The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
Italian "Double Torpedo", 1951, 280 HP Maserati engine, hit 186 MPH :
Good lord you can tell this "Officer" isn't a Marine LOL. Look at his military alignment shirt belt and trousers
That is a fantastic photo.
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Is that picture from St. Louis? I remember that place before it got torn down.
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Bad "gig" line !
I guess when you live in a town with no tv watching a hot girl pump gas is pure entertainment.
Before the company name changed to Mobil in 1955, it was SOCONY (Standard Oil Company of New York). When the company merged with Vacuum oil in 1931 they began the use of the pegasus as a logo which has continued to this day. So, yes, it is the SOCONY logo.
Count me IN ! I'd travel to see a beauty like that do anything. Course wife wouldn't let me go! Lol
1 more car I promise, Rex Winter
Dry n windy Lubbock TX
It's easier to ask for forgiveness than permission.
Well, it was in Crestwood but that is pretty close. Good eye!
Not with my wife !!!
I had to google image the less than pretty six seater car. Beechcraft Plainsman. Interesting.
An automobile designed by an aircraft manufacturer. So was the SAAB and this reminds me of those cars in their early days.
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