The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Bringing home thanksgiving dinner
Coolest cops around, 1934 NYPD radio car.
Huntington Beach pier with a clear view of Catalina
Oh...that is too funny. Turn 180 degrees. It's Bardot.
Well, the Wikipaedia page on the Vultee shows that picture, so there is a fair bet you are right.
Doc, you nailed it, here is the same photo, with the following caption:
English: This woman worker at the Vultee-Nashville is shown making final adjustments in the wheel well of an inner wing before the installation of the landing gear, Nashville, Tenn. This is one of the numerous assembly operations in connection with the mass production of Vultee "Vengeance" dive bombers.
Hey Now that's my kinda girl.
Cars seemed like works of art back in the day with their fat fenders and classic looks not to mention tons of chrome.
Great shots and plenty of wonderful memories from a by gone era of time.
Thank you for that! The oleo leg scissors/hydraulic line set up and that odd 'brush bar' sold it, there were some very different and rather distinctive aspects of the Vengeance.
Somewhat of a failure in it's primary role of dive bomber they went on to be extensively used in liaison/training roles.
I dare say the entire local population may have a slight issue too!
Remember the guy who would come around in the drive-in to make sure you had all your clothes on?
Social Hot Spot: In 1937, Benson Smith Drug Store, on King and Fort streets, was a mainstay in Honolulu, not only for its pharmacy, its supply of toiletries, candy and perfumes, but also for its soda fountain. It was a popular meet-up spot for the town’s socialites.
photos: bishop museum
Even the car's smiling.
Love these old pics
Yeah, but at the time I was wearing my PJ's with the footies!
Franklin Air Cooled Engine
Fox Air Cooled Engine
Engine Dynamometer circa.1923
nice looking dash in this cabriolet....anyone know what make it is ?
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