The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Bob Wright '27 Ford Roadster, Cadillac powered. Was a Rex Burnett cut away car in Hot Rod Magazine in Oct '49 I think. I asked Don about it and this is what he said "The supercharger appears to be the one John Beverage designed and built around 1950. Bob Wright and Don Berg tried it on their '27 T". Don
A.J Foyt at Daytona 1962 for the 3 hour race. He co-drove this Tempest with Junior Johnson, but Foyt blew the engine before Johnson could drive.
I saw this car in the Gilmore Museum last summer. It is not particularly my favorite, but the work it took to put this Deuce together. It was fun to look it over.
Yes Dad you are correct!
Barbara Eden on the hood and Shelley Fabares by the door.
"Ride the Wild Surf" (1964)
Pretty good surfing movie.
The grille on this 56 looks different than stock. Anyone know what it is?
I think it's the original grille with some of the bars removed.
Isn't that Chili Catallo's coupe? The blue and white one on the cover of the Beachboy's album "Little Duece Coupe"? The grille shell and lake pipes on that car are pretty wild.
Cars had real class and style back years ago along with plenty of chrome.
Today cars are not has fancy and today we have plastic which is made to look like real chrome.
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