The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
New York City, 1934
Shots like this make me wonder if one of those cars could be the one in my garage. Hopefully I am not the only on who thinks this throughout this thread.
I believe that is a Hawker Hurricane look at the canopy behind the guy fueling it.
Boy, what a find - a preproduction test mule Continental Mark II. No emblems, odd wheelcovers, but not disguised otherwise and loaded with extra gauges and a probe of some sort in the grille. It's an a/c car and it looks like it's undergoing some hot weather testing.
This is a Jowett Jupiter, opposed flat four, front wheel drive. Wikipedia for more info.
I think it's a Hawker Hurricane.
Is this a Ford? - a good looking phaeton...
It looks like the area outside of Kingman around Yucca Az. the now location of the Chrysler Proving Grounds...AKA the former location of the Ford Proving Grounds...
And is this worse then texting while driving.
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Distracted driving is a new thing?
I have a Terado Dynamo new in box for a 12V. It shows use for a shaver and a radio in car on instruction sheet too!
Two humpback convertible/phaetons. Never seen one hot rodded. Would love to own one.
Gotta be Hanoi Jane Fonda, the bitch! I woulda liked to have gotten in her skivvies tho!
beg to differ - seen a lot and this ain't any of em.
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"Not much information about his image except that the original owner told me the photograph was taken at a Royal Australian Air Force base in Victoria. I wonder why the young guy is still in his PJ's and dressing gown?"
A Ford Prefect 100E in Victoria, Australia, in 1959.
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