The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Seafarers were "aftermarket" not govt issue. Govt issue had button fly's, Seafarers had zippers and the bell bottoms were more exaggerated.
I would very much like to know more about her!
My guess she is ~ mid-late 60's, Somebody's Grandma and her assets are now fully exposed.
A couple of these are in my intro, but it's been a while, so here's my Dad posed up on his '50 Olds.
I gotta agree, they certainly do! I bought 3 pairs at the BX in Taipei, Taiwan, 1969 for 4 bucks a pair, wish I still had 'em, even though I couldn't get 'em on!
Had a pair back in the day, but i was too used to Levi's to ever wear them much.
High School girls basketball team from the early-mid '30's. That's my grandmother seated on the bench at the far left.
This is her some years later with my grandfather, Dad and uncle (twins), and aunt.
Don't want to offend, but this is what you could find in the High School yearbook advertisements in the early 1920's around here:
Many times, when you refer to a post number, it is no longer valid as some post in between have been deleted. It would be better to quote it with the picture.
1933 Dodge Sedan on the Race Track at the 1933 Chicago World's Fare
Ginger Rogers, 1933
publicity photo for the 1933 movie 'Rafter Romance'
right hand drive Isetta??????????? why not?
Straddle Carriers, probably 1930s
"They told me not to buy a car built on a Friday!"
Here's some interesting pics from the City of New Westminster, BC. waterfront. I work very near where these pics are taken, on an island in the middle of the river. Most of this area is now condos and a very upscale hotel/casino.
Early Depoe Bay, Oregon
NICE! Thanks for sharing your family photos.
Portland's first traffic signal 1913
Shit man you really step in it
Fogarty Creek, Oregon Coast
Friday Harbor, San Juan Island, Washington
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