The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Don't know if i want to be the one to fire or the one with the vest???
Was someone upset with customer service?
They must've thought it had a slide-out
I'm guessing maybe it happened as result of a tornado?
No cell phones, no video games, just having real fun playing and being a kid.
This last picture with all the '57 Chevys got me to thinking. Somewhere someone must have traded in an old '32 Ford for a new Rambler.
88298 is 1977 Johnstown, Pa. Flood
My Uncle Frank when they asked him to be a Crosley car dealer in Rochester NY.
Our Grandma in California who we nicknamed the "Little Old Lady From Pasadena" with her 54 Chevy.
The caption says last train of the Appalachian Railway.
5th Infantry Division rolled into Albion, Indiana on August 25, 1941. The narrative goes on to say that this Division landed at Utah Beach on D-Day.
"That's the last time I volunteer to drive for the car pool!"
Is this kelloggs plant in San Leandro, Ca ??
Gulf Mobile and Northern Railroad's Rebel locomotive power in New Albany, Mississippi. The caption says 1930's and these particular locomotives were bought in 1935. The railroad was merged in 1940, so that should be close to correct.
Sure looks like it. I'll be in the area tomorrow. If I think about it I'll try to go by and take a picture from the same spot.
Yes, that appears to be a '40 Chev so maybe sometime from Fall of '39 until the RR merged. Thanks for the photo, I was unaware of these locomotives and at first glance thought it might be one of the articulated Zephyrs, but I see that it is not. Quite interesting.
Cool video. At 2:32, is that a fender-less roadster sitting behind the service station?
My Dad Worked as a mechanic for EC Anthony on Van Ness
said he would walk through the shop every morning and said good morning to them
clear that snow..
WOW, what an awesome sign. Erwin Chevrolet, 6000 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA.
what the guy doing to the other guy thats buried in the sand
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