The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Orcas Island, Washington
Kalkaska, Michigan - Davenport Roadside Cabins and Gas
That looks like a '42 Buick. Pretty rare.
This was taken in the summer of 1949. Anyone have an idea what this is? Some type of Whizzer? Sorry the quality is not better.
Looks like a Whizzer to me,at least the gas tank does.
Take a look at my Whizzer in my photobucket album listed below,thanks for looking. Russ
I believe it is a less rare '46
those cars are messed up! is the one on the right a Caddy?
I see it now after I scrolled over. I bet the drivers got seriously heart
1940 closure of Ridge Route
March 5, 1969: This runaway car wheel lodged into the windshield of a gasoline truck on the 710 Freeway and stuck there. . The driver was not hurt.
Amen! We have a bunch of slides from when our family went out west in 1967 to 1969 while my Dad was getting his college degrees at CSU. As a family of car enthusiasts, the last time me looked at them, the ones with our family pictures were priceless, including the ones that showed our 1962 Chrysler Newport wagon and our 1962 Pontiac Catalina wagon we used for the trips. All of the beautiful scenery, sunset, and sunrise photos were "humdrum" in comparison! One of my favorite childhood memories is of getting my ass busted for hitting our 62 Chrysler wagon with a snowball in July. This was at the top of Pike's Peak! LOL
Was in Weeler over the week end looks the same
#62523 Haight St looking west toward Clayton. I spent a few interesting evenings in the Pall Mall myself, but its long gone now.
The original Fembots
Could be----Here's mine in 1947
The driver's still in the Ford.
I don't think that was a batmobile, It was a lincoln concept car.
The first Batmobile WAS that Lincoln concept car..
Indoor drags, Chicago 60's
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