The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Top pic on this page was the second pic posted right at the beginning of this great thread!
Ralphie, is that you?
I would guess Riverside, CA
Hey Cut55, many thanks for the link to this interesting site. It is not limited to So Cal. I looked up the early surroundings from my youth in Northern New Jersey.
First try on posting. Photo of factory is the original Detroit Hudson plant in the early teens; the building still stands. The swanky convertible is a 35 Hudson delivered to a starlet, posed in a neighborhood near the Hudson plant.
Can anybody ID this little rig? Not standard issue "artillery" wheels but kinda looks like a Chevy "Bowtie" on the hubcaps, then again...
Man, I'm sure glad that customer lounges look better than this one now days! Gary
Looks to be a 1936 Chevrolet woody, with standard artillery wheels.
Hmmmm, at least he's not recycling garbage....................
From Y-Block Guy facebook pages
I presume that's a high school to the left. Based entirely on the iron out front. LOVE the in-progress '40.
Hollywood High School
Any more info or pics of this T? I really would like to see how the fuel tank was incorporated.
HEY ART,----Eyes right!!
I beleive that it was Fred Steele's car that was om the cover of a Ventures LP
Here is a picture of album
Looks like way different suspension, to me.
Yep that's a different one.
I found this from another thread but no info.
Lettering translates: 15th Coastal Artillery Regiment, Headquarters Battery.
Chalk Hill in Woodland Hills. @ Ventura and Winnetka looking west up Ventura Bl. Taft High (I graduated there in '73) is on the left.
Looks as tho the girl had a cell phone even back then!----Haa!
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