The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Shouldn't gravity be having an effect here?
Well, gravity need something to pull ON!
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Whatch you talkin bout Willis ,,,,,,
No, not an inventor. He was one of the most famous industrial designers of the 20th Century, everything from toasters to locomotives including the beautiful '53 Studebaker coupe. There is more info in some of the other posts above by myself and others.
I am pretty sure this is Vampira.
lmao, exactly what i was thinking.
Early rat rod?
I never said anything !
And seeing it's page 1955, here's a 55 I owned.
And 1955 V/8s
Glacier Blue body and India Ivory lid on that 55 Nomad .... the color I plan on painting my 59 wagon .... luv it!
"And NOW---My little pretty---I'm gonna send you to Kansas"!!!!!!!!
"I'll just skirt around these "Hussies"---Late for work anyhow!!
Miss "Flat chest" 1949.
Cameraman/wingwalker is Jersey Ringels, 1921:
Radun's Kendall station on Akron Rd.
Don't know what they're doing here:
1948 Kearney, NE
1950 Wharton TX
Sheriff Tom "Buckshot" Lane spinning the propeller of his plane that was bought with the dollar contributions everyone gave. All the contributers names are written on the plane.
Separate names with a comma.