The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
oops, pic of allstate tool #63.
Dad, on the right, at Le Mans, 1944. He wasn't there for the race.
And in a less well preserved area of France, later in '44.
1940 to 1941 chrysler newport phaeton.
Dad, back row center, on his all expense paid French camping trip, 1944,
A rainy night at the Park Hotel, St. Louis, Michigan (yes, there is a St. Louis, Michigan) circa 1954.
BTW, where is WQ59B? I miss his posts.
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How did that GM product find its way into a Ford employee parking lot?
1957 Dodge armored truck is very cool. I have only seen 2 antique armored trucks. I heard they destroyed old armored trucks when they were taken out of fleet service. Anyone know?
1 more car I promise, Rex Winter
Dry n windy Lubbock TX
My dad for one he traded in his 53 Bel Air Convertible for a 58 didn't see any reason not to get the same old tried and true 235 6 he in the 53 and the couple before that, he did however upgrade to the new fangled auto trans................................
September 1943 at Greyhound Garage Pittsburg
July 22, 1961
Near Altoona 1965 Both locomotives and the truck built by GMC
Interesting, that's a '62 Corvette.
The date says July 22, 1961.
I guess the TV show got the new model before the public could buy one!
Route 66 !
Buzz and Tod!
Interesting picture, Marty Robbins. ( country singer ) I know that he raced NASCAR, never saw a picture or any article on him starting out in what appears to be a 1/2 midget. Guessing on time frame, after WW2 / 50's, It sure looks like him from a pic on Wikipedia
It is him
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