The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
Let’s see, that’s two counts of failure to yield, one count of reckless driving, one count of criminal mischief, one bourbon, one scotch and one beer. Have a nice day.
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Dont put the headlights there
Scritchfield with Car Craft project car.
Joe Gemsa’s T and daughter. Joe had the Gallivan head patterns and cast and machined the head on this car.
Kent Fuller dragster chassis fabricator supreme, with family.
I remember most of these from the Hot Rod year book. The dark green T sitting by the surf has always been a favorite.
Going through pictures this evening and I came across the Austin Bantam pictured above. I owned about 50 years ago. When I bought it the car had been in a wreck and needed a new frame. I paid $650 for the wrecked car. I had Jay Ohrberg who at that time owned a shop called Mr. Roadster in North Hollywood California (later sold to Speedway) built me a new frame out of the same tubing. I reassembled it and kept it for about 3 months (I didn't fit in it. My legs were too long!). Not long after that I saw in the local paper that the parts were for sale. It got wrecked again. They wanted $50 for the quick change. Boy was that a long time ago!
Actress Celeste Holm. One of her last rolls was the grandmother on the TV series, The Promised Land
Skirts on the Ford pickup for all you nay-sayers...
That’s the cleanest glass I’ve ever seen
That’s freakin Elvis!
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