The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
The Gull wing. Looks Like Williams Grove speedway infield and that might be Doug Stearly's car.
I got a little confused yesterday and posted these on another thread thinking I was here. These are from an Uncle's photo collection. He's the guy with the brand new '55. He took me to the Harrah's museum in Reno in 1973 and took pictures of nearly everything there at the time. If you're interested I could post those too.
Bowie (Boo we) Race Track is a thoroughbred horse racing track located in Bowie, MD. It was 100 years old on 1 Oct 2014. It's last race was in Jul 1985, and it has been used as a thoroughbred training center since. From the pix, I take it they hoisted a lot of brewskies while watching the ponies race back in the day.
Any idea what kind of car this is?
I'm pretty sure the second bridge is still there, Where is this?
The photographer was from Connecticut and there were some other hints (in other pictures in the collection) that this in the New England area.
There are some very similar bridges in southern Mi. by my home area. I sure thought the second one was in the Michiana Area. Still, very cool. Thank you.
E -type Jaguar . An early one as it still has the toggle switches on the dash. Later versions had rocker switches.
The first and second pictures are of the same bridge. I did a quick search for Connecticut and I believe that the red one (pictures 1 and 2) are of the bridge in Cornwall, CT. The third one looked like one that came up in the same search as being in New Hampshire.
I'm a huge Jeep (Willys/Kaiser-Jeep/AMC/Chrysler/FIAT) fan. Thanks for posting these.
I've had a few Jeeps too. Still have one of them.
I see you Like the Flat Fenders
This was mine, it's a '52 I bought in'75, sold it last year.
I'm not sure What to think here??? Zombies???
For sure this is the "Covered bridge" in Cornwall CT. I have driven across it hundreds of times.
Once (maybe still is) popular food in the Ohio and Mississippi river areas (I believe this is in St. Louis). Mad Cow Disease makes it a tad riskier these days.
Arnie's first day at the drags?????
How about some Pontiac, Olds and Cadillac to go with the Buicks?
Is that chopped?
Rosco "Fatty" Arbuckle, silent film comedian.
good eye cooljunk
Does a chicken have lips ???
I wonder if this car is still in Cuba....
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