The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
For what ?
Looks more like a fan to me. Maybe it's some guys idea of a limosine. Or a sightseeing rig. Not an R V. Looks like it's painted with aluminum paint. Very poor choice.
Yep!---If you were first in line at the signal----You would know when it was going to change,---The mechinism made so much noise you could get a "Jump start"!!!!
Sorry to repost this but does anyone have any info on this Ford?
its the mach1 show car from around 1960-70,
North Conway NH
At Niagara Dragstrip
I witnessed this happen to me so many times in my youth.
Although, I did laff my azz off!
The Adventures of The Abernathy Kids: These two boys (aged ten and six) supposedly alone rode their ponies from OK to NYC in 1910. They then drove a Brush car back home alone. In 1911 they rode horses from NYC to San Francisco and in 1913 rode the Indian Motorcycle from OK to NYC. Read the fascinating story and see many more photos @ theoldmotor.com
Feb. 19, 1958: Flooding on Flower Street between 5th and 6th streets during a storm forces drivers to wade to the sidewalks.
March 5, 1929: Fire destroys four large tents holding the Los Angeles Auto Show. This panorama, made from two separate prints, was published the next day in the Los Angeles Times.
Nov. 28, 1952: A police officer watches traffic on Hollywood Boulevard after holiday lights were turned on, in this photo looking east from McCadden Place.
1958, actress Sandra Giles and the "You Auto Buy Now" week campaign.
The Smiling Irishman at Western and Pico, 1952.
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