The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Nothng says America like baseball, hot dogs and the Colt M1911A1. Thank you John Browning.
Would only the geezers among us know what this gent is doing?
Personally, I resent that.
I'd say the answer is Yes.
I wonder how many here would know what "lapping valve seats" would mean?
It's official, I'm a "geezer" and I still have the tools to do that.
at what age does "Geezer" start I'm 58 and 3 of my grandsons could answer this! Is it that lost?
Pictures from West Texas Fair, Abilene, 1923
Airplane belonging to Texaco Oil Company. The 14-passenger plane was used to fly passengers between the Texaco Airport and Port Arthur in the 1930's. Accompanying information states that the plane crashed in the late 30's, killing five men, including the pilot and oil company manager.
Barnstormer airplane at Gunnar and Irene Rydell farm, northwest of Taylor.
February 10, 1958
Grounded plane. Mexico. Cattle Raisers. Seven men, most in suits and hats, are standing near
Katie Sinclair with P51, 1944
Convair shift change, 1958
I know I'm 5 days late with these pics, but it was still a memorable date from "Days Gone By", 60 years ago, the beginning of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
My guess is that he's lapping/polishing a port or valve, though the proximity of the transmission there confuses me.
Her Royal Hotness...and one that usually gets left out...
In Portland, Oregon area we had "The Heck Harper Kid's Show" everyday 5 days a week,
and an hour on Saturday..
" HEY, You sure look like Heck"
Wow! The Hustler! The B58...in1958! One sexy airplane.
Yeah! But didn't they have problems with that Delta wing?
That is a great picture of "Princess Elizabeth", 10 years later, she would rule the "British Empire". Thanks for adding that photo. Here's a couple more, of a beautiful Queen.
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