The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Some more from vinnyvrg on flickr:
This was my parents car when new, a 1950 Meteor Deluxe 4 door sedan. That's me hanging on to the accessory tailfin at the age of 5. A Canadian Ford model it was two-tone Brown and had most every option you could get at the time.
Ontario Police directing highway traffic in 1928, Chrysler 52 Buick McLaughlin Ford Model A
Washing the 1933 Ford 5 window coupe after a repaint in 1940
1957 Ford Custom 2 Door Ontario Provincial Police in Grand Bend
1948 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery damaged and still on the hook
1954 Monarch Lucerne Hardtop ( Canadian Mercury )
Cities Service Station c. 1959 Ontario Canada
1963 Pontiac Strato - Chief 2 Door post ( Canada )
1955 Chevrolet Bel-Air Sedan
1955 Morris Minor 1000 Pickup LHD
1931 Ford Model AA Dump Trucks (2 New Ones)
1950 to 1954 Allard J2 J2X Cadillac Powered London Motor Co. Photographed in Oakville Ontario Canada on Kerr Street in 1958 this Allard J2X was owned by a nephew of screen actor Walter Pidgeon. As a resident of Oakville and working in Toronto it was on sunny days his daily driver. Powered by a 5.4 litre Cadillac OHV engine, the exact year of this car is unknown. It shows a one piece windscreen, wire wheels with knock off caps and LHD steering.
Cities Service Station c. 1940
1940 Dodge Panel 1 Ton Ambulance
British American Service Station early B-A in Ontario Canada c. 1930
1914 Harley Davidson Motorcycle in a parade when new
Early 1920 's Ford Model T delivery truck Canada built
If you look up the photostream on flickr there are more detailed captions with the pics.
I think this is one of the most fascinating photos of this tread. It is so eery -- you could almost feel the silence of the scene and the chill of the fog.
The planes don't have wings or props, but they have auxiliary fuel tanks.
I'm guessing that this is in Britain, partly assembled aircraft shipped from the U.S., unloaded in Britain, and then assembled for combat...perhaps in preparation for D-Day...the trucks look British, think that that is a British roundel on the fender
Yep, Lockeed "Lightning's" P-38's on the move!
Spot on. P-38 Lightnings being towed along Queen's Drive in Liverpool, on the way to Liverpool Airport, Speke, England dated 1/9/43.
Yep I must agree that is one beautiful woman. Wow
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This picture is so sad. The poor girl is starving...
Yep a tragic and truly damning picture
to be sure. As the saying went 'back
in the day' - this girl and a whole lot
of ordinary people just like her too,
through absolutely no fault of their
own saw "a lot more mealimes
than meals". Don't ever think
that it can't or won't happen here
I'm not a prude by any means but #78442
is, if not inappropriate, just so wrong at many levels.
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