The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Here's a few "Vintage Tacoma Wa.".
Check 'em out here:
Thanks. My brother is the family micro-car expert, he has a King Midget, built in our native Athens, Ohio.
OH!---Don't be so mad!----I only hit one fender!
Looks like Buster Keaton.
"Car 54 Where are you?"
Not to be picky, but to be correct...this was posted in post #89913 and stated to be a '28 Essex. It is actually a 1927 Chevrolet.
any one know who made this thing?
Anyone know who made this thing?
I can finally add to this thread. Here's me in my younger days (very young haha):
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Still got dad's Falcon...don't know whether to repaint or keep it with patina
Bob Segar used to play at the bar in the background in the late 60's
Early bikers in Peck Mi.
Buffalo Skyway Built in 1953, this 1.4-mile long, 110-foot tall limited-access bridge begins at the Inner Harbor downtown, crosses the Buffalo River and touches down as Route 5 in the Outer Harbor. Route 5 continues for another 2.6 miles as a limited-access expressway built on an embankment of slag. The highway's oddly configured exit ramps lead to a confusing series of one-way streets that further hinder access to the waterfront. There is no pedestrian access between downtown and the Outer Harbor.
Looks to be pedal powered, so I doubt speed would be much of a problem as long as he stays away from hills.
where did you find the pictures of the Livermore Block Busters?
Where did you find the picture of The Livermore Blockbusters? (I'm from there)
From Niagara Dragstrip Tribute
More vintage memories from the past...
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