johncock in it. Red Riegle took his last ride in it in 1966.
Calvin Rice cemented his name in the NHRA history books when he drove the J.E. Riley and Sons dragster to victory at the first NHRA Nationals in Great Bend, Kan.
Stars of American Graffiti
Wow ! Just wow ! C. P. Myers moved my Dads house when it was in the way when they built I 94 !
"When the hell are you going to get a windshield for this damn car?
Smashed fender, flat front left tire....I think he wrecked ....
The the woodie backed up the curb.
I wonder if it was an accident like it ran away when unloading off a trailer, or something associated with it being worked on as a project car. A car tends to turn to the side when rolling downhill backwards.
I don't think it was a complete car when it crashed because (for instance) the front bumper would still be attached.
I think it was just some misfortune that occurred while it was being trailered or worked on.
But in reality who knows???
Pittsburgh PA, toll house (in the middle of nowhere), 1933
Yes Victoria Australia. I will put these pictures up on the FB page Australian Hot Rod History for comment
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