The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Thanks for posting - it was great to watch
Recommend to anyone to view
GM built a recreation of the Pirate. It's been in the AACA musuem.
Where's the safety glasses????
Yes, thanks from me too, an excellent film.
The O/T Shelby in post 80602 is sitting in the Ed Martin Ford parking lot in Indy. I see other Shelbys and Mustangs as well. I can remember going there in 1970 with my brother to see the 69 428 CJ vert that Bob Glidden was just finishing up. Got to watch him do a couple of short shots with it in the side lot after closing.....glory days
She had style, and dare I say it, she had Grace too.....
This is the late Griff Borgeson in 1959 overseeing the return to the USA of the Packard Cable Special which had been purchased years before by Bugatti , around 1919.
There were two such cars that returned. One of them ultimately made its way into the Smithsonian Institution.
Griff wrote a number of books, two of them are:
"The Golden Age of the American Racing Car" and
both excellent reading.
How about a really old Studebaker dealer.......
Pulaski, IL 1905
Orange, CA 1920
Nashville, IL 1890
Corner of Hohman ave and Russel Street, Hammond, IN
That makes at least three of you who identified the specifics of this obscure photo, another confirmation of the expertise on this site!
That's Twiggy, back when most girls were a bit more "Rubenesque", she started the trend to very thin tall models.
I think I went to school with her!
Art Connely Barber Shop in Highland, Kansas.
Iowa, Sac and Fox Presbyterian Mission, Doniphan County, Kansas
I visited this historic site a few years ago. It's a rather interesting historical building out in the middle of nowhere, run by the Kansas Historical Society.
A couple of autos from the 1900's in front of a rural church in Doniphan County, Kansas.
Missouri River paddleboat on the border between Missouri and Kansas near Nebraska.
Highland University, Highland, Kansas. Originally founded by the Presbyterian Church on the Sac-Fox Reservation as an educational institution for the tribe, it is now a public two year school.
Union Pacific depot in Highland, Kansas. The caption says between 1950 and 1960, but I think that Ford dates it a little closer to 1960 than 1950.
All the above photos came from Kansas Memory.org.
Photo 1: The old Tamale stand on Whittier Blvd
Photo 2: Greenleaf Ave, Uptown Whittier 1969
Photo 3: The Sundown Drive-In at Washington and Lambert in Whittier.
Photo 4: Whittier Blvd and Durfee 1930
Diane Arbus took a photo of her little brother! Gary
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