The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
...ya but can she play an "organ"....
that streamlined wrecker is COOL !!!
Probably so!---Simalar to Monica on the "Harmonica".
Pretty good guess. What is strange (to me) is someone, I assume the art dept., rotated the 66 clockwise about 10 degrees. The numbers do not align straight across the bottom. It's as if the numbers are sliding off the sign. Have not been able to find anything on this. Phillips eventually aligned the 66 "properly" during (perhaps) the 2nd update.
I havent been through all 3000+pages yet... this is the Lions Gate Bridge .. goes between Vancouver and west Vancouver... it was opened in 1938
here it is now..
The Cliff House is located at lands end in San Francisco. To my knowledge the photos of the construction and then fire are the first building to be there. It was rebuilt then burned again. The other photo is of the last and current building on that site. The Sutro Baths are just up the hill (around a curve) and was built in the 30's... burned in '68 as I recall. Its an interesting place to visit if your doing the tourist bit, the pools are still there. Down the hill from there was Playland at the Beach, torn down in the late 70's for condos.
here is my father with his old 40 ford. The car is sitting high in the front with no motor.
Our good friend bought one of those condos when they were new and still lives there. Every time we visit we go to the Cliff House. Fun place with decent food.
I'm afraid you're mistaken. I believe that you're thinking about Chuck Norris, not Chuck Connors.
Just thought that you'd like to know.
I'm glad that they saved it. I t is a cultural icon, after all. Now, if they could make their food taste as good as it did when I was a kid, before the health Nazis got them to make their food "healthier".
Oh well, Wishful thinking, I suppose.
Those "golden Arches" were installed during renovations in the existing building because it was found to be structurally unstable. The yellow lighting was added as an attempt to dress up the otherwise drab steel I beams of course they became Icons of the chain when it started,
Olancha, CA Farmhouse Cafe 1939
and Now Ranch House Cafe
on Hwy 395
Lots of old pictures here
That Buick boat in pictures 63394 and 63395 is just too cool. Is there any other story on this?
Like the name on the fender, Satan! Haha
Scantily clad women posing on platform in front of tent to stir up business for “peep show” on the crowded midway of the Michigan State Fair. Photograph by Francis Miller. Detroit, Michigan, September 1950.
Detroit 12th street
"Gangnam Style" 1940's
My Uncle Jack protecting the streets of Los Angeles 1955
Hemit California, - Color Guard from now defunct Elsinore Military School
Railroad Pass Casino Henderson Nevada, 1943
Railroad Pass Casino Henderson Nevada 1960's
How about the '49 Plymouth front bumper?????
I think "Uncle Jack" writes lots of parking tickets!!
That picture is the corner of Washington and Center City Parkway in Escondido, CA. It was taken a few years before I moved here, which was in 1970.
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