The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
See? This is all Tom Brady was trying to do.
What's up with the swastika?
It was around long before the Nazi's took it as their own.
Look at this, it's been beat to death here before.
It is an ancient symbol. Used in this country by the Navajos meaning good luck.
Nazis used it in it's reversed mirror imaged form.
Hamburger stand with old brands, Dumas, Texas russell lee 1939
Mercedes 59-68. See that H in the windshield'? Its a symbol
to remind drivers that we changed to driving on the right
side of the road september 67 so pic is taken late 67 i supose
its from an ad about Ericsons first mobile phone
The Edmonton Swastikas was a women’s hockey team in the Canadian city of Edmonton, in Alberta, which was formed in 1916. Their equipment a swastika encircled a shield, which lived up to its name. At that time, more than 15 years before Hitler carry the Nazi party to power in Germany with the same symbol, the swastika was a common symbol in many <nobr>cultures</nobr> without any global significance. It was the first hockey team with this symbol, preceded a men’s team from Windsor, Ontario, and a few years later they did another female team, The Fernie Swastikas.
I don't know... put a funny little mustache on the guy in the middle and.. Just sayin'
Thunder Road with Robert Mitchum
Seattle residents should know what this is......
Have you posted these on the vintage stock car thread? The guys would love them.
Goddammit, I got to pick this stuff up!
Rita Hayworth was something else. Sure... she's 'decent'.
stop crying about it.
"Don't cry over spilled milk"
I just had to say that
Is that an early Divco milk truck?
Damn, I'm gone again! Thanks Jim.
Is this Windsor, ON, looking at Detroit? Looks like the Fisher building in the background... with the Penebsocot Building in front of it?
SAS in North Africa in WWII
and Hollywood's version Rat Patrol
Indoor drag racing ... what could possibly go wrong with that ??!! If someone got crossed up going through the doors, I don't think the hay bales were going to cut it....
Inspecting a 1920 (?) Mack Truck in Baja in 1962
Separate names with a comma.