The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
man you gotta love this thread, just awesome.
I don't think it's a Jag. A little bit off the subject in the late 50's early 60's a buddy of mine was an apprentice at the machine tool company Archdales at that time the company was working on the machine tools to produce the V12 Jag engine. That's how long it took to develop the engine for production
do you know where this pic was taken? it looks alot like a little town called seven mile outside of hamilton ohio at the intersection of 503 and 127
The "mother lode"!
Thanks, Johnny, now i recall why i joined the Navy, the navyguys always had the coolest slacks, shirts, caps etc! i served the german navy on a submarine for sev. years, we sub guys didn't have to greet in the formal way or shave our pale faces.. not bad conditions for a 20plus year ole fellow! hands in the pockets and stroll down to damn uboat-harbor, had a great time!
a nice remake from i think the 90's starring Alec Baldwin! seen it lots a times, simply great, esp. the Cord 810 as taxi, nice driving skills and sounds! not to forget he's nearly been driven over by a 41 Poncho at the end when only he can see the non-existing hotel.. Penelope Ann Miller is such a devil woman and Tim Curry isn't bad either!
I had an XKE V12 and looks the same to me. The narrow valve covers look the same. No rocker arms. It was a 60 degree V12. The dist was in the center of the valley. I wish I could tell on the photo.
"Birdie wit der yellow bill
Hopped upon my windowsill
Cocked a shining eye and says,
What are you going to do tonight, Sugar -- bowl?"
1946, Sierra Madre Blvd, Pasadena, one of the deuces belonged to Blackie Gold, picture is in one of the Don Montgomery hot rod books
I guess I'm OK with those wheel things. But that lever coming off of the lower left pulley...? That's gonna have to be removed!
Neat, thanx. Just 2 years before I was born! Gary
The set above plucked from http://www.soultones.com/pc_harmon.html
Ms Marilyn Munroe is riding up the chair lift at Norquay, Banff way back in 1953, She was here shooting the 20th Century Foxs River of no Return with Robert Mitchum. She injured her ankle and recuperated at the Banff Springs. The movie was made in CinemaScope and much of it was filmed in Banff and Jasper National Parks and Lake Louise, Alberta.
See more photos of Marilyn Munroe while she stayed in Banff
Channel 12 in Richmond, VA had Sailor Bob from 1959 to 1969. He showed Popeye cartoons and sketched live on the air. I got to see him a couple of times in person.
No, it's Route 7 - Bennington Vermont.
Uploaded some pictures they are mostly from the Netherlands
These first 3 are from a ralley trough Europe: Greece, Yougoslavia, Bulgary
This is from the first delivery company in town:
A russian delegation scientists in the Netherlands, got more of these pics somewhere.
Cities Service filling station in Oklahoma City from the Donald Ellis collection.
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