The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Kenworth powered by Turbine - 1950:
Ford's turbine truck known as Big Red sat on the side of Village Road inside the Ford Design center complex in the late 60's.I believe the rear trailer was missing at that time.You could drive right past it and i did!Never thought to take a photo.It disappeared sometime after that.I was told by a friend who ran the experimental garage at the Dearborn test track on nights that Bill Stroppe received the rear trailer.Bill was a long time Ford/Mercury race car developer.
More experimental Corvairs
I like this one, but that suspension and those 14" wheels make it look like a 'Vette as a gangly teenager! LOL!
Hey guy check out draggingthegut.com for some kool shots of Mcminnville, Or.
That Buick wagon under the sign..........WOW.
Uh, seems like mlight9...post # 9862 and #9864 doesn't seem to get the idea.
I think he's yanking our collective chain. Nobody's THAT thick.
Maybe, "A quart low ?"
WOW, porsche totally ripped em off! talk about 928 lookin....
1954 Buick " Wild Cat 2"
Wow, now THAT'S a lens!! Nice '60 Chevy SD in the background - pressing "start" on the time machine.
Three shots from our 1972 wedding. Our '62 Falcon, which, when we looked under the floormats, had rusted so much you could see the pavement! The place on Lake Fort Gibson in Oklahoma where we honeymooned. And, the little country church in which we wed. Two out of three are still there, but the Falcon is long gone.
i had a 62 falcon, i saw the odometer turn over twice!
I was thinking "WOW" too but I was looking at that white Buick convertible and the red (shoebox?) convertible with the Continental kit behind it...not the four door wagon.
Hey, which one of you is in charge here? Cuz, you missed piling on to the 1972 wedding pictures of that nice looking HAMB couple.
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