The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Is this Snow Ridge in Turin, New York?
Nice 32 V8 Tudor behind the LZ far right.
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Parking Lot at Dutch Hill Ski Resort
<TABLE><TBODY><TR><TD><DL class=image-details><DT class=town>Town: <DD class=town>Readsboro </DD></DL></TD><TD><DL class=image-details><DT class=county>County: <DD class=county>Bennington </DD></DL></TD><TD><DL class=image-details><DT class=county>State: <DD class=county>Vermont </DD></DL></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
<DL class=image-details><DT class=date>Date: <DD class=date>1947 - 1958 <DT class=description>Description: <DD class=description>This photograph, taken between 1947 and 1958, is of the parking area at the Dutch Hill Ski Resort. Automobiles line the paved area, while to the left the wooden frame T-Bar building and lift can be seen. </DD></DL>
The Old Toll House, Mt Mansfield
Look behind that 4 door "Zepher"--Isn't that a '32 Tudor??
I think that comes under ; Beat Me, Whip Me, Make Me Write Bad Checks
For those who want to study this image in detail , here is a link to the full-size
P.S This is quite a large file so expect it to take a while to download
WOW.....I remember this place. Al Packer Ford on Harford Road in Baltimore. My brother bought a used 1967 Comaro SS 350 there in 1970.
Indianapolis. Corner of Sumner and south Harding street
Whatever it is I WANT IT
Here are some goodies! Jim
While not actually 'Vintage shots', the article is of a vintage nature.
It is from the 1949 Batman series and he just got socked by Robin.
This reminds me of one of the many crazy rhymes my late mother (who passed away a year today) would recite to us as children...
When Fred, in battledress arrayed,
Appeared upon his first parade,
The sergeant said, " Well, me beauty,
You're down for camouflage duty.
Be careful of this paint, don't spill it,
Now go and camouflage your billet."
But private Fred was somewhat rash,
It tempted him to make a splash.
He slapped it here and slapped it there,
As if he simply didn't care.
And made, I tremble to confess,
An absolute, gosh-awful mess.
And when the spread chaos he spied,
The angry sergeant nearly died.
"You so and so", cried sergeant Relf,
"Now go and camouflage yourself!"
Fred baled before the sergeant bold,
And neatly did as he was told.
So always willing to obey,
He camouflaged himself away.
Thus, Fred was never seen again,
And every evening, after ten.
A strange phenomonem is seen,
To happen in the wet canteen.
A pint pot on the bar will stand,
And quite untouched by human hand,
Will rise aloft to unseen lips,
And disappear in silent sips.
"That's Fred!, the old sweats sadly say,
"What camouflaged himself away."
But camouflaged it as he will,
He's here with us in spirit, still.
And though we cannot see his face,
His stomach's in the proper place.
By Cyril Fletcher
Speed cars mounted with Heavy Browning Machine Gun to offset any possibility of rioting during the 1932 Presidential Elections in Nicaragua.
Some of the entries in the beauty contest. Price is center of coal mining activities for Utah. Price, Carbon County, Utah. July 1946
This nice big pic titled 1941_desoto_business_coupe20 is a 42 of course. A neat item that was part of the Fifth Ave Ensemble accessory package that year was the steering wheel joint stash/dispenser...
DKW not a T-Bird
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