The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
my brothers car was accepted into the show at the unveiling ceremonies of this car in 2007 he has a 37 plymouth that looks brand new, it even won 1st in class at a national chrysler show, he was there of course for this cars showing said it was the worst thing he ever saw !
What the fuck!
just ran this number through the uk insurance data base and this bugatti sports is still on the insurance data base which means its still around
Famous picture of a famous man.
That is Raymond Mays at the 1924 Shelsey Walsh hillclimb.
The car was a 1923 Bugatti Type 13 'Brescia'
And yes, its still around.
Here are a few old Jeep adds
Willys in the desert
Boy Scout Trip in the Sierra 1934
It looks like the fishing was good!
(my Dad and Uncle 3rd and 2d from the right)
Grampa's Buick in Titus Canyon (Death Valley, CA)
Street version of the GT40, the MKIII.
Longer tail to make room for luggage, and different shape front fenders to raise the headlights ( which were quad round ones instead of the twin rectangular ones on the racers)
Nunzi's shop; Ground Zero for Pontiac addicts.
People of 1957: "I'm sure we all wonder what the people of 2007 could tell us if they could only reach backward in time."
People of 2007: "Pack the car better next time."
"Stash it away in the in an above ground bunker!"
And remove the battery this time.
1942 Florence, Alabama
BMW AM 4
My Little Margie
Love That Bob
My dad was a commercial artist back in the day. These are some of his illustrations.
Your father was one hell of an artist! Especially like the Edsel. How were these illustrations used?
That's pure sex right there!
Didn't know they carried Trenchbroom's in the 50's...
OK, they don't make 'em like this anymore. Man is driving a vehicle that has got to be a handful with what looks like a broken left wrist and a smoke in is right hand.
^^^^That looks like Steve McQueen to me.
Absolutely - Bad A$$.
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