The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Are you sure Dad won't mind?
Rootie, here's the Ross-Page car as it exists today. It's apparently part of the Peterson Automotive Museum Collection.
Back before WWII in East Los Angeles, there was a group of early rodders who were building what they called "roadsters" out of a bunch of scrapyard parts on modified Model A frames.
What was the House of David --An amusement park in Michigan?
Two of the Pacific Northwest's great treasures:
Pendleton Woolen Mills, Pendleton, Oregon
CC Filson, Seattle, Washington
Uncle Damon and the Ranchero, purchased with the money received for being awarded top salesman from Ford Motor Company in 1954.
Maggie is back...thanks for the pics.
Ann Angel, age 11, Sharpesville.
You're welcome, we moved, so it's been a while since I've posted.
Winter 1949, North Dakota and neighboring states.
Moving to the golf course, Walla Walla, Washington.
I'm pretty sure this has been posted in the past, but the lengths one goes to transport a car in Nepal.....
Cool photos throughout, great photo series on Casa de Cadillac Dealership....
In the early '50s, my uncle took me
and my cousins to Riverside Speedway at Riverside Park in Agawam, MA. The track is gone, and it's now Six Flags.
What could go wrong?
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