The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Who the hell put "Hanoi Jane's" mug back up on this thread ?
Among several guesses, yours was absolutely the closest. In Germany they used mostly coal to generate carbon monoxide gas to run the engine. In Scandinavia (Finland, Sweden, Norway) we used generally wood but the system was similar. These monoxide generators were used during the WWII and for several years after.
If you are referring to post 83992, then - wrong - its Jacqueline Bisset.
Thanks to everyone who has chimed in on these vehicles ! I've been trying to figure out exactly how the engines ever ran on wood or coal . I'm told that electricity could be generated using such methods too. scrubba
Interesting! Could you pls supply a copy of one of these shots?
not a W196, but it is 1952, and suggests Engelbert was as possible as Conti' ...
while i'm at it;
Looks as if it has been deleted.
Children huddled in a bomb shelter experiencing an air raid during World War II, Britain, 1940
Found a photo from the mid-60's outside the Zesto Drive inn in Brookings, SD.
I know the owner of the bucket.
The picture has been pulled. It was her in her "barbarella out fit at the top of page 4200
Photoshopped with Jack Webb's head pasted on another body. Not vintage.
Here you go...
Since you asked so nice.
And if the sight of her gets your panties in a bunch, avert your eyes to Anita Pallenberg who was the prettier one of the two anyway.
Yes she does get my panties in a bunch and it should bother yours as well Shes a Evel Bitch
What bothers me is arguments and discussions about things that have nothing to do with Traditional Hot Rods or Traditional Customs on this Traditional Hot Rod & Custom Site.
Right on! BTW, "Evel," really??
Separate names with a comma.