The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Testing three different designs of headers to see which set went faster...
Controversial hood ornament
A few personal pics from back when.
I was the reigning county fair demo derby champ several years running. I went by "Crash Gordon" The two kids (stepsons) in the pic of the '59 are older now than I was then! Couple of my old bikes. The pan was my first Harley, Ended up looking a lot better than it does in this pic but i don;t have a picture after I completely redid it. The Trumpet was built from $100 basket case.
Chunks of Raw Rubber
A cave in caused by workers creating a underground tunnel
The re-branded "Peachtree on Peachtree" hotel was originally called the Winecoff Hotel. On December 7, 1946, 199 people died in the Winecoff, in what is still the worst hotel fire in US history. The hotel has been renovated and it re-opened as the Ellis Hotel at the end of 2008.
February 4, 1922, the Ford Motor Company buys the Lincoln Motor Company. Standing: Henry Ford and Lincoln founder Henry Leland. Seated: Edsel Ford and Wilfred Leland.
Looks like the Wolf Man is about to be cited
This is the man who invented the Toothbrush. If anyone else had invented it, it would have been called the Teethbrush.
The Swamp People's answer to John Force.
Yeah, I know....I'm just funnin'. Very cool none the less!
I was going to wait until I finished looking through this entire thread until I posted but it's just too damn big! I'm jumpin' in now. Here are some shots of my wife's side of the family. These guys loved their cars!
Short answer is no. But, you can FEEL BETTER by going to the top of the page and voting a 5-star rating. That way, we keep new blood coming and looking. New viewers equals new FINDS in their closets and attics!
This thread is amazing.
here's a local parade from the town where I live. It's 1967 but maybe somebody will recognize the cars.
I really like these shots. They may already be on here, but the quality is so good, they're worth looking at again
I hope this makes it on page 1958?
I thought it was an early SUV...
Building a Viaduct over the tracks
Military Steam Engines??
Union trains in the Civil War. City Point, Virginia during the siege of Petersburg. June 1864- April 1865 Great image!
You learn something new everyday,
Well then I wonder if that's the General at the throttle?
waiting for the guy in #39082
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