The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
So THATS how those machines work!
Beautiful shot of Marilyn.
On set too, looking at the "buildings".
A PC3 and a Corvair, great pic.
It`s "Sheriff Roy " lookin' for that hopped up 34 Ford !
Looks like it. In the distance is the First Methodist Church on Franklin Ave. just off of Highland ... see attached photo.
There seem to be more of those hearse bodied cars behind the front car in the picture. Might be a commercial car swap and show by the pile of parts in the picture.
^^^^^I love the little blonde. She already has the stance down...
Anyone know anything about the floating ladies? I have one that I acquired when my grandpa passed, her hat comes off and she's hollow
IMO, Looks Photoshopped
What is the swoopy cab in the center?
One of my all time favorite people, Donna Mae Mims, 1963 H Production SCCA National Champion.
Donna Mae was a real character. Unfortunately she passed away about 2 years ago.
I didn't ask about the picture, I asked about the ladies
Didn't they dig one up on American Pickers once and it turned out to be a hot water bottle?
My brother and I did this for maybe a week, one summer about 1942-43 in a bowling alley on Route 2 near where Arlington, Belmont and Cambridge Mass meet. Then the automated pin setters were initiated there, developed by a friend's dad.
I owned a 51 Ford Ambulance, real low mileage with a 6 in it. Smooth ride too. Sold it to a buddy that went swap meeting weekly.
Winner! thanks for the tip
I want that Rock Island locomotive. Those "F" units were quite a bit better looking than today's locomotives.
OK. I'll ask...WTF?
Agreed. The F units were great looking as were my favorites the E units. We traveled on The City of Los Angeles from Chicago to L.A. in 1950. I was 6 but
I remember the trip and the beautiful train clearly.
Looks like the body came off the car, like the funny cars blowing up ????????????????
I like the REAL one!!!
dirty old man from one to another
There were photos of them several hundred pages back. Very cool body. As I remember not many survive. Maybe someone can jump in with more details.
1941 Checker Model A Taxi...
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