The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
Sugar Bowl Ski Area
Fritzie Baer, Mgr of the ski area, 1951. (I still think these Sno Cats are cool).
Sadly, Chet's idea for mobile homes just never caught on.
welcome back Maggie
we could not come over to Oregon this year
yes, good to see you Maggie.
Tucker Sno Cat Co., Medford OR.
French Market area New Orleans
Before potato chips came in a bag....
Right up the highway from my house!
Art Bisch Sr. was born this day in 1926 in Mesa, Arizona. Art flew torpedo bombers in World War II, and afterwards, racing was a good outlet. Art was a regular on the dusty Arizona circuit. He was the Arizona Modified Racing Association champion in 1950, '51 and '53. He also won midget championships in 1952 and 1954. He gravitated to California, dominating the 1956 CRA season. He then moved east to race with USAC, and qualified for his first Indy 500 in 1958. Art would hold off Tony Bettenhausen to win Milwaukee's Rex Mays Classic that season. Tragically, later in the year, Art would pass away as the result of a crash at Lakewood Park Speedway in Atlanta. He was inducted into the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame in 2013.
Stan Callaway of Miami, driverBob Slater or Jimmy Cambell
Dizz Wilson car owner, Bob Carpenter driver per Rootie Kazootie Tommy Hinnershitz Bobby Grim
Thanks Bleach, you da man. We all appreciate the pics u post and now the info to go with them!
1 more car I promise, Rex Winter
Dry n windy Lubbock TX
No it was after they discovered how to get more money delivering them in a can
Thanks! I didn't realize how long it had been. Oregon has been through a tough year. Our whole area was on fire for a while, with some family members and a few friends losing their homes - and we're all tired of those not following the COVID-19 recommendations like some of us have, so our numbers are spiking, again.
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