The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
American Bantam roadster, from 1947 Life, would love to have it today, lots of them laid down their lives to become drag roadsters:
...and I guess you could pick up girls with one!
...or maybe one of these!
Downtown Valparaiso , Florida . Located near Eglin Air Force Base .
1911 Aircraft Carrier , USS Pennsylvania
I love this car and the photo too.
Balanced Rock Garden of the Gods.Colorado
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</td><td>Old frame house at 2610 Jackson St. from Alta Plaza. San Francisco.1953 I wish this is what I saw when I step out of my house.
Detroit Bike , Motorcycle , & Gramaphone Store circa 1912 .
All I did was tell him to heel
The woman in the photo is Preston Tucker's secretary Dee Dee Jordan. On the left is her husband Al and on the right is the late Richard Jones who was the authority on all things Tucker. The car is Tucker #1022.
If you like Tucker photos and history check out my Tucker thread on the HAMB at:
The Devestators were totally obsolete by 1942, the Japanese made mincemeat of them. Destruction rate was nearly 100% at Midway, they were so slow it was like skeet shooting for IJN gunners.
Here's some more from the Vancouver,BC. area, including the first "horseless carriage" to arrive in the area.
....................And then, in the end Dog's ruled the world, and they too build cars in the 19th century of their reign over the green planet.
Then at the pinnacle of the K9 race 'Fidoryan' looking back over many kennels past dedicated the greatest kennel on the Intercollar and started the H.A.M.B. (Someone think of a K9 hamb).
Doc.Yeah, I have no idea what I'm talkin' about either.........
Yup, that is the Grumman J2F Duck, mainly used as a Utility aircraft they were also used as Search/Air Sea Rescue aircraft by US Navy, AAF, Marines and Coast Guard. They saw survive until just after the end of WWII, apart from that I don't know shit about them!!
Looking at Google earth this house is gone, but the white one to the left of it is still there.
My '47 Whizzer was fun too!
what are you referring to? for this purpose you should use the qoute-button, and the first post here should be some lines about you in the intro area,
More from Vancouver and surrounding area.
Is that you in the photo?If so Wow Awesome .If not still Awesome.
And more. For the BC HAMBers, pictures 7 & 10 are Point Grey Road, along todays Spanish Banks! The last one is in Victoria. Imagine filling all those oil cans, one at a time.
Looks like Lancia Aprilia to me, built between 1936 and 1939, it had a record drag coefficient in its time (0.47) and was advertised as "berlinetta aerodinamica".
you see, a good ride shouldn't be yer only quality!!
oh man, Doc, whatever ya smokin', please wait for me with the next portion
funny stuff as always!
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