The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Russian Built Zis automobiles. Very cool photo.
Thank you for showing.
I know you see Motorcycles,..... But look closer California 1946
Intersection of Fair Oaks and Colorado, Pasadena, CA 1929
Taxis in front of Tanner Livery, 1936
Arroyo Terrace, Pasadena, 1915. The wall in the picture is still there today.
Moon roadster, 1924, Pasadena
Gilmore Gasoline and Miller Tire store, Pasadena, 1926
Southeast corner, Los Robles and Colorado, Pasadena, 1924. Before traffic signals, there was the traffic cop in the middle of the intersection on a box.
Foothill looking towards Lake, Pasadena, 1927
All these photos from the Huntington Library collection
Thats about the time we used to go watch the "La Brea hill climbs" in the hills above Crenshaw blvd. (L.A.)
Some were even brave enough to run a full dressed Harley or Indian up the climb, only to stall out or fall off, resulting in the bike chasing the rider back down the hill!!
From the same collection,....
^^ Great pics turning up lately.
I was wondering if anybody could identify the car in this picture.
Man is my great uncle. According to a brief diary note, this picture was taken during a trip by my great aunt and uncle to Yellowstone National Park.
They late owned a Dort touring car, but I do not think this is a Dort (wooden spoke rims).
That is an early Dodge Brothers touring car about 1917, I think.
Summit wolf creek pass colo elevation 10,500ft
??? Not sure where you get your info???
Wikipedia states 10,857 ft for Wolf Creek Pass. My old Rand McNalley shows 10,850 ft...
Not that I would expect my great aunt to be accurate in the early 1920's...
Looks like they gonna mess it up bad
Looks just like Victoria's Secret, built just last year. You guys are really pushing the buttons.
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