The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Holden bodied Buick:
JC Chev with Holden Coupe Ute body:
1934 Holden bodied Oldsmobile Tourer:
Man, that's a nice looking Buick. I want one!
1937 Chevrolet with Holden body:
Gen. MacArthur arrives in Australia - 1942:
Gen MacArthur's staff car outside his HQ in Edward St Brisbane:
Adverts for Ford utes:
1960 Ford Falcon - Australia:
1965 F100 - Australia:
Are you saying the 1960 Ford Falcons sold in Australia had left hand drive?
Keen shot from Hawaii showing wartime personnel
& a Packard in 1944, THANKS to PackardInfo.com!!!
MrFire, these Australian UTES are amazing! I seem to remember
a slant-six Valiant one from this era in the first "Crocodile Dundee"
movie. But I do't know if was badged Plymouth there or not (?).
Seeing shots like this, one might logically wonder how Packard could
ever have gone out of business! Thanks for this vintage image goes
Rosie the Riveter's sister, Sally, at work at Packard during
the war. Thanks for the neat photo goes to PackardInfo.com!
Former President Woodrow Wilson in a fourth-series
Packard Twin Six for a parade.
Keen shot, MrFire! What's the make? I think before he
had to pull out of the Philippines, he had been using a '41
Packard Clipper (with early air, too!)
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